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Introducing Oracle Fusion Applications Security Management Role Optimization

Girish Ananatharaju, Fusion Applications Functional Architecture Principal Product Manager, hosted a Customer Connect webinar in January, 2015, announcing Applications Security Management Role Optimizer, available in Release 9 of Fusion Applications.
Role Optimizer will enable security administrators and managers to more effectively control and manage Fusion Application security policies. Over time, an organization's security policies tend to grow increasingly complex due to any number of legitimate business reasons such as changes in the personnel managing the security polices or the addition of duplicate privileges for ease of administration. Role Optimizer helps address these issues by providing an optimized view of the policy store related to Fusion Applications.
Role Optimizer generates suggestions to reorganize duty roles based on privilege cluster analysis done on the entire user, job/duty role and privilege data set.


Figure 1: Role Optimizer performs a cluster analysis.


Figure 2: Role Optimizer generates suggestions based on the cluster analysis.


The Role Optimizer feature is delivered as an ESS (Enterprise Scheduler Service) job in Release 9. This job generates reports containing optimized views of privilege associations from which customers can modify the job role hierarchy and associated privileges. Role Optimizer can be executed by users with IT_SECURITY_MANAGER privileges and is available as a value added service with additional subscription fees.


Check out the Customer Connect event (click here) for more information about and a demonstration of Role Optimizer. You can also review product documentation (click here) and the pending U.S. patent application (click here) for additional details on how role optimization is achieved.

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