Administrator Training

Price: $495/Student

In the OpenIAM Administrator Training course, students learn how to install, configure and administer the product, enabling them to be able to:

  • Reconcile from source and target systems
  • Manage the user life cycle
  • Manage user access rights
  • Self-service
  • Configure Single Sign-ON
Module 1: Introduction to Identity and Access Management
Module 2: Installing OpenIAM

Prerequisites: VM contains MySQL, Java and OpenLDAP

Installing the OpenIAM product in a 1-tier architecture

  • Install DB schema
  • Install and configure application on JBoss 7.x
  • Install Proxy
  • Post-installation validation steps

Deployment architecture and Multi-tier deployments using Tomcat and JBoss
Configuring OpenIAM for high availability
Enabling communication over SSL
Configuring OpenIAM for high availability

Module 3: Provisioning and Connector Configuration

What is Provisioning and De-Provisioning?
Overview of our connector architecture and how it fits into the Provisioning
Connector Configuration

  • LDAP
  • Active Directory (Powershell Connector)
  • Google Apps
Module 4: Reconciliation

Overview of Reconciliation
Configure Reconciliation

  • Selecting Users and Query Filters
  • User matching options
  • Handling reconciliation "situations"

Scheduling options
Reconciling Groups and Non-User Objects

Module 5: Password Management and Synchronization

Overview of Password Management and Synchronization
Configure the password policy
Policy Association
Password Reset vs. Change Password
Challenge Questions

Synchronizing passwords from Windows

  • Installing and configuring the Active Directory Password Filter
Module 6: Managing Organizations

Concepts related to organization objects
Modeling the Organizational structure
Synchronizing Organizations

Module 7: Managing Entitlements

Overview of the OpenIAM Entitlement model and Concepts
Managing access for Identity and Access Manager
Controlling access to functionality within the OpenIAM applications

Module 8: Managing Users

Overview of the user management capabilities
Describe how admins can:
Create users
Reset password
Change user status
Manage identities

Module 9: Self-service Configuration Options

Overview the configuration options
Configuring workflow approvals
Configuration user access using the delegation filter
Defining User Profile Templates (Self Registration, Create User, Edit User)

Module 10: Single Sign On using Federation

Overview of SAML 2 and Key Concepts
Overview of OpenID
Configure SSO with a Google Apps
Configuring Google to use the OpenIAM IdP
Configure the OpenIAM IdP to interoperate with Google
Entitling a user to use Google

Module 11: Single Sign On to Legacy applications

Overview of the challenges involved in SSO
OpenIAM reverse proxy
Authentication and Session Management
Access Control
URI Patterns
Authentication Rules
SSO using metadata rules