IBM iSeries (AS400) Summary

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In 2000, IBM introduced the eServer iSeries (with the 400 sometimes added). As part of IBM's re-branding initiative in 2006, it was again renamed to System i. In April 2008, it was replaced by a modern standards-based (PCI, FiberChannel, RAID, etc) rack-friendly server line, IBM Power Systems.

 

This integration with RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle, allows organisations to automatically collect access control list (ACL) data (who has access to what).

 

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IBM iSeries (AS400) Summary

 

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Summary - Collector (Governance) Capabilities

Available via RSA Professional Services Available
Accounts
Groups
Entitlements

 

Note: Capabilities are always being updated, please check the documentation and comment below if something is not listed, which is required.

 

Other useful Resources / What Next:

ResourceRSA CertifiedOwnerCostDetails

 

Detailed Guides

Guides available via RSA Professional Services by request

 

For Additional Support

 For additional Professional Services support, if needed to implement this solution, please contact your local account rep.

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