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Free Webinar

How to reduce complexity by segregating your data with virtual workspaces

July 4th 2019 - 3PM CEST

LeanIX Virtual Workspaces

See how you can access Fact Sheets and segment your workspaces according to enterprise brands.

LeanIX Virtual Workspaces make it possible for enterprises to operate across a shared IT inventory while setting specific access rights to protect confidential data or reducing the complexity of a workspace for certain business units. LeanIX admins now have the ability to decide which users can access Fact Sheets and to segment their workspaces according to e.g. enterprise brands or business units—all while e.g. keeping a common Business Capability model intact. The new feature is based on a flexible concept using Access Control Entities (ACEs) and Access Control Lists, and a group-view is available built-in to allow for centralized analyses.

In this webinar, our Product Manager, Felix Hoffman will be conducting a deep-dive session about Virtual Workspaces on 4th July 2019 at 3-4 pm CEST. We will also cover best practices, tips and tricks for Virtual Workspaces use cases.

Highlights:

  • Understand the difference: Virtual Workspaces vs Role-based Access Control (Authorization)
  • Pre-requisites to start with Virtual Workspaces
  • Overview of Access Control Entities (ACE) and Access Control List (ACL)
  • Assign ACLs to users and LeanIX Fact Sheets
  • Use-case demonstration

Free Webinar

Felix Hoffmann

Speaker

Felix Hoffmann

Product Manager at LeanIX GmbH

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LeanIX offers a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application for Enterprise Architecture (EA) that enables organizations to make faster, data-driven decisions. Hundreds of global brands use the LeanIX application to increase transparency, visibility and drive real-time efficiencies. Use cases include Application Rationalization, Technology Risk Management and the shift from monolithic to microservices architectures.