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2019-04-22T09:21:00Z

What advice do you have for others considering Oracle Identity Governance?

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If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering Oracle Identity Governance, what would you say?

How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?

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Top 20LeaderboardConsultant

I would tell potential users that many other products are much easier to implement than this solution. On a scale from one to ten, I would give Oracle Identity Governance a six.

2021-04-12T14:07:36Z
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Top 20LeaderboardReal User

My advice is to train the teams on identity management concepts and the Oracle solution specifically. Have them take advantage of all the training that's available, and plan the implementation in phases. It has good features but it's complicated. I would rate Oracle Identity Governance a seven out of ten.

2021-02-26T17:44:55Z
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Top 20LeaderboardReal User

With Oracle, you could do something for a million people but you need to make sure to do it right which isn't so easy. You need people and partners from Oracle for help. It's a good product but even good products need people to implement and maintain them especially during migration. You need senior people to help. I would recommend Oracle for a large implementation. My advice would be to solve the integration problem. Solve the way they interact when information is distributed. Properly distribute the customer's information. Understand that it is very difficult to implement. Make sure to understand the application and understand the legalities of the country that you're working in. Most people start in the last stage. They pay a lot of money and the process could take three to four years. They pay a lot of money but don't use the product as a service. The problem is inexperience. I would rate Oracle Identity Governance a six out of ten. There is a lot missing. If it's not missing, it's complex. If you want to implement something, you won't end up doing it because it's too complex or expensive.

2020-11-29T05:34:00Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

I would recommend this solution but it really depends what you're looking for and what will suit your needs. I can recommend it for users who are looking for the RBAC implementation, which should be the strongest one. If you're not looking for that then there are other options. I would rate this solution an eight out of 10.

2020-10-06T06:57:00Z
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Top 20Real User

The suitability of this product depends on the organizational budget and plan, which includes the roadmap to having an IAM solution. In summary, they are not great, but not poor either. My biggest complaint is about the costs. I would rate this solution a six out of ten.

2020-09-21T06:33:00Z
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Real User

We use the on-premises deployment model. I would not recommend the solution. Oracle is really pushing people to go to their cloud version. So you can not really get a proper on-premises solution. It's also a horrible price and for every single connector you want to have, or that you have to get, you have to pay and pay and pay. It is very expensive for what it does. Oracle did not put any effort into the features and implementation of their product. They just put layers on layers on layers. It's very difficult for a developer to extend the full scenario of features of this product. I would rate the solution four out of ten.

2019-09-27T04:38:00Z
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Real User

In the current setup, within our network, I would not rate it too high. It's maybe a six or a seven out of ten. Although, it might be related to the performance of our network. It's a good product as such, but you need to be aware that you need some people who are having the knowledge.

2019-09-05T05:37:00Z
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Real User

We are very happy with the performance of the platform. My advice for anyone thinking about implementing this solution is to first consider the scope and make sure it's clear; the scope and the features that you want to implement. You need full visibility because the suite of features are complex and you have to be clear on what you want to implement. On a scale of one to ten, ten being the best, I'd rate the product an 8 out of 10.

2019-04-22T09:21:00Z
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