Okta Reviews, Pricing, and Ratings

Learn about Okta’s identity and mobile management service for businesses. Includes info on Okta, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on February 26th, 2019

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Okta is an identity and mobile device management platform for businesses. Okta’s solutions include multi-factor authentication, and API access and lifecycle management. Businesses can use Okta to prevent data breaches and enhance customer experiences.

Okta Pricing:

Okta has various product types with monthly or annual pricing.

IT Products

Product Type

Monthly Pricing (per user)

Single Sign-On SSO

$2.00

Single Sign-On Adaptive SSO

$5.00

Multi-factor Authentication MFA

$3.00

Multi-factor Authentication Adaptive MFA

$6.00

Universal Directory

$1.00

Lifecycle Management

$4.00

Unlimited Lifecycle Management

$8.00

API Access Management

$2.00

API Products

Product Type

Annual Pricing

Developer

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One App

$17,000.00

Enterprise

$42,000.00

Add-Ons

Product Type

Annual Pricing

Inbound Federation

$8,000.00

API Access Management

$8,000.00

Multi-factor Authentication MFA

$8,000.00

Multi-factor Authentication Adaptive MFA

$16,000.00

SSO Integrations

$2,000.00

Lifecycle Management

$10,000.00

Directory Integration

$21,000.00

Okta Reviews
Okta Review:

Pros: Fantastic dashboard and awesome 2-factor authentication.

Cons: It doesn't support Flash logins.

Bottomline: Amazing solution to streamline mobile device management processes.

Okta Key Information:

Co-Founders

Todd McKinnon and Frederic Kerrest

Year Founded

2009

Headquarters

San Francisco, CA

CEO

Todd McKinnon

Phone

1 (800) 219-0964

Address

301 Brannan Street, 1st Floor, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA

Website

www.okta.com

Okta FAQs:

What is Okta’s price range?

Okta’s IT Product plans range from $1.00 to $8.00 per user per month. Okta’s API Product plans range from $17,000.00 to $42,000.00 annually. Okta’s Add-On products range from $2,000.00 to $16,000.00 annually, depending on your business needs.

Is there an Okta free trial?

A 30-day free trial is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.

Where can I find the Okta login?

You can go to www.okta.com and find the “Sign In” at the top right corner of the home page.

What are some Okta alternatives?

Okta Reviews:

Source

Review

Mark - ipfs-sec.stackexchange.cloudflare-ipfs.com

I would recommend Okta.Keepass, Lastpass, and Dashlane are more targeted to consumers while Okta is focused entirely on businesses at roughly the same price. We did a comparison matrix and found Okta offered the most relevant business features, more customer support, and more regular updates. It was easy to setup and maintain.

io242 - reddit.com

We okta for ~300 people and it works great. Easy to administrate and use.

Ezekielhollandsworth - reddit.com

We use Okta for about 200 users. I love not having to have 3 or 4 (or more to do it REALLY right) to manage. I just run the agent on two different VMs (with access to DCs) and I'm done.Administration is fine. We've only been using it about 60 days but there haven't been any outages and the support tickets were answered very quickly. In both instances, it was simply lack on information on my part, not service issues.I'd definitely recommend it to anyone managing ADFS. Now that it's more likely they'll cause a sign-in outage than us, I'm happy.

Arcsech - news.ycombinator.com

We recently switched to Okta at work, and while it's better than the no SSO we had before, it's really annoying and makes a lot of things a pain the butt.

Ryan Sinnwell - quora.com

We chose Okta among many other options because of ease of use. With something that becomes the starting point for nearly everything our users do throughout the day, customer experience was our number one factor. It is great that the easiest to use also seemed to have the largest application catalog and was one of the most robust for administrators. All of these together made it easy to “sell” internally even though there were systems with a lower acquisition cost.