SIM to OIM Migration: A How-to Guide to Avoid Costly Mistakes (SDG Corporation)
By Darin_Pendergraft_Oracle on Jul 01, 2013
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For SUN migration customers, it is critical to develop and execute a clearly defined plan prior to beginning this process. The plan should include initiation and discovery, assessment and analysis, future state architecture, review and collaboration, and gap analysis.
In the second of this series on SUN Identity Manager (SIM) to Oracle Identity Manager (OIM) migration, Santosh Kumar Singh from SDG discusses the proper steps that should be taken during the planning-to-post implementation phases to ensure a smooth transition from SIM to OIM.
Read the whitepaper for Part 2: Download Part 2 from SDGC.com
In the last of this series of white papers, Santosh will talk about Identity and Access Management best practices and how these need to be considered when going through with an OIM migration.
If you have not taken the opportunity, please read the first in this series which discusses the Migration Approach, Methodology, and Tools for you to consider when planning a migration from SIM to OIM. Read the white paper for part 1: Download Part 1 from SDGC.com
About the Author:
Santosh Kumar Singh
Identity and Access Management (IAM) Practice Leader
Santosh, in his capacity as SDG Identity and Access Management (IAM) Practice Leader, has direct senior management responsibility for the firm's strategy, planning, competency building, and engagement deliverance for this Practice. He brings over 12+ years of extensive IT, business, and project management and delivery experience, primarily within enterprise directory, single sign-on (SSO) application, and federated identity services, provisioning solutions, role and password management, and security audit and enterprise blueprint. Santosh possesses strong architecture and implementation expertise in all areas within these technologies and has repeatedly lead teams in successfully deploying complex technical solutions.
SDG Corporation empowers forward thinking companies to strategize their future, realize their vision, and minimize their IT risk. SDG distinguishes itself by offering flexible business models to fit their clients’ needs; faster time-to-market with its pre-built solutions and frameworks; a broad-based foundation of domain experts, and deep program management expertise. (www.sdgc.com)