Most Helpful Review
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
Its most valuable feature is its scalability.
OIM in my organization has improved its use and dependability, allowing us to pass audit each time.
The proactive controls which can be configured to a granular level allowing the organization the flexibility to meet the changing demands of the workforce.
It helps provision the required accesses through policies, approvals, and whatever would be the business requirement.
Identifying connector framework for unifying provisioning capabilities from OIM.
The most important features that have impacted our environment recently are the Single Sign-On solution, role based provisioning, and the automated provisioning of accounts to target systems.
I have found the OIM Connector framework, based on ICF, to be the most valuable feature.
Roles, connectors for provisioning and re-accreditation or reviews help greatly to govern user access.
They need to improve their backup strategy.
Automation of validation exercises performed by humans over Recon Exceptions generated as a result of an access synchronization event over a user's need for access or not.
I have yet to see its full functionality exercised in my organization.
I would like to see more segregation managed through Oracle Identity Manager.
It would be great if the Oracle Fusion Middleware team worked on making it compatible with other application servers, as it exists in OIM9.x.
t is too complex, has too many bugs, and is an immature product, even the best case, beta version.
The development and the administration side could be a lot more intuitive and easier to use than it currently is, in terms of functionality and what it tries to achieve as a Single Sign-On entity for an enterprise environment.
OIA needs to improve its governance features.
The user interface and workflow need improvement, and more connectors would help.
There are scalability issues. This product does not scale very well. It is not a good product for load balancing / active–active architecture.
If you use the appliance version then it won't handle a huge database volume.
Pricing and Cost Advice
Oracle licenses are expensive. I suggest making pricing and licensing decisions that align with architectural requirements and the project's budget.
Pricing varies based on user count/number of modules you need.
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Also Known As
|Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle IAM, Oracle Identity and Access Management Suite||SecurID|
Oracle Identity Governance reduces the total cost of ownership for organizations by empowering user self-service, simplifying audit and compliance tasks and automating IT operations. By delivering a comprehensive platform for access request, role lifecycle management, access certification, closed loop remediation and privileged account management, Oracle Identity Governance is a solution that address today's requirements and enables organizations to quickly adapt to emerging requirements. Oracle Identity Governance suite provides many benefits, including: Increased end user productivity, Increased IT productivity and automation of provisioning tasks, accelerated useronboarding and stringent controls over sensitive access to shared privileged accounts, Reduced total cost and risk and Increased efficiency.
|RSA SecurID provides world-leading two-factor authentication, protecting 25,000 organizations and 55 million users. RSA SecurID extends security to bring your own device (BYOD), cloud, and mobile as well as traditional virtual private network (VPN) and web portals. RSA SecurID solutions comprise three primary components: authenticator, platform, and agents.|
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