In earlier release of RSA Identity Governance and LIfecycle, the Generic REST connector was introduced and is being used by many customers. In the RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle 7.2 release, we have introduced the matching connectors to allow you to collect entitlements, accounts, and identities from endpoints using REST API calls. REST is becoming a standard way to interact with systems returning data in a well defined structure (JSON). One of the key advantages is that if endpoints change implementations, you don't need an entirely new collector but instead simply adjust the REST API calls configured slightly.
To get started, create a new collector and select Generic REST as the data source type:
The following video dives deeper into what to consider when creating a collector and how to handle things like pagination, authentication, and how to debug the configuration. A REST client like Postman is recommended to determine the right apis to call and how to parse the responses: