In this segment, Julian Fischer, CEO and Co-Founder of anynines, shares his insights into vendor lock-in. He feels that it is OK to accept vendor lock-in to an open standard, going into an example of Postgres. He explains some of the potential problems of user management and authentication and what some of the best practices are. He goes into detail about anynines UAA, which introduces a tenant concept that is independent of the underlying infrastructure, explaining how it works in addressing the challenges with managing tenants and being infrastructure independent.
The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.