Oracle Identity Manager Training
Taking the training wheels off: Accelerating the Business with Oracle IAM by Brian Mozinski (Accenture)
Today, technical requirements for IAM are evolving rapidly, and the bar is continuously raised for high performance IAM solutions as organizations look to roll out high volume use cases on the back of legacy systems. Existing solutions were often designed and architected to support offline transactions and manual processes, and the business owners today demand globally scalable infrastructure to support the growth their business cases are expected to deliver.
To help IAM practitioners address these challenges and make their organizations and themselves more successful, this series we will outline the:
• Taking the training wheels off: Accelerating the Business with Oracle IAM
The explosive growth in expectations for IAM infrastructure, and the business cases they support to gain investment in new security programs.
• "Necessity is the mother of invention": Technical solutions developed in the field
Well proven tricks of the trade, used by IAM guru’s to maximize your solution while addressing the requirements of global organizations.
• The Art & Science of Performance Tuning of Oracle IAM 11gR2
Real world examples of performance tuning with Oracle IAM
• No Where to go but up: Extending the benefits of accelerated IAM
Anything is possible, compelling new solutions organizations are unlocking with accelerated Oracle IAM
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Book (Auerbach Publications)
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