Using Starling CertAccess as a Starling service
To use Starling CertAccess as a Starling service, you require a Starling organization. You can add the Starling service to an existing organization or set up a new one. For more information about organizations, see the One Identity Starling User Guide.
Once you have created a Starling organization, you can add Starling CertAccess as a Starling service to it. You can select the following subscription types for Starling CertAccess:
Starling CertAccess can be subscribed for a limited period to test the product before you make a longer term commitment to using it. If you decide not to upgrade your subscription, Starling CertAccess will no longer be accessible.
You can trial Starling CertAccess in two ways.
If you want to see how the main functions of Starling CertAccess work, start a Demo Trial. With this, you can try out all the functions using a standard set of sample data, without needing to connect Starling CertAccess to your own One Identity Active Roles installation. A Demo Trial is time-limited to five days, but if you need more time, you can start your trial again before the trial subscription ends.
If you want to go a step further and try Starling CertAccess with your own One Identity Active Roles installation, then you can request a Proof of Concept trial. This will allow you to trial Starling CertAccess Web Portal functions and also let you see how data is synchronized between your own and Starling CertAccess. You will see the product performing exactly how it would with a fully-paid subscription with no restrictions. For a Proof of Concept Trial, install all the local components on a workstation within your system.
A Proof of Concept Trial is limited to 14 days but if you need more time, you can start your Proof of Concept Trial again before the trial subscription ends.
To acquire a Proof of Concept Trial license, contact One Identity sales.
A trial subscription is limited to 30 days. Within this time period, you can start and end Demo and Proof of Concept trials as often as you wish. If the demo period for the trial subscription has expired but you still require more time for testing, you can extend the trial period once-off for another 30 days. To do this, contact One Identity sales.
Detailed information about this topic
Starting a trial subscription
Once you have registered with One Identity Starling you can trial the Starling Service Starling CertAccess.
To start a trial subscription
Sign in to Starling.
On the home page, select Starling Service Starling CertAccess and click Trial.
In the Your Location dialog, select your country and state or province.
This dialog only appears the first time you trial a service after you have added Starling CertAccess to your organization.
Enter a domain name for your Starling CertAccess trial instance.
The domain name may not be longer than 40 characters and must be unique within Starling.
To start a trial demo, click Demo trial.
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To start a proof of concept trial, click Proof of concept trial.
This starts up a trial instance.
It can take a while to complete. Once your trial instance is ready to use, you will receive a confirmation email with a link.
If you have started a proof of concept trial, you now install the Starling CertAccess Agent and set up synchronization with your One Identity Active Roles.
For more information, see Setting up initial synchronization.
If you have started a Demo trial, on the Starling CertAccess website, click Go.
This opens the Starling CertAccess Web Portal.
Starling CertAccess is shown as a new tile on the Starling home page in the My Services section and can be used until trial period ends. The number of days remaining in your trial are indicated by a countdown on the tile. You can purchase a paid subscription at any time during the trial period. Click More Information on the Starling CertAccess tile to find out how you can purchase the product.
Ending a trial subscription
A trial subscription is limited to 30 days. Within this time period, you can start and end Demo and Proof of Concept trials as often as you wish. Once the demo period has expired, the service will no longer be accessible. When you purchase a paid subscription or you want to start a new trial, you can end your current trial early.
To end a trial subscription early
In the Trial Details section on the Starling CertAccess website, click the End Trial button.
- Click OK.