TIVOLI IDENTITY MANAGER


Tivoli Identity Manager 5.1 Course Content

Overview :
IBM TIM (Tivoli Identity Manager) is an Identity Management System product from IBM. TIM is the centralized identity lifecycle management tool and it can also automatically Create, Manage and delete user access to various system resources such as files, servers, applications, and many more based on job roles or requests.
Training Objectives of TIM:
The Main Objectives of the TIM are system logs and problem determination techniques to ensure the health of the TIM Implementation and middleware and Tune system parameters for optimal performance of TIM and middleware. Tivoli Common Reporting Install and Configure for use with ITIM.
Target Students / Prerequisites:
Students who are Learning TIM are familiar with LDAP and TCP/IP fundamental Concepts. Linux and Java Script Basic Knowledge Required and Sound Knowledge Required on IBM Tivoli Directory Server and IBM Web Sphere Application Server. Basic Knowledge Required on Web protocols (HTTP, XML).
Unit -1: Introduction to IBM Tivoli Identity Manager 5.1 (ITIM)
Unit -2: Compliance and other advantages including ROI on ITIM
Unit -3: ITIM 5.1 system architecture
Unit -4: Pre-requisites, supported hardware and software.
Unit -5: Configure organizational units, locations, and administrative domains
Unit -6: Identities, accounts, users, groups, Policies
Unit -7: Identity feed connectors
Unit -8: Manually request, modify, suspend, restore and delete accounts
Unit -9: Introduction to TDI
Unit -10: Reconciliation between managed resource and ITIM
Unit -11: Create and configure Provisioning policies
Unit -12: Create static and dynamic roles
Unit -13: Workflow elements and workflows
Unit -14: Create groups, views and Access Control Items (ACIs)
Unit -15: Adoption Policies
Unit -16: Manage account and access request activities
Unit -17: Configure lifecycle management and Recertification Policies
Unit -18: ITIM Administration form
Unit -19: Customize the Administrative and Self Service Consoles
Unit -20: Reports
Unit -21: Describe methods of problem determination
Unit -22: IBM Java-Script and FESI extensions
Unit -23: Troubleshooting: Configuration files and log files
Unit -24: Troubleshooting: DB2, TDS
Unit -25: Life Cycle Management
Unit -26: Auditing and Reporting
Unit -27: Entitlement Workflow
Unit -28: Services and Policies
Unit -29: Problem Determination
Unit -30: Real-Time scenarios and examples