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Re: IdM solution
From: Lauren Twele <ltwele () symplified com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jan 2010 13:24:30 -0700

Isnt oracle identity manager a huge upfront investment for software and

On 1/28/10 8:12 AM, "Giuseppe Fuggiano" <giuseppe.fuggiano () gmail com> wrote:

On Thu, 21 Jan 2010 08:50:37 +0100
Radmilo Racic <rracic () gmail com> wrote:

Hi all,
I am faced with a dillema of implementing an IdM solution that works
on both Linux and Windows with AD being the authoritative depository
of auth information. Does anybody have any input on what might work?
We've implemented Centrify but it does not solve some of our specific
problems, in particular, it does now allow us to work with non-LDAP
machines... Any input?

What about Oracle Identity Manager ?
It is highly customizable, but... it's a pain to configure.

It does have connectors to manage identities on various systems (MSSQL,
Oracle DB, MySQL, AD, OID, Sun, Unix, etc etc).


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