Oracle Identity Manager is a urgent component of Oracle Identity Management, the essential programming that has a place with the Oracle Fusion Middleware branch of items. It offers associations the capacity to viably oversee client characters over the whole venture with no bothers. Its wide degree covers assets in the cloud, inside the firewall and even past the firewall. Prophet Identity Management helps ventures reinforce their security levels and keep up client character records in a sorted out way.
What you will learn in this Training?
Get to Manager. It touches upon critical regions, for example, the OAM Suite, working of the OAM items, general engineering and run-time design of the OAM, elements of OAM OIF improvements to the OAM administrator reassure, connection between ASDK and ASDK and their similarity. It likewise digs into subjects, for example, custom validation modules and life cycle, APIs for making Custom Authentication modules and Multifactor confirmation.
Who should take this Training Course?
What are the prerequisites for taking this Course?
Why should you go for this Training Course?
An in-depth knowledge of Oracle Identity Management is a ticket to a great career. As a Software Developer in OIM (Oracle Identity Manager), one could get a job in Oracle itself. This is because OIM is Oracle’s Software and most of the development for it is done by Oracle only.
One could work as a software developer or a consultant in the Identity Management space. Having an all round knowledge about other prominent softwares, such as those developed by Sailpoint, Forgerock, CA etc. could offer better career prospects than Oracle Identity Management alone.
You could expect to land a job at any of the renowned IT companies such as Accenture, Cognizant, Infosys, Persistent, Deloitte and PWC in India as well as on foreign shores.
Importance of identity management
Introduction to Oracle Identity Manager 10g and 11g
Identity management benefits, values, terminology, and functional aspects
Oracle Identity Manager Architecture and Administration Infrastructure
Installing and Configuring Oracle Identity Manager
Launching Oracle Identity Manager
Oracle WebLogic Server
Oracle Identity Manager Server Overview
SOA Server Overview
Oracle Identity Manager Interfaces
Accessing the Oracle Identity Manager Web Consoles
Design Console Overview
Oracle SOA Consoles Overview
Differences among the consoles from Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle SOA
Understanding Organizations, Roles, and Users
Oracle Identity Manager Users
Oracle Identity Manager Organizations, Roles, and Entity Relationships
Loading User and Role-Based Data with the Bulk Load Utility
Creating and Managing Users, Roles, and Organizations
Customizing and Saving Searches
Understanding OIM Connectors
What is Connectors?
Oracle Identity Manager Connectors Overview
Types of Oracle Identity Manager Connectors
Transferring Oracle Identity Manager Connectors
Using Oracle Identity Manager Connectors
On-boarding Users to OIM
What is Provisioning?
Differences Between Assigning Resources and Provisioning Resources
Assigning Resources to Users: Overview
Types of Provisioning
Using Criteria to Provision a Resource to a User
Understanding Workflows,Tasks and Requests
What is Workflows?
Understanding Tasks and Requests
Types of Workflows
Managing Approval and Provisioning Workflows
Deploying SOA Composites
Accessing the Resource
Understanding IT Resource and Application Instances
What is IT Resource and Non-Managed Resource
Using Disconnected Resources
What is Reconciliation?
Reconciliation and Provisioning
Types of Reconciliation
Reconciliation Events, Rules and Policies
Implementing Reconciliation Workflows
Types of Reports
Configuring Oracle BI Publisher
Creating Reports for Organizations, Users and Roles
Exception reports handling
Auditing, Monitoring, and Logging for OIM
What Is Auditing?
Oracle Identity Manager Audit Engine
What Is Monitoring?
What Is Logging?
Managing Auditing, Monitoring, and Logging
Identify log files specific to Oracle Identity Manager
OIA – Oracle Identity Analytics
Transferring OIM Configurations
Deployment Manager Overview
Exporting and Importing Configuration Data
Customizations Using Java APIs
Identify an application programming interface (API)
Advantages of using Oracle Identity Manager APIs
Types of Oracle Identity Manager APIs: Utility classes, Factory classes, and Result set interfaces
Lookup fields and user-defined fields
At the end of this course, you will receive a course completion certificate which certifies that you have successfully completed GoLogica training in Oracle Identity Analytics technology.
You will get certified in Oracle Identity Analytics by clearing the online examination with a minimum score of 70%.
To help you prepare for a certification exam, we shall provide you a simulation exam and a practice exam.