By Darin_Pendergraft_Oracle on Oct 07, 2013
CON8808 at OpenWorld 2013 in San Francisco was a big event for the IDM team. In his presentation, Amit Jasuja talked about how IDM has gone from a set of restrictive controls to a real business enabler.
His session featured 3 live demos. In the first, he took an iPad from an audience volunteer, downloaded a secure container, and showed how he could access his corporate resources and files on a borrowed device, from a public network.
In the second demo, he showed how an administrator could request privileged access in order to start up a demonstration server. One of the key points of this demo was that the the person requesting the access never saw the password, but was able to execute the start up command to get the server running.
In the third demo, Amit showed converged Identity Governance; he was able to certify file and application access from the same console.
After each demo, Amit would talk through how each was achieved using Oracle IDM. Although you can't see the demos (since they were live), I have attached his slides.