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Identity Manager OpenSource OpenIDM - introduction


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Identity Manager OpenSource OpenIDM - introduction

  1. 1. Discovering Identity and Access Management Solutions OpenIDM
  2. 2. Stay connected to Allidm Find us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Look for us on LinkedIn: Visit our blog:
  3. 3. Disclaimer and Acknowledgments The contents here are created as a own personal endeavor and thus does not reflect any official stance of any Identity and Access Management Vendor on any particular technology
  4. 4. Contact Us On this presentation we’ll talk about some useful topics that you can use no matter which identity and access management solution or product you are working on. If you know one that make a big difference please tell us to include it in the future
  5. 5. Introduction  OpenIDM is an open standards based identity management solution.  OpenIDM offers high flexibility in business process handling and compliance.  A flexible user interface combined with a robust workflow engine make OpenIDM ready for any identity management project.
  6. 6. OpenIDM Roadmap
  7. 7. New in OpenIDM 3.0.0  Role-based Provisioning  High Availability Support  Scripting Enhancements  Commons REST  New OpenICF Connectors  PowerShell Capabilities  Synchronization Delivery Guarantees  User Interface Improvements  Workflow improvements
  8. 8. Install OpenIDM Software  Stand-alone installation  You must install OpenIDM as a stand-alone service, using Apache Felix and Jetty, as provided. Alternate containers are not supported.  OpenIDM 3.0.0 bundles Jetty version 8.1.9.v20130131  Repository  The following JDBC repositories are supported for use in production:  MySQL 5.1 or 5.5 with Connector/J 5.1.18 or later  Microsoft SQL Server 2008  Oracle Database 11g  OrientDB is provided for evaluation only.
  9. 9. Connectors  OpenIDM 3.0.0 comes packaged with these OpenICF connectors:  CSV File  Database Table  LDAP  Scripted Groovy  Scripted SQL  XML File  ForgeRock additional connectors 
  10. 10. Browsers  ForgeRock has tested many browsers with the OpenIDM UI, including the following browsers.  Chrome and Chromium 16 and later  Firefox 3.6 and later  Internet Explorer 8 and later  Safari 5 and later
  11. 11. Operating Systems  OpenIDM 3.0.0 has been tested on:  Most variations of Linux  Windows 2008 R2  Windows 2012 R2.
  12. 12. Limitations  The Password Synchronization plugins are not currently supported with OpenIDM 3.0.0.  A conditional GET request, with the If-Match request header, is not currently supported.  OpenIDMprovides an embedded workflow and business process engine based on Activiti and the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) 2.0 standard.  As an embedded system, local integration is supported.  Remote integration is not currently supported.  The OpenIDM implementation of roles does not enforce referential integrity.  You can set up users with a hypothetical role x, before you create that referential role x. Conversely, if you delete an existing referential role y, users with that role will retain that role.  When dynamically assigned roles are added, OpenIDM does not set up provisioning for previously existing users. Any updates to dynamically assigned roles will not update users assigned with those roles.
  13. 13.  OpenIDM issues  Tracked at  How to Report Problems & Provide Feedback   Found issues or reproducible bugs within OpenIDM 3.0.0  Report them in  Support  To contact ForgeRock, send mail to  To find a partner in your area, see  OpenIDM Wish List  h+List OpenIDM Links
  14. 14. Discovering Identity and Access Management Solutions OpenIDM