RSA Identity Governance & Lifecycle Implementation Scenario: Identity Collectors

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Summary

This self-placed On-Demand Lab course provides the learner with hands-on experience to understand the Identity Collection and the Unification Process in RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle, and practice their configurations.

 

Overview
This self-placed On-Demand Lab course provides the learner with hands-on experience to understand the Identity Collection and the Unification Process in RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle, and practice their configurations.


Audience
• Customers
• RSA Professional Services
• RSA Customer Support
• RSA Partners

 

Delivery Type
On-Demand Lab (self-paced eLearning with Lab)

 

Duration
3 hours

 

Prerequisite Knowledge/Skills
Although there is no assumed prerequisite knowledge for this course, an understanding of data mining and relational databases would be provide a good foundation.

 

Course Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, participants should be able to:
• Define and Create custom user attributes in RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle (‘RSA IGL’ as used throughout this guide).
• Create Business Units in RSA IGL.
• Create and Manage IGL Applications and Directories.
• Configure Identity Data Collectors for different types of data sources.
• Test the Identity Collectors connection settings.
• Understand the usage of Identity Data Unification.
• Configure the Unification settings in RSA IGL.
• Run and Monitor the Identity Collectors and Unification.
• Understand how the Circuit Breaker works.

 

Course Outline

  • Lab Exercise Overview
    • Prestige Architecture and Design
    • Lab Exercise Overview
      • Jumphost
      • RSA IGL Server (IGL-server)
      • Windows 2008 R2 Server (DC)
      • SQL Server
  •  Identity Collectors Prerequisites
    • Create Business Units
    • Identity and create the Custom User Attributes
      • Identify the required User Attributes
      • Create the Custom User Attributes
    • Create Business Sources
      • Create the HR Directory
      • Create the directory for the “Active Directory”
  • Configure the Identity Collectors and Unification Settings
    • Configure the HR_EMEA_US Identity Collector
      • Prepare the Environment
      • Create the HR_EMEA_US Identity Collector
      • Test the HR_EMEA_US Identity Collector
    • Configure the HR_APJ Identity Collector
      • Prepare the Environment
      • Create the HR_APJ Identity Collector
      •  Test the HR_APJ Identity Collector
    • Configure the Active Directory Identity Collector
      • Create the Active Directory Identity Collector
      • Test the Active Directory Identity Collector
    • Configure the Unification Settings
  • Run and Monitor the Identity Collectors and Unification
    • Run the Identity Data Collectors
    • Monitor and Troubleshoot the Identity Collectors
    • Circuit Breaker
      • Define the Circuit Breaker
      • Edit the Circuit Breaker

 

 

 

 

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