Identity Manager

Identity management solution that automates and streamlines access governance

Streamline user identity management, privilege access and security

Identity Manager helps you simplify the access management process by leveraging an automated architecture. With Identity Manager, you can manage user identities, privileges and security across the enterprise. It puts you in control of identity management and takes the burden off your IT staff.

Identity Manager can:

  • Achieve your IAM objectives, while saving you time and money
  • Help ensure your employees have access to all applications, platforms, systems and data throughout their employment lifecycle
  • Significantly reduce your time and expense spent on consulting services by delivering IAM without excessive customizations
  • Minimize your coding requirements and provide you with automated provisioning of all resources
  • Help you meet your business objectives by ensuring that user and resource provisioning is not limited by technology resources or capabilities
  • Eliminate IT resource utilization with the tool’s self-service feature to manage identity lifecycle processes
  • Help your organization achieve access governance, compliance, security and efficiency by incorporating your workflow, attestation and separation of duty into IAM
  • Realize faster time-to-value by achieving successful deployment
  • Receive ongoing, dedicated support from highly skilled professionals and the option to upgrade to Business Critical Support for 24/7 coverage across all international time zones

Features

  • Access governance - Enables you to understand what is in your environment and who has access to it, while providing employees with only the appropriate access necessary to perform their jobs.
  • Visionary architecture – Helps you make implementing an identity access management solution a streamlined, business-optimized and rapidly deployed configuration process by eliminating the typical barriers associated with adopting an IAM framework solution.
  • Automated provisioning - Automatically provision to any system, platform or application using configuration rather than customization. You can deploy the solution and receive value within months rather than years.
  • Self-service lifecycle identity management - An intuitive “shopping cart” interface enables your non-IT users to provision accounts, physical assets and control access rights and permissions.
  • Complement existing investments - Enables you to make the most of multiple best-in-class IAM solutions with support for other systems, including “traditional” IAM frameworks, for a single, consistent IAM strategy.
  • Business process management – Helps to maximize your organizations’ security and compliance while eliminating common IAM inefficiencies and redundant processes by enabling you to create workflows and attestations based on your business and policy needs.
  • Compliance-ready IAM stance – Enables you to address the cause of problems instead of the symptoms. Helps you achieve and maintain compliance with ongoing governance, using your own security policies by providing you with complete visibility into identity and access management.
  • Privileged governance - Achieve a unified governance approach for all employees regardless of their role and level of access needed. By integrating Privileged Password Manager with Identity Manager, users can request, provision and attest to privileged and general user access within the same console.


Identity Manager simplifies the complex problems of identity and access management with a unified solution.

Specifications

Database server minimum requirements

Note: Identity Manager works with Microsoft SQL and Oracle Database systems. For more detailed information on system prerequisites see the Getting Started Guide.

Microsoft Windows operating systems
  • Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Server 2008 (R2) (32 bit or non-Itanium 64 bit)
  • Dual Quad Core 2.5 GHz+ Processor
  • 100 GB free disk space
  • 16 GB RAM
UNIX and Linux operating systems
  • See Operating System vendor for minimum requirements needed to host an Oracle database
Software requirements
  • .Net 3.5 Service Pack 1 or later
  • SQL 2005 SP3, SQL 2008 SP1
  • Oracle database 10g Enterprise Edition version 10.2.0.4 and higher or Oracle database 11g r2 Enterprise Edition version 11.2 and higher (patch level will vary with operating system platform, Real Application Cluster is not supported)

Service server minimum requirements

Microsoft Windows operating systems
  • Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Server 2008 (R2) (32 bit or non-Itanium 64 bit)
  • Single Quad Core 1.65 GHz+ Processor
  • 40 GB free disk space
  • 4 GB RAM
    Software requirements
    • .Net 3.5 Service Pack 1 or later
    • Microsoft Software Installation (MSI) Service
    Linux operating systems
    • SuSE Enterprise Server 10
    • Single Core 1.65 GHz+ Processor
    • 40 GB free disk space
    • 4 GB RAM
    Software requirements
    • Mono 2.8

    Client requirements

    Microsoft Windows operating systems
    • Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (32 bit or non-Itanium 64 bit)
    • 1 GHz+ Processor
    • 1024 x 768 screen resolution with 16 bit color
    • 100 MB free disk space
    • 2 GB RAM
    Software requirements
    • .Net 3.5 Service Pack 1 or later
    • Microsoft Software Installation (MSI) Service

    Web server requirements

    Microsoft Windows operating systems
    • Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Server 2008 (R2) (32 bit or non-Itanium 64 bit)
    • Single Quad Core 1.65 GHz+ Processor
    • 40 GB free disk space
    • 4 GB RAM
    Software requirements
    • IIS 6 or 7, or Apache 2.1
    • .Net 3.5 Service Pack 1
    Linux operating systems
    • See Operating System vendor for minimum requirements needed to host Apache 2.1
    Software requirements
    • Apache 2.1
    • Mono 2.8
    Browsers supported
    • Internet Explorer from Version 7
    • Firefox from Version 3.X
    Functional but not officially supported yet
    • Safari and Chrome

    Language supported:

    • German
    • US English

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    Identity Manager

    Take a tour of key functionality in Identity Manager interface to experience its capabilities and ease of use.

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    Identity Manager - GUI-driven workflow

    Quest One Identity Manager GUI-Driven Workflow

    The workflow creation is fully GUI driven, irrespective of the complexity of the workflow. Workflows can branch, call into other workflows, ask that tasks be done by connected systems, go back to users for input, and more. Everything that happens in the system can be governed by workflow.

    Identity Manager - self-serve shopping cart

    Quest One Identity Manager Self-Serve Shopping Cart

    When making requests, users can simply click “check” to check policies. This can be hidden or shown based on roles and rules.

    Identity Manager - dashboard display

    Quest One Identity ManagerDashboard Display

    In a quick glance, users get an accurate picture of the status of their environment and can clearly identify what requires their attention.

    Identity Manager - employee view

    Quest One Identity Manager Employee View

    In one view, users can easily see identity and access information.

    Identity Manager - entitlement origin

    Quest One Identity Manager Entitlement Origin

    Managers can see when, how and why employees have entitlements.

    Identity Manager - attestation

    Quest One Identity Manager Attestation

    Through attestation, data owners, managers, compliance officers, and others can attest the accuracy of information, entitlements, and explicit exceptions on a regular basis, or upon an auditor's request.