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Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2 PS3 Certification Training Course

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30 Days.

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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. Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2 PS3 Certification is flexible architecture easily handles the most uncompromising and rigorous IT and business requirements. It is designed to manage user access privileges across all of a firm’s resources, throughout the entire identity management lifecycle.

Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2 PS3 Online Training is highly robust and scalable. It can be easily configured for high availability and disaster recovery. Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2 PS3 Courses is backed up by Oracle’s huge team of experts for support and large numbers of consultants worldwide. Oracle Identity Manager offers complete governance solution, for example managing access to the systems, managing passwords, self service, Audit and reporting.

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COURSE CURRICULUM

  • Receive a product overview
  • Manage users, user entities, and resources
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  • Discuss identity management
  • Explain Oracle Identity Management
  • Describe the four solutions-based, functional areas of Oracle Identity Management: Access Management, Identity Governance, Directory Services, and Mobile Security
  • Examine the role that Oracle Identity Manager plays in both Identity Governance and Oracle Identity Management
  • Describe the tiers of the Oracle Identity Manager architecture
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  • Compare Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Identity Manager Server, and SOA Server
  • Discuss the Oracle Identity Manager interfaces: self-service interfaces, administrative interface, Design Console, and SCIM service
  • Identify the differences among the consoles available from Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle SOA
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  • Explain users, roles, and organizations
  • Compare parent and child organizations and roles
  • Compare types of Oracle Identity Manager users
  • Discuss Oracle Identity Manager user membership in organizations and roles
  • Describe dynamic organizations and parametric roles
  • Discuss Role Lifecycle Management (LCM) and role analytics
  • Explain the Bulk Load Utility and discuss its benefits
  • Discuss customized search results
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  • Identify an Oracle Identity Manager connector
  • List the connectors in the Oracle Identity Manager Connector Pack
  • Describe the ways to transfer connectors from one environment to another
  • Explain the advantages of and best practices for transferring connectors
  • Identify two tools used to import and export connectors: Manage Connector and Deployment Manager
  • Explain how the Manage Connector tool is used to import connectors for external resources
  • Configure a connector to make it operable
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  • Identify an Oracle Identity Manager application instance
  • Describe how application instances relate to connector objects
  • Provide examples of application instances
  • Identify entitlements for application instances
  • Discuss complex entitlements for application instances
  • Describe and manage sandboxes
  • Describe how to create an application instance
  • Manage entitlements for application instances
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  • Identify the Request Access Catalog
  • Describe the business challenges solved by the Request Access Catalog
  • Understand the concepts and terminology associated with the Request Access Catalog
  • Describe how to manage the Catalog
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  • Identify and compare resources and Oracle Identity Manager connectors
  • Describe how connectors are used to assign resources to users
  • Discuss two ways to provision a resource to an Oracle Identity Manager user: through policies (user membership rules and access policies) and via requests
  • Discuss auto provisioning
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  • Explain the types of requests that you can create and manage
  • Compare single requests and bulk requests
  • Discuss how to create draft versions of requests
  • Describe the two types of approval workflows associated with requests: request-level and operational-level approval workflows
  • Explain the stages of a request throughout a request’s life cycle for both single and bulk requests
  • Discuss the role that users, entities, approval workflows, email notifications, and SOA composites play in requests
  • Deploy SOA composites
  • Associate approval rules with, and complete, request-level and operational-level approval workflows
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  • Identify application instances
  • Describe disconnected resources
  • Create and manage application instances for disconnected resources
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  • Identify and compare two types of reconciliation associated with Oracle Identity Manager: authoritative and account reconciliation
  • Discuss three reconciliation events that Oracle Identity Manager can perform with a resource
  • Compare primary and non-primary user accounts
  • Discuss the role that reconciliation plays in designating user accounts as primary accounts
  • Identify scheduled tasks
  • Discuss the role that scheduled tasks have with authoritative reconciliation and account reconciliation
  • Explain how to implement authoritative reconciliation and account reconciliation workflows
  • Identify access policy harvesting, and discuss the role that access policy harvesting plays in a reconciliation workflow
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  • Compare authorization and authentication
  • Identify administrative roles
  • Examine types of administrative roles available in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Manage administrative roles
  • Describe self service capabilities
  • Discuss the role that policies and rules play in restricting a user’s self-service capabilities in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Identify and compare types of reports that an administrator can create for Oracle Identity Manager organizations, roles, and users
  • List different reports available with Oracle Identity Manager
  • Identify Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Publisher, the reporting tool for Oracle Identity Manager
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