Using Oracle Identity Management, enterprises can manage the end-to-end lifecycle of user identities across all enterprise resources both within and beyond the firewall. You can deploy applications faster, apply granular protection to enterprise resources, automatically eliminate latent access privileges, and much more. The Oracle Identity Management Learning Path will:
The Oracle Identity Management Learning Path targets three types of administrators: Identity Administrator, Directory Administrator, and Security Administrator, each listed and detailed below.
Oracle University’s learning path is structured to meet different organizational demands. Review our recommended courses and select the course you wish to learn.
(with Oracle Directory Server EE 11g)
The Oracle Identity Management - Directory Administrator learning path provides the knowledge and skills you need to master Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11g. The path starts with the LDAP and Directory Services: Essentials course that teaches you the basic LDAP concepts and provides you with an introduction to Oracle Directory Services. The course Oracle Virtual Directory 11g: Administration then teaches you how to install and configure Oracle Virtual Directory 11g. The path finally teaches you to perform routine maintenance, control access, monitor and tune servers, and perform other tasks encountered in day-to-day operations using Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11g.
This Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g course teaches you tasks, tools and techniques to administer the principal products and components of Oracle Fusion Middleware. Expert instructors will show you how to deploy applications and more.
This LDAP and Directory Services: Essentials training teaches basic Lightweight Directory Access Protocol(LDAP) concepts. You'll learn to perform basic administration tasks, manage data & more.
This Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition training teaches you how to install, configure and maintain Oracle Directory Server EE 11gR1. Learn to use both the command-line and the Web-based GUI interfaces.