The purpose of this course is to provide architects, consultants, and One Identity implementation partners with a general overview of the Identity Manager feature-set, installation, configuration and customization of the solution framework as well an overview of the main business processes that are part of the solution framework. This course covers:
Overview of the feature-set of Identity Manager
Identity Manager main business processes
Customization capabilities of the solution framework
This class is designed as an introduction for architects and consultants who will plan, install and work with the Identity Manager solution framework. The course is particularly suited for implementation partners and is a mandatory part of the Identity Manager implementation certification process.
필수 구성 요소
Knowledge and experience with identity management concepts and systems
Course Learning Objectives & Agenda
Product Overview (IM-BOA)
Installation and Deployment Structure
Installation and Configuration (IM-INS)
Deployment Structure (IM-BDS)
Configuration: Connecting Source and Target
Configuration versus Customizing (IM-BCO)
Basic Synchronization Configuration (IM-BSC)
Basic Framework Security (IM-SEC)
Connecting Basic Target Systems (IM-CBS)
Database Calculation and Processes (IM-DBQ)
Main Business Processes
Working with Roles (IM-ROL)
Basic IT Shop and Approval Processes (IM-BIT)
Basic Compliance and Attestation (IM-BCA)
Advanced Configuration and Customization
Basic Report Subscription (IM-BRP)
Basic Templates and Scripts (IM-BTS)
Data Model and Schema Extensions (IM-DSE)
Basic Fulfilment Processes (IM-BFP)
Demo: Web Designer Walkthrough
Transport and Staging (IM-TRP)
Deployment Planning (IM-DPL)
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.
Students complete this course over five days of classroom instruction. 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.