Oracle Identity Manager (Oracle IAM) vs. Quest ActiveRoles Server

Oracle Identity Manager (Oracle IAM) is ranked 1st in User Provisioning Software with 16 reviews vs Quest ActiveRoles Server which is ranked 11th in User Provisioning Software with 3 reviews. The top reviewer of Oracle Identity Manager (Oracle IAM) writes "It provides a consistent user interface and technical support is good". The top reviewer of Quest ActiveRoles Server writes "Single solution for AD and Exchange RBAC, User Life Cycle Management, User Self-Service with complete audit trail". Oracle Identity Manager (Oracle IAM) is most compared with SailPoint IdentityIQ, CyberArk Privileged Access Security and ForgeRock. Quest ActiveRoles Server is most compared with Quest One Identity Manager, SailPoint IdentityIQ and Softerra Adaxes. See our Oracle Identity Manager (Oracle IAM) vs. Quest ActiveRoles Server report.
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Pros
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.

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It provides automatic provisioning/update/deprovisioning workflows from a source system to a target system.

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Cons
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.

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For ActiveRoles, it would be good if the product supports multi-scripting language. You can use only VBScript.

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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.

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The licensing model is a simple user-based model, not that much complicated.

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Overview
Overview

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.

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With ActiveRoles Server, you can solve your security issues and meet your never-ending compliance requirements by securing and protecting Active Directory simply and efficiently. ActiveRoles Server delivers automated tools for user and group account management that overcome the native shortcomings of Active Directory, so you can do your job faster. ActiveRoles Server is designed with a modular architecture, so your organization can afford to meet your business requirements today and in the future.
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Sample Customers
Sample CustomersKaiser, SaskTel, SuperValuCity of Frankfurt, Williams Energy
Top Industries
Top Industries
REVIEWERS
Manufacturing Company
16%
Financial Services Firm
11%
Comms Service Provider
11%
Software R&D Company
11%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Financial Services Firm
20%
Comms Service Provider
20%
Energy/Utilities Company
8%
Media Company
6%
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Company Size
REVIEWERS
Small Business
20%
Midsize Enterprise
11%
Large Enterprise
68%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business
12%
Midsize Enterprise
20%
Large Enterprise
69%
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