IBM Tivoli Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On v8.0 Migration Guide for Encentuate 3.4 and 3.5

An IBM Redpaper publication

Published 18 December 2009

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IBM Form #: REDP-4615-00
(24 pages)

Authors: Axel Buecker, Archit Lohokare


IBM® Tivoli® Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On enables organizations to automate access to corporate information, strengthen security, and enforce compliance at the endpoints. Organizations can efficiently manage business risk, achieve regulatory compliance, decrease IT costs, and increase user efficiency using this application.

Tivoli Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On allows a transparent solution to be deployed with no change to the underlying infrastructure. Its foundation is built on the feature set in every version in an effort to better adapt itself to the changing IT needs in an organization. While the upgrades from one version to the next are designed to be automated and should require little to no execution of specialized upgrade scripts, there is a possibility that significant changes in product architecture might necessitate such manual actions.

In this IBM Redpaper™ document we discuss the actions required to migrate an existing pre-v3.6 Encentuate deployment to a v8.0 or later deployment of Tivoli Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-OnTivoli Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On. (Encentuate was the company that originally developed this application. They were acquired by IBM Tivoli Software and the application was renamed Tivoli Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On.)

Table of contents

1. Planning the migration
1.1 Overview of the deployment architecture
1.2 Overview of the upgrade
2. Upgrade from v3.4 to v3.5
2.1 Differences between v3.4 and v3.5
2.2 IMS Server upgrade steps
2.3 Using AccessAgent version 3.4 with the new IMS
2.4 Using AccessAgent versions prior to
3. Upgrade from v3.5 to v8.0
3.1 Differences between v3.5 and v3.6/v8.0
3.2 Upgrade steps from Version 3.5 to 3.6/8.0

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