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Course Detail: Novell Access Governance Suite 4.1 (Novell Technical Training)
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Course Name: Novell Access Governance Suite 4.1 (Novell Technical Training)

Course Number: 8212

Delivery Method: Classroom Instructor, Virtual Live instructor, Group onsite training

Price (US$): Contact

Duration: 4 Days

Description: The Novell Access Governance Suite 4.1 consists of 3 products; the Novell Roles Lifecycle Manager, Novell Compliance Certification Manager, and Novell Access Request and Change Manager. The suite bridges the gap between established security mandates and each organizations unique business requirements.

In this course, you learn how to effectively utilize the features of Access Governance Suite to manage the complex compliance and governance requirements of your organization. This is accomplished with lecture, related to the features of the product and real life use. Then it is followed up with active hands-on exercises that give you practical experience with both products.

Training Level: 3 - Experienced

Duration: 4 Days

Key Objectives

During this course, you learn how to:

  • Collect data from various sources, including identity and entitlement information. With this data, you then perform role mining using the features of the Roles Lifecycle Manager to best the define the roles that fit scenario used in the class.
  • Take this collected data and new roles to prepare a certification process using the features of the Compliance Certification Manager.
  • Then take the changes requested from the Certification and Role Lifecycle and track them using the Access Request and Change Manager.
  • Discuss the integration with Novell Identity Manager and Novell Roles-Based Provisioning Module.

Audience Summary

This course is designed for anyone implementing or using Novell Access Governance. Specific focus will be given to those trying to set up connectors to collect data or driving the data role mining and definitions in their company.

Course Prerequisites

Before taking this course, you should have a good understanding of the basic concepts of access, resource, and identity management.

Course Outline

The Lecture Manual is taught in the following sections:

  • SECTION 1 - Access Governance Architecture
  • SECTION 2 - Access Governance Identity Collection
  • SECTION 3 - Access Governance Account Collection
  • SECTION 4 - Access Governance Entitlement Collection
  • SECTION 5 - Access Governance Rules
  • SECTION 6 - Access Governance Roles
  • SECTION 7 - Access Governance Reviews
  • SECTION 8 - Access Governance Reports
  • SECTION 9 - Access Governance Dashboards
  • SECTION 10 - Access Governance Access Requests
  • SECTION 11 - Access Governance Workflow
  • SECTION 12 - Access Governance Administration and Operations
  • SECTION 13 - Access Governance Novell Integration

The Lab Manual is divided up into the following sections:
  • SECTION 1 - Identity Collection Configuration
  • SECTION 2 - Accounts Collection Configuration
  • SECTION 3 - Applications and Entitlements Configuration
  • SECTION 4 - Rules Configurationl
  • SECTION 5 - Role Manager Configuration
  • SECTION 6 - Access Certification Configuration
  • SECTION 7 - Dashboards Configuration
  • SECTION 8 - Access Request Configuration
  • SECTION 9 - Workflow Configuration
  • SECTION 10 - Novell Identity Manager 4.01 Integration

Course Testing Information

There is no test available for this course.


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