Transition through Singular Platform to Manage Passwords
It is important to securely store, generate and manage login information of users for all the websites, applications, tools and databases synchronized to a single account. Placing an agile password management in place can set the system for strategic alignment.
Facilitates synchronization of password changes in real time that can be communicate to all connected applications cloud based or on-premise. This helps in making the Enterprise IT System automated, coherent and centralized.
- Manage passwords of users through a single channel that can help in avoiding access disparity.
- Optimized passwords for all applications and users for SSO enablement, driven through a unanimous platform.
- Make changes to passwords in real time that gets traversed to all connected applications.
How to automate data synchronization on Oracle Identity Cloud Service? Automation of data synchronization on popular identity data storage such as Microsoft Active Directory or AD can be accomplished simply by using Avancer’s Identity Bridge. Organizations that require synchronization of their on-premise AD with Oracle Identity Cloud Services can use this technology of Identity Bridge to perform automatic identity data synchronization, both on initial and on-going (schedule) basis. Oracle has a comprehensive platform for Identity and Access Management in Cloud space – Oracle Identity Cloud – which aims at populating identity data, such as user identities, groups and group memberships. This task is critical for an organization and is essential both initially and on a continuous basis when the organization is moving to the cloud, particularly when opting for the hybrid environment. Identity Bridge can be used to upload the data in multiple ways, particularly for hybrid environment where the focus is on synchronizing your on-premise data with the cloud. The whole process can be automated using Identity Bridge. If you like to create, manage, or even remove a bridge to achieve synchronization of your on-premise data with the cloud, then you can do so as well. The ways to achieve it is elaborated below: • Understanding the bridge – If you like you can receive an overview of the bridge required for Oracle Identity Cloud. It can reconcile with your directory structure for any new, updated or group records to be uploaded into the cloud service. • Bridge creation – Directory Integration Pages can be used to create a bridge. A part of creation of this bridge is provisioning of administrative credentials for both Oracle Identity Cloud service and Microsoft Active Directory. • Configuring a bridge – Directory Integration Pages can be used to configure a bridge. • Defining custom attribute mapping of a bridge – Custom attribute mapping is a unique and handy feature that can be defined using Directory Integration Page for the bridge. Attribute mappings help the bridge to pass values of the user accounts from Microsoft Active Directory to those associated in Oracle Identity Cloud service. • Running a bridge – Directory Integration Pages can be used for running a bridge manually or viewing the synchronization log of the bridge which is currently running. • Viewing details about the bridge – Directory Integration Pages can provide you a view of the bridge currently being used. Further, other details including attribute mapping, configuration information, synchronization log of the communication between Microsoft Active Directory and Oracle Identity Cloud could also be viewed. • Activating and deactivating bridges – The utility of Directory integration pages can be extended to activate or deactivate bridges. • Updating a bridge – Modifying a bridge also falls under the control of Directory Integrations Pages. • Removing bridges – Directory Integration Pages can again be used to remove bridges if not in use. The user management feature is quite a handy one particularly when it comes to creating, removing and managing user accounts. Identity Bridge is essential for carrying out identity data synchronization automatically between data kept on cloud and