This guide describes how to use the Oracle® Identity Analytics 11gR1 software, including how to complete identity certifications, how to check for access violations, how to modify access based on changes, and how to identify, assess, and prioritize segregation of duties (SoD) violations.
This guide is written for business managers and other users in a supervisory role who need information about how to use the Oracle Identity Analytics software to grant employees and partners access to applications, check for access violations, and so on.
Compliance officers and IT specialists who need to configure and maintain role management and compliance functionality should see the Business Administrator's section of the Administrator's Guide for Oracle Identity Analytics.
System administrators, deployment engineers, and service providers who need information about how to administer the Oracle Identity Analytics software at a systems level should see the System Administrator's section of the Administrator's Guide for Oracle Identity Analytics.
Deployment engineers who are responsible for integrating Oracle Identity Analytics with other IT systems should see the System Integrator's Guide for Oracle Identity Analytics.
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For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Identity Analytics Release 11g R1 PS1 documentation set:
Oracle Identity Analytics Release Notes
Oracle Identity Analytics Installation and Upgrade Guide
Oracle Identity Analytics Administrator's Guide
Oracle Identity Analytics System Integrator's Guide
Oracle Identity Analytics API Guide
Oracle Identity Analytics Database Administrator's Guide
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