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Oracles view of IDM/IAM

From oracle's website, to replace an IDM/IAM solution, you need to buy
11 different Oracle products. Hmm....

https://blogs.oracle.com/OracleIDM/entry/case_for_replacing_novell_netiq
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Re: Oracles view of IDM/IAM

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They seem to be missing a few squares on the right-hand (NetIQ) side.
Big surprise that the Oracle-sponsored study has gaps on the
competitor's side.

I hope you did not pay your partner too much money. A quick search of
the NetIQ/Novell website turns up fillers for your gaps.

Good luck.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Oracles view of IDM/IAM

I've started to 'play' with Oracles IDM as it is gaining a lot of ground
here. So far its a horrible beast to install and get working, requiring
so many components before you get started.

And its batch driven....sigh

Geoffrey Carman wrote:
> From oracle's website, to replace an IDM/IAM solution, you need to buy
> 11 different Oracle products. Hmm....
>
> https://blogs.oracle.com/OracleIDM/entry/case_for_replacing_novell_netiq

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Re: Oracles view of IDM/IAM

On 2012-02-20 05:25:28 +0000, . said:

> I've started to 'play' with Oracles IDM as it is gaining a lot of
> ground here. So far its a horrible beast to install and get working,
> requiring so many components before you get started.
>
> And its batch driven....sigh
>
> Geoffrey Carman wrote:
>> From oracle's website, to replace an IDM/IAM solution, you need to buy
>> 11 different Oracle products. Hmm....
>>
>> https://blogs.oracle.com/OracleIDM/entry/case_for_replacing_novell_netiq


Also, bring your java programming skills. Connectors are written in
java, according to an ex-colleague at Novell who switched to Oracle
(defector!!).
He was fed-up with the whole stack within a few months and left again.

Mark
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TE Super Contributor.
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Re: Oracles view of IDM/IAM


I had someone liken it (OracleIDM) to dumping a box of parts on the
floor and then building a car (insert tab A into slot B, hold with two
hands and, using your third hand, screw onto Part C), vs the
Novell/NetIQ approach of selling a car, and teaching you how to
customize it.


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