Identity Manager governs and secures your organization’s data and users, meets uptime requirements, reduces risk and satisfies compliance by giving users access to data and applications they need – and only what they need – whether on-premises, hybrid or in the cloud. Now, identity security can be driven by business needs, not by IT capabilities. With Identity Manager, you can unify security policies and satisfy governance needs — today and long into the future.
One Identity Manager version 9.2 has been released GA, with new features that enhance user experience and security.
The primary features of this release include:
- Newly designed web portal
- The completion of the Angular-based web portal for management of the One Identity Manager solution. This includes web-based features that were once only in the One Identity Manager thick clients, a reworking of many user interface workflows as well as new features.
- Behavior Driven Governance
- By using integrations with the One Identity OneLogin (SSO/MFA) and Safeguard (PAM) solutions, Behavior Driven Governance assists administrators and application owners with notifications and actions related to entitlements that are rarely or never used. This out-of-the-box feature will boost both security and compliance adherence, as well as reduce administrative workload and reduce costs associated with unused subscription-based user accounts.
- Improved analytics
- Role assignments based on administrative recommendations.
- Support for the Amazon Relational Database Service (AWS RDS) service
- Enables One Identity customers to benefit from the administrative and operational features of RDS while running One Identity Manager in the AWS cloud environment.
- Configuration library
- This is a usability feature that provides a library for templates and a way to easily select and configure them. One Identity Manager provides 33 out-of-the-box commonly needed templates.
An exhaustive list of the new features are described in the Release Notes for version 9.2.
Want to know the major things that One Identity Manager is capable of? There are many capabilities that already exist OOTB, but not initially used.
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