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Oracle Identity Manager is a powerful and flexible enterprise identity management system that automatically manages users' access privileges within enterprise IT resources. Its flexible architecture easily handles the most uncompromising and rigorous IT and business requirements without requiring changes to existing infrastructure, policies or procedures. Oracle Identity Manager is designed to manage user access privileges across all of a firm's resources, throughout the entire identity management lifecycle from initial creation of access privileges to dynamically adapting to changes in business requirements. Because of Identity Manager's innovative design, enterprises can elegantly incorporate necessary business changes at minimal cost, while avoiding enforced customization that might be necessary with other provisioning systems.

Oracle Identity Manager 11g is a Java application deployed on Oracle WebLogic server for identity and user provisioning. Oracle Identity Manager (OIM) 11g provides user administration, password management, workflow and policy, audit and compliance management, user provisioning and organization, and role management functionalities.

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Course Curriculum
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • What is Connectors?
  • Oracle Identity Manager Connectors Overview
  • Types of Oracle Identity Manager Connectors
  • Transferring Oracle Identity Manager Connectors
  • Using Oracle Identity Manager Connectors
  • Configuration
  • Run Time
  • On-boarding Users to OIM
  • What is Provisioning?
  • Resources
  • Differences Between Assigning Resources and Provisioning Resources
  • Assigning Resources to Users: Overview
  • Types of Provisioning
  • Using Criteria to Provision a Resource to a User
  • What is Workflows?
  • Understanding Tasks and Requests
  • Types of Workflows
  • Managing Approval and Provisioning Workflows
  • Deploying SOA Composites
  • Creating Requests
  • Approving Requests
  • Accessing the Resource
  • What is IT Resource and Non-Managed Resource
  • Application Instances
  • Disconnected Resources
  • 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
  • Customizing Reports
  • Exception reports handling
  • 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
  • Attestation Processes
  • OIA – Oracle Identity Analytics
  • Deployment Manager Overview
  • Sandbox 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