Sun Java TM System Identity Manager Deployment Fundamentals II

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Duration 5 Days
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Course programme

IDM-4485 Sun Java(TM) System Identity Manager: Deployment Fundamentals II
Course Content :: Duration :: Course Fees
5 days

INR 45000.0 plus service taxes

Sun Java(TM) System Identity Manager is a complete, highly scalable solution for managing, auditing, protecting, sharing and storing identity data. It helps ensure ongoing and sustainable regulatory compliance, role-based provisioning, data synchronization among multiple identity data stores, and end user self registration. In this course, a follow on to Sun Java(TM) System Identity Manager: Deployment Fundamentals (IDM-345), you learn how to complete a four phase deployment scenario. In phase three of the deployment scenario, students use Active Sync synchronization to synchronize identity information between a data feed from the human resources (HR) department, an Active Directory instance, a Corporate LDAP directory service, a contractor SQL database, and the Solaris(TM) operating system. In phase four of the deployment scenario, students build an end user self-service provisioning strategy that lets contractors perform self-registration and lets contractors and employees request system resources with resource approvals. Students implement the necessary forms, rules, and workflow to meet the business requirements of the given case study and learn how to further customize the Sun Java System Identity Manager (Identity Manager) system. The hands-on labs offered in this course might involve accessing equipment that resides at a location other than where the training is delivered. This course features Identity Manager 7.1 software.


Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

* Perform Active Sync operations

* Implement advanced Active Sync configurations

* Develop custom end user self-service requests

* Develop custom anonymous self-service requests

* Integrate the deferred task scanner and account renames into default and custom workflows

* Build custom Active Sync and reconcile workflows


To succeed fully in this course, students should have successfully completed IDM-345 Sun Java(TM) System Identity Manager: Deployment Fundamentals. In addition, a minimum of six weeks of Identity Manager deployment experience is recommended.

Who Can Benefit

Students who can benefit from this course are experienced identity management deployment engineers, architects, implementors, professional services consultants, partners, and other technical personnel directly responsible for deploying an identity management solution using Identity Manager.

Duration :5 days

Course Fees :INR 45000.0 plus service taxes

INR 50562.00 inclusive of service taxes

Course Content :
Module 1 Examining an Existing Identity Manager Deployment * Summarize the course case study
* Describe a phased approach to deploying Identity Manager
* Examine the existing lab environment

Module 2 Synchronizing Identity Data With Active Sync * Describe the case study requirements for implementing Active Sync for existing users
* Describe Active Sync processing at a high level
* Describe the basic components of an Active Sync configuration
* Configure an Active Sync resource adapter
* Control and monitor the operation of Active Sync
* Configure identity attributes and the Human Resources (HR) flat file Active
Sync (FFAS) feed to synchronize attributes for existing users * Configure identity attributes and the HR FFAS feed to automatically provision existing users and into a new corporate LDAP resource

Module 3 Implementing Active Sync For New Users
* Describe the case study requirements for implementing Active Sync for new users
* Describe advanced Active Sync adapter features
* Describe Active Sync form processing
* Describe Active Sync event processing
* Describe the Active Sync configuration modes
* Define the attribute requirements
* Configure identify attributes for create user processing
* Build rules to determine the complex attribute logic in the proxy administrator form
* Update the synchronization policy and enable the HR proxy form
* Test the HR Feed Active Sync process

Module 4 Implementing Active Sync Using a Custom Input Form
* Describe the case study requirements for configuring Active Sync using the input form * Decide when to use input form mode in an Active Sync implementation
* Describe input form mode implementation details
* Describe best practices for Active Sync implementation when using an input form
* Synchronize Active Directory and the corporate LDAP with the HR feed using a custom Active Sync input form
Module 5 Developing Custom End User Self-Service Requests Rules and Forms
* Describe the case study requirements for using custom rules and forms in end user self-service requests * Build custom interactive forms * Create manual actions and work items * Build custom workflow tasks * Authorize end-user actions
* Create end user rules
* Create a custom request form

Module 6 Developing Custom End User Self-Service Workflow Components
* Describe the case study requirements for using custom tasks in end user self-service requests
* Customize workflow components for the basic user create workflow
* Customize workflow components for a better user create workflow
* Implement an update user workflow with a find user sub-process Lab:
* Create an end user request access task

Module 7 Developing Custom Anonymous Self-Service User Requests * Describe the case study requirements for developing custom anonymous self-service user requests
* Build anonymous self-service tasks * Use built-in anonymous enrollment
* Create an approval process that is role and resource aware * Configure an anonymous task interface * Build a contractor self-registration task

Module 8 Implementing a Custom Workflow Notification Process Using the Deferred Task Scanner
* Describe the case study requirements for deferred tasks * Implement deferred tasks Lab:
* Configure and test a contract end date notification process
Module 9 Implementing an Account Rename Process to Facilitate Name Changes
* Describe the case study requirements for account renames
* Implement account rename operations in Identity Manager Lab:
* Implement an account rename process

Module 10 Customizing Active Sync Workflows
* Describe the case study requirements for using custom Active Sync tasks
* Customize Active Sync and reconcile tasks
* Create a custom Active Sync process workflow

Module 11 Advantages and Disadvantages of Custom Workflows
* Evaluate implementation challenges and value added

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