Identity Management Advanced Design for IBM Tivoli Identity Manager

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Published on August 28, 2006, updated May 22, 2008

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ISBN-10: 0738494879
ISBN-13: 9780738494876
IBM Form #: SG24-7242-00


Authors: Axel Buecker and Andrew Annas Alessandro Faustini Takayoshi Sanui

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    Abstract

    Identity and user lifecycle management projects are being deployed more and more frequently - and demand is growing. By demonstrating how IBM Tivoli Identity Manager can be made resilient and adapted to special functional requirements, this IBM Redbooks publication creates or enhances confidence in the IBM Tivoli Identity Manager-based solution for senior management, architects, and security administrators.

    Advanced design topics can start with infrastructure availability for all involved components, Web application, and database server clustering as well as LDAP multi-master setups, continuing with compliance challenges addressing enhanced auditing and reporting, and designing and creating your own self-care/self-registration application environment that embraces external users and business partners offering fine-tuned workflow options and lifecycle management capabilities.

    The powerful features and extensions of IBM Tivoli Identity Manager are opening doors into a world of advanced design and customization for every identity management challenge you might encounter.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Advanced Identity Topics

    Chapter 1. Advanced design overview

    Chapter 2. Architect a high availability solution

    Part 2. Customer scenario

    Chapter 3. Tivoli Austin Airlines, Inc.

    Chapter 4. Project design

    Chapter 5. Technical implementation phase I

    Chapter 6. Technical implementation phase II

    Part 3. Appendixes

    Appendix A. Corporate policy and standards

    Appendix B. Source code

    Appendix C. Additional material

     

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