IdentityIQ Essentials v8.2

IdentityIQ Essentials v8.2

Summary

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to implement and configure common IdentityIQ use cases and support a standard implementation of IdentityIQ.  Students will also be able to describe, configure and administer the standard ongoing processes to load and maintain the IdentityIQ data, and list and use the tools available for monitoring and troubleshooting the system. Students will learn best practices for onboarding and configuring application interactions, such as joiner/mover/leaver, and access requests.

IdentityIQ Essentials is led by our highly experienced training team and takes place on-line using remote conferencing technology.

Duration

4 Days

Objectives

After completing this course, students should be able to:

  • Configure and administer IdentityIQ to support compliance and provisioning activity
  • Create application definitions that enable IdentityIQ to communicate (aggregate and provision) with corporate systems
  • Configure application business behaviors for provisioning activities, such as joiner/mover/leaver
  • Configure connectors, such as delimited file, JDBC, LDAP
  • Construct identity and account schemas that include custom attributes specific to the organization
  • Define parameters for classification of accounts and entitlements (locked, disabled, privileged, birthright) during aggregation 
  • Create identities in IdentityIQ
  • Load account and entitlement data into IdentityIQ and correlate accounts to the appropriate account owner
  • Monitor status of aggregation and provisioning actions
  • Organize personnel within IdentityIQ based on their IdentityIQ responsibilities and access needs
  • Evaluate data quality using IdentityIQ reporting and searching functionality
  • Describe the process for using IdentityIQ to support corporate electronic access policies
  • Describe the process for supporting IdentityIQ certification campaigns 
  • Describe the standard IdentityIQ two-tier role model 
  • Describe the difference between birthright and business roles
  • Configure, run, and monitor Lifecycle Events, including how to specify triggers, and designate provisioning actions for each event
  • Configure and monitor access requests – specify which access items are requestable and the appropriate approval processes
  • Describe the relationship between Quicklink Populations and Quicklinks
  • Explain how IdentityIQ supports requests for password reset
  • Identify and utilize tools available for onboarding, troubleshooting, and working with SailPoint Support (Administrator Console, Advanced Analytics, IdentityIQ Console, Debug pages)

Audience

  • IdentityIQ Implementation team: technical staff, business administrators, project managers, and other staff involved with design decisions and implementation oversight
  • IdentityIQ System Administration team: staff involved with supporting and monitoring test and production instances of IdentityIQ

Prerequisites

  • IdentityIQ Introduction
  • It is helpful for attendees with technical responsibilities to have a background in XML, Java, Application Servers and Databases.

Setup Requirements

Content is available one week prior to course start date through two weeks after course conclusion.

  • Provide a laptop or equivalent device to run the virtual machine for the exercises (see requirements below)
  • Download the Exercises PDF from the Resources list in your Identity University course enrollment
  • Download the Presentations PDF from the Resources list in your Identity University course enrollment
  • Determine how you'll access the virtual machine
    • Option 1 -- Downloadable Virtual Machine (Preferred)
      • Install software to run the virtual machine -- product options:  VMWare Workstation or VM Fusion 
      • Ensure that the computer to be used for the training provides a minimum of 4GB unused RAM and a minimum 20GB of free HD space
      • Download and unzip the VM zip file from the link in your SailPoint University course enrollment
      • Test that you can successfully run the VM
    • Option 2 -- Browser-based Virtual Machine
      • Utilize the cloud-based VM via your browser for this purpose (no need to install any software on your computer)
      • Access the VM through the link listed in your SailPoint University course enrollment
      • VM access starts the week before class and ends 2 weeks after the last day

Upcoming Classes

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Time
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Price
Sep 27 - 30
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Central Daylight Time
Online - Online - USA Central Time Zone
$ 3800.00 USD
Oct 4 - 7
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Central Daylight Time
Online - Online - USA Central Time Zone
$ 3800.00 USD
Dec 6 - 9
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Central Standard Time
Online - Online - USA Central Time Zone
$ 3800.00 USD
Nov 1 - 4
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time
Online - Online - USA Eastern Time Zone
$ 3800.00 USD
Nov 8 - 12
1:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Greenwich Mean Time
Online - Online - London Time Zone
$ 3800.00 USD
Dec 13 - 17
7:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Australian Eastern Daylight Time (New South Wales)
Online - Online - Sydney Time Zone
$ 3800.00 USD

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