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Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2: Privileged Accounts Management (IG11GR2PAM)

  • Overview
  • Who Should Attend
  • Certifications
  • Prerequisites
  • Objectives
  • Content
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Course Overview

Duration: 4 Days

Price: SGD 4,220.00

Oracle Privileged Account Manager 11g R2 PS2 helps you efficiently comply with regulatory requirements, secure critical applications and sensitive data, and lower operational costs. This four days course begins by familiarizing you with administrative and implementation concepts associated with Oracle Privileged Account Manager.

Learn to:

  • Install and configure Oracle Privileged Account Manager.
  • Administer Oracle Privileged Account Manager.
  • Implement authorization, authentication, and security.
  • Start and navigate the Oracle Privileged Account Manager Console, CLI tool, and RESTful APIs.
  • Create and manage privileged accounts, targets, grants, and policies.
  • Initiate, monitor and control privileged account sessions.
  • Implement Extensibility Plug-in Framework.
  • Perform auditing, reporting, and logging.
  • Integrate Oracle Privileged Account Manager and Oracle Identity Manager.

Password Administration

This Identity Governance product trains you with the ability to easily and safely manage passwords for shared or administrative accounts associated with business applications, middleware, databases and operating systems. By combining advanced policy-based and automated password management capabilities with comprehensive auditing and reporting features, Oracle Privileged Account Manager delivers highly-secure and simplified password administration to shared accounts, while further streamlining identity compliance reporting.

 

Who Should Attend

  • Application Developers
  • Database Administrators
  • System Analysts
  • System Administrator
  • Support Engineer
  • Technical Consultant
  • Technical Administrator
  • Security Compliance Auditors

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites

Required Prerequisites:

  • A general comprehension of Oracle Database 11g
  • A high-level understanding of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials
  • Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2: Essentials

Suggested Prerequisites:

  • A good familiarity with a Linux-based environment

Course Objectives

  • Discuss Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Install and configure Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Explain navigating the Oracle Privileged Account Manager console
  • Explain Identity Connector Framework (ICF)
  • Create and manage privileged accounts, targets, grants, and policies in Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Use self-service workflows in Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Create, manage and monitor the Oracle privileged Account Manager Sessions
  • Use the Console, CLI tool, and RESTful APIs to perform tasks related to self-service workflows in Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Use the Extensibility Plug-in Framework to understand the flexibility and customizing features of Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Transfer Oracle Privileged Account Manager configuration data
  • Perform auditing, reporting, and logging for Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Integrate Oracle Privileged Account Manager and Oracle Identity Manager
  • Learn how to implement authorization, authentication, and security for this Oracle Identity Governance product

Course Content

Understanding Oracle Privileged Account Manager

  • Describe Oracle Privileged Account Manager and its benefits
  • Discuss integration of Oracle Privileged Account Manager with Identity Connector Framework (ICF)
  • Explain security in Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Discuss authentication and authorization in Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Examine how to implement security in Oracle Privileged Account Manager

Installing and Configuring Oracle Privileged Account Manager

  • Using the Repository Creation Utility (RCU)
  • Installing Oracle WebLogic Server
  • Installing Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Enabling Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) in Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Creating an Oracle WebLogic Server Domain for Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Creating an Oracle WebLogic Server Domain for Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Creating an Oracle WebLogic Server Domain for Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Configuring Oracle Privileged Account Manager

Getting Started with Oracle Privileged Account Manager

  • Start Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Manage an Oracle Privileged Account Manager server
  • Discuss the Session Manager fuctionality
  • Use the Search portlet and Search Results table functionalities of the Console

Using Oracle Privileged Account Manager Targets and Privileged Accounts

  • Explain privileged accounts and targets
  • Understanding Credential Store Framework (CSF)
  • Explain the three ways to add privileged accounts and targets in Oracle Privileged Account Manager: The Console, The CLI Tool, and RESTful APIs
  • Create and manage targets and privileged accounts in Oracle Privileged Account Manager

Using Oracle Privileged Account Manager Grants

  • Identify grants
  • Discuss how administrators can use grants to provide users and groups with access to privileged accounts
  • Compare direct and indirect grants
  • Examine the relationship that grants have with users and groups
  • Use the Console to create and manage grants for users and groups in Oracle Privileged Account Manager

Using Oracle Privileged Account Manager Policies

  • Compare Password Policies and Usage Policies
  • Examine the relationship Password Policies have with privileged accounts and the relationship that Usage Policies have with grants
  • Discuss best practices for using Password Policies and Usage Policies
  • Use the Console to create and manage Password Policies and Usage Policies in Oracle Privileged Account Manager

Using Oracle Privileged Account Manager Self-Service Console Workflows

  • Explain self-service workflows in Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Use the life cycle of a self-service workflow Searching for a privileged account Opening a privileged account Checking out a privileged account Opening a checked-out account Using a privileged account

Understanding Extensibility Plug- in Framework

  • Explain the functionality of plug-ins
  • Working with plug-ins

Transferring Oracle Privileged Account Manager Configuration Data

  • Explain how to transfer configuration data from one Oracle Privileged Account Manager environment to another
  • Examine the types of configuration data that you can export and import
  • Discuss the operations, advantages, and best practices for transferring configuration data
  • Use the export and import commands of the CLI tool to transfer configuration data in Oracle Privileged Account Manager

Auditing, Reporting, and Logging for Oracle Privileged Account Manager

  • Identify and compare auditing, reporting, and logging
  • Discuss the requirements and business challenges associated with auditing
  • Identify the Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework
  • Explain how Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Publisher creates reports for Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Customize the BI Publisher Check-Out History Reports
  • Discuss the benefits of logging
  • Identify log files that are specific to Oracle Privileged Account Manager
  • Discuss information levels associated with log files

Integrating Oracle Privileged Account Manager and Oracle Identity Manager

  • Discuss the two Oracle Identity Management products in Oracle Identity Governance Suite: Oracle Privileged Account Manager Oracle Identity Manager
  • Describe the features of Oracle Identity Governance Suite
  • Explain how Oracle Privileged Account Manager and Oracle Identity Manager work together as part of an integrated solution

Course ID: IG11GR2PAM


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