Oracle Identity Analytics (formerly Sun Role Manager) provides enterprises with the ability to engineer and manage roles and automate critical identity-based controls.
By integrating with the various enterprise systems including applications, operating systems, LDAP directories, and custom applications, Oracle Identity Analytics provides a complete view of access-related data that includes:
the user's access,
the why and how of that access, and
whether the access violates policies.
Oracle Identity Analytics enables you to automate the access certification process and removes inappropriate access by integrating with a provisioning solution. It also provides evidence that the access complies with established policies.
Oracle Identity Analytics integrates with Oracle Identity Management components to pull in user, account and entitlement data, and to provide closed-loop remediation.
Table 7-1 shows the Oracle Identity Analytics integrations supported for Oracle Identity Management components:
Note:Oracle Waveset was formerly known as Sun Identity Manager.
|Oracle Identity Analytics Integration for||Additional Information|
Integrating with Oracle Identity Manager in the Sun Role Manager 5.0.3 System Integrator's Guide at:
Integrating with Sun Identity Manager in the Sun Role Manager 5.0.3 System Integrator's Guide at:
To integrate with Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Waveset, Oracle Identity Analytics leverages the connectors in those components, thus indirectly integrating with the target systems supported by those components.
Oracle Identity Analytics integrates with third-party products to pull in user, account and entitlement data, and to provide closed-loop remediation.
Table 7-2 shows the Oracle Identity Analytics integrations supported for third-party products:
|Oracle Identity Analytics Integration||Additional Information|
Integrating with Other Provisioning Servers in the Sun Role Manager 5.0.3 System Integrator's Guide at:
Role Manager ETL Process in the Sun Role Manager 5.0.3 Business Administrator's Guide at: