Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2: Develop Identity Provisioning

Duration : 5 Days (40 Hours)

Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2: Develop Identity Provisioning Course Overview:

The “Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2: Essentials Ed 3” course provides students with a comprehensive grasp of Oracle Identity Governance and its components. Covering core functionalities, it guides learners through deployment configuration and management. The course combines hands-on instruction for streamlined administration, introduces custom integration, user provisioning, and identity reconciliation. Additionally, students gain insights into connector operations, data model setup, performance tuning, and troubleshooting. Upon completion, participants are equipped to configure, customize, and proficiently manage an entire Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2 deployment.

Intended Audience:

  • Identity Management Developers
  • Identity and Access Management (IAM) Professionals
  • IT Professionals involved in Identity Governance and Provisioning
  • System Administrators responsible for identity and access management solutions
  • Software Engineers
  • Application Developers
  • Individuals seeking to enhance their skills in developing and implementing identity provisioning solutions using Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2.

Learning Objectives of Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2: Develop Identity Provisioning:

1. Understand the basics of Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2.
2. Learn about the architecture of Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2.
3. Learn about the components of Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2.
4. Understand how to manage Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2.
5. Follow best practices for identity provisioning.
6. Learn to configure and manage the user access process.
7. Understand the rules and regulations for compliance.
8. Learn about automated business-driven user access and identity provisioning.
9. Be able to track user activity and access privileges in order to ensure secure access.
10. Understand how to establish roles and delegate access privileges.
11. Learn how to create, manage and enforce automated identity management policies.
12. Be able to identify and address non-compliance issues.

 Module 1: Introduction

  • Identify the objectives of the course
  • Discuss the course agenda
  • Access additional information and resources

 Module 2: Overview Oracle Identity Governance 11g Architecture and Development Tools

  • Review identity governance, management, and architecture concepts
  • Examine the functional areas of identity management
  • Identify Oracle Identity Manager as a solution for Identity Management tasks
  • Examine use cases for Oracle Identity Manager
  • Review Oracle Identity Manager user interfaces and development tools
  • Discuss ways to populate identities in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Explore the course practice environment

 Module 3: Developing Connectors to Integrate Systems

  • Discuss the Identity Connector Framework (ICF)
  • Identify the ICF application programming interface (API) and service provider interface (SPI) layers
  • Develop a Connector implementation class
  • evelop a Configuration implementation class
  • Exchange data with Oracle Identity Manager through Attribute or ConnectorObject object types
  • Create and modify Ant build files to generate a connector bundle JAR file ready for deployment or installation

 Module 4: Testing and Installing ICF Connectors

  • Develop a connector test application by using the ICF application programming interface (API)
  • Execute test applications in Oracle JDeveloper with the connect bundle JAR local to the test application
  • Install the ICF connector in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Manage the connector installation and configuration life cycle

 Module 5: Implementing Reconciliation

  • Explain reconciliation and the different types of reconciliation and modes
  • Discuss the Oracle Identity Manager reconciliation architecture
  • Create reconciliation objects by using the Design Console
  • Implement trusted or target reconciliation by applying the Oracle Identity Manager object model
  • Initiate reconciliation through a scheduled task

 Module 6: Customizing Reconciliation with Plug-ins, Event Handlers, and Scheduled Tasks

  • Describe the plug-in framework including plug-ins and plug-in points
  • Explain Oracle Identity Manager orchestration concepts
  • Create and register a plug-in contained in a zip file
  • Create and register an event handler
  • Develop and register a custom scheduled task

 Module 7: Provisioning Resources to Users

  • Configure an Oracle Identity Manager connector to make it operable
  • Identify an Oracle Identity Manager application instance
  • Describe how application instances relate to connector objects
  • Provide examples of application instances
  • Manage sandboxes
  • Describe how to create an application instance
  • Describe how to manage the Catalog
  • Compare ways to provision a resource to an Oracle Identity Manager user: policy-based (user membership rules and access po

 Module 8: Granting Entitlements to Users

  • Identify entitlements for application instances
  • Manage entitlements for application instances
  • Identify requests
  • Explain the types of requests that you can create and manage
  • Describe the two types of approval workflows associated with requests: request-level and operational-level approval workflows
  • Identify the stages of a request
  • Explain the request stages throughout a request’s life cycle
  • Complete request-level and operational-level approval workflows

 Module 9: Introduction to Oracle SOA Suite

  • Describe Oracle SOA Suite 11g and SOA composite applications
  • Describe the components of a SOA composite application
  • Create, condifure, and develop BPEL Process, Human Task, and Business Rule components
  • Deploy and test a SOA composite application

 Module 10: Customizing Approval Processes in SOA Suite

  • Design a custom approval composite
  • Implement a custom approval composite interface and its callback requirements
  • Generate a skeleton custom approval composite
  • Secure the Request Web Service and invoke its operations from a composite
  • Configure Oracle Universal Messaging Service (UMS) for notification services

 Module 11: Configuring Self Profile Management

  • Compare authorization and authentication
  • Identify authorization policies
  • Explain how to define authorization policies that control access rights that users have in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Discuss how to use authorization policies to determine whether a user can perform a specific action in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Describe the relationship between authorization policies and administrative roles in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Discuss how to manage authorization policies
  • Identify Oracle Identity Manager system entities
  • Add user-defined fields (UDFs) to system entities

 Module 12: Configuring Oracle Identity Manager Certifications

  • Describe identity certification and attestation
  • Identify the business drivers for certification
  • Configure certification in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Create and manage certification definitions
  • Explain how risk summaries are calculated
  • Describe closed-loop remediation and remediation tracking
  • Describe and configure multiphased reviews and event listeners for user certifications

 Module 13: Extending an Oracle Identity Manager Connector

  • Discuss how to extend an Oracle Identity Manager connector
  • List the steps to complete to extend a connector
  • Verify that the connector extensions are operable

 Module 14: Customizing the Oracle Identity Manager User Interface

  • Describe the MVC architectural design layers and its benefits
  • Explain the Oracle Identity Manager UI architecture
  • Explain the ADF main components and Expression Languages
  • Describe the approaches available to customize the Oracle Identity Manager UI
  • Extend Oracle Identity Manager with a custom ADF application
  • Provide links in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Change Oracle Identity Manager console logo

 Module 15: Customizing the Application Instance Form for Access Requests

  • Describe how to use the Oracle Identity Manager UI customization approaches to optimize application instance forms for access
  • List the steps needed to customize the application instance form

Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2: Develop Identity Provisioning Course Prerequisites:

1. Basics of Oracle Identity Manager 11g R2
2. Knowledge of LDAP, SQL and UNIX
3. Understanding of Identity Management Concepts
4. Working knowledge of Oracle databases and Microsoft Windows/Linux environment
5. Familiarity with basic concepts of java/J2EE
6. Completion of Oracle Identity Manager 11g R2: Fundamentals Training

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