What is User Provisioning & Deprovisioning?

User Provisioning is a process that makes sure users have the right access to the systems and applications they need. This involves creating, updating, and deleting user accounts, as well as giving or restricting access to different parts of these systems. User Provisioning is usually done when someone is hired, promoted, or moves to a different role in a company.

Deprovisioning is the opposite process and it involves taking away access when it’s no longer needed. This includes disabling a user’s account, removing permissions, and taking them out of groups or roles. Deprovisioning is usually done when an employee leaves a company or when access is not needed anymore. Both User Provisioning and Deprovisioning are important to make sure that access to systems and applications is secure and meets compliance requirements.

Seamless User Provisioning & Deprovisioning Operations

Create Users

Create users across multiple applications using First Name, Last Name, Email, Username, and other attributes passed by IDP (Identity Provider).

Update Users

All Attributes except Email and Username are updated across multiple applications when a user is updated in the IDP (Identity Provider).

Delete Users

Users deleted from the IDP (Identity Provider) also get deleted from the User list across multiple applications and systems.

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User Provisioning Solution Pricing

Directory Services

Starting from

$ 1 *

per user per month

User Provisioning and Deprovisioning features

Scheduled Provisioning

User account from the directory can be imported into RainbowSecure at regular periods, such as hourly, daily, or weekly.

Reduce Human Involvement

Within seconds, changes in your business identity directory are synchronized to RainbowSecure.

Multiple Directory Integration support

Support for all kinds of HR applications/systems, AD,LDAP or any IDPs and directories including Azure AD and LDAP.

Provisioning & Deprovisioning

We provide scheduled jobs to automate adding or suspending end users and their access. We also provide ability to suspend access from one place.


Access control

Grant user access only when necessary, limiting security breaches. One dashboard allows for managing access across all apps and automating limitations and suspensions during employee vacation/travel.

Group based Access

Access can be rolled out based on group rules when departments or teams implement a new tool or change an employee's status



User Provisioning Benefits

  • Enhance Security

    Improve security by assigning different permissions levels on a role-based basis with automated provisioning within SAAS applications.

  • Reduce Cost

    Automated onboarding and offboarding processes lowers the cost of Identity & account management operations.

  • Increase Efficiency

    Provide the appropriate amount of access to employees, contractors, and partners as needed, which helps to improve efficiency and productivity indirectly.

  • Reduce Complexity

    Using a centralized system, administrators can automate provisioning and manage many application accounts, reducing human errors and complexity.

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Group Provisioning

Group Provisioning is required when you want to maintain the same user hierarchy and access control in multiple applications at once. Between multiple programs, you can sync users with their appropriate group names. Group Provisioning synchronizes user groups with all relevant apps and grants them the same level of access. Access can be rolled out based on group rules when departments or teams implement a new tool or change an employee's status.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a cloud directory service?

    In an identity management system, a cloud directory serves as the repository for storing and managing user identities in the cloud. This centralized platform enables authentication across various devices and applications. Rainbowsecure Directory as a Service takes the integration of multiple directories to create a single cloud directory for efficient management of users, groups, and their access privileges.

  • Directory Service vs active directory: what is the difference?

    Directory Service and Active Directory both play essential roles in Identity and Access Management (IAM), but they have distinct functions:

    Directory Service:

    • Stores user data, including email addresses, passwords, preferences, and device/network information.
    • Typically implemented as software across multiple servers.
    • Compatible with various directory types like On-Premise Active Directory (AD), user stores, Identity Stores, and LDAP.
    • Offers flexibility in managing user attributes.

    Active Directory:

    • A Microsoft product primarily focused on identity management.
    • Organizes users, computers, and printers.
    • Streamlines the management of users and devices by centralizing their information in a single directory.

    Enterprises can leverage the strengths of both Directory Service and Active Directory to create a customized identity management solution tailored to their specific needs, taking advantage of the complementary features offered by each.

    In contrast, Adaptive MFA enhances MFA security by considering risk and controlled user access, as determined by security administrators. It identifies potentially fraudulent attempts using predefined risk criteria and prompts users to undergo an extra authentication step to verify their identities.

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