Developer Training

Price:

$495/Student

Prerequisites: Completion of the Admin training program

In the OpenIAM Developer Training course, students will build on the administrator and configuration training enabling developers to:

  • Define business rules for reconciliation, synchronization and attribute mapping
  • Customize and create new workflows
  • Customize the Self-Service applications
  • Develop new connectors using scripting

Module 1

Developing Attribute Policies

Overview of the connector architecture

Developing attribute polices

Module 2

Reconciliation

Overview of the reconciliation process

Developing custom reconciliation rules for mapping data, filtering users, etc.

Module 3

Active Identity Synchronization

Overview of synchronization

Configure Synchronization

Developing scripts for synchronization

Develop matching rules

Scheduling synchronization tasks

Module 4

Workflows

Overview of the workflow engine and integration within IAM

Customizing Workflows

Developing new workflows

Module 5

Schedule Tasks

Overview
Create a scheduled task
Integrating the task into the identity manager

Module 6

Reports

Overview of the OpenIAM Reporting architecture

Designing a new report

Defining the report data source

Testing the report

Integrating the report

Scheduled reports

Module 7

Connector Development

Overview of the connector architecture and interface

Developing a new connector using the script connector

Developing a custom connector

Module 8

Customizing the Selfservice Application

Overview of customizations options

Customizing the branding

Adding new functionality using the Selfservice-Extension module

Module 9

Developing Applications using the Service API

Overview of the SOAP and REST APIs

Testing the Services using SOAP UI

Using the API in your application

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