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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.

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  1. 1. Oracle Access Manager 11g – 40 Hours  Introduction to Oracle Access Manager  Installation and Configuration  System configuration – servers, agents, data sources  Policy configuration  Single sign On , session management  OAM with Weblogic  Auditing and Logging  OSSO10g to OAM 11g Upgrade  Troubleshooting and Management  High AvailabilityOracle Identity Manager 11g - 40 hours  OIM Introduction  Identity Management and Identity Administration overview  Launching Oracle Identity Manager  Understanding Oracle Identity Manager  Understanding Organization, Roles and Users  Using Predefined Connectors  Understanding Manual and Automated Provisioning  Understanding Approval processes and Requests  Understanding Reconciliation  Managing Authorization Policies  Managing Reports  Transferring Oracle Identity Manager configuration  Auditing, Monitoring and Logging  OIM Connectors introduction

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