This course provides operatives, administrators, decision makers, and project members of an Identity Manager project a general overview of Identity Manager and the basic business processes of this solution framework. An overview of the configuration and customization capabilities is also shown.
Operatives, administrators, decision makers, project members of an Identity Manager project. The course is particularly suited for students who do not need training on installation of the software. Students who have completed the Identity Manager Implementation Certification (#IM-IC) course, do not need to take this course.
Knowledge and experience with identity management concepts and systems
An overview of the feature-set of Identity Manager
Identity Managers main business processes
An overview of customization of the solution framework
Course Learning Objectives & Agenda
Identity Manager Overview (IM-BOA)
Standard Web Portal Overview (IM-BWP)
Identity Manager Deployment Structure (IM-BDS)
Framework Security (IM-SEC)
Configuration versus Customizing (IM-BCO)
Database Calculation and Processing (IM-DBQ)
IT Shop and Approval Processes (IM-BIT)
Compliance and Attestation (IM-BCA)
Report Subscription (IM-BRP)
Target System Connection
Connecting Basic Target Systems
Data Model and Schema Extensions (IM-DSE)
Templates, Scripts (IM-BTS)
Fulfillment Processes (IM-BFP)
Transport and Staging (IM-TRP)
This course includes lectures, demonstrations, and lab exercises.
Available in two formats:
Private, instructor-led class delivered on-site at the customer’s site.
Public, instructor-led class (when available) on pre-scheduled dates delivered at a One Identity facility.
The typical classroom day runs from 9am to 5pm on the first four days and from 9am to 2pm on the last day.
If the minimum number of students for a public training course has not been reached two weeks before the start of the training date, One Identity reserves the right to cancel the course.