NetIQ Access Manager 3.2 Administration (Advanced Technical Training) [Course 8341]
NetIQ Access Manager 3.2 represents the next generation of access management and federated identity solutions. It supports a broad range of platforms and directory services and now supports 64bit platforms for more scalability.
This course covers features new to version 3.2 release: single-box installation, and SAML federation, and several new best practice considerations that apply to new and to existing Access Manager customers.
NetIQ Access Manager provides an advanced solution to secure your infrastructure, prevent information theft and protects the privacy of people inside and outside the organization. NetIQ Access Manager 3.2 lets you separate security from individual applications and Web servers, enabling single-point, policy-based authentication management and access privileges throughout the Net.
NetIQ Access Manager 3.2 also includes identity-based Web security services and provides users with secure authentication and access to portals, Web-based content.
Using NetIQ Access Manager organizations can simplify security management, control the use of digital
ON-DEMAND: This course is available as part of the Full Library or the NetIQ Solution Library. Click the "Buy On-demand" button for details on purchasing these libraries.
Training Level: 3 - Experienced
Duration: 3 Days
The objectives of this course are:
- Architectural Overview and Installation Scenarios
- Proxy Configurations
- SSL and Certificate Management
- Authentication Process and Overview
- ACL and Role Management
- Troubleshooting Identity Server and Gateway
- Single Sign-on and Identity Injection
- Federation with SAML and Liberty
- SSL VPN
This course is for anyone interested in using NetIQ Access Manager 3.2 to control access to applications, the Web, and network resources in an enterprise environment.
Before taking this course, you should have solid networking knowledge and experience.
SECTION 1 – Introduction to Access Manager
Objective 1: Understand Training Agenda and Access Manager Architecture
SECTION 2 – Access Manager Installation
Objective 1: Understand Identity Provider Components
Objective 2: Understand Access Gateway Components
SECTION 3 – Access Manager Administration Console
Objective 1: Configure the Identity Provider & Access Gateway
SECTION 4 – Proxy Web Server Acceleration
Objective 1: Understand the Proxy Components of Access Manager
SECTION 5 – HTML Rewriter
Objective 1: Understand the Rewriting Process and Create a Rewriter Profile
SECTION 6 – Securing Communications with Certificates, SSL & Domain Based Multi-Homing
Objective 1: How to Configure SSL Domains Using Multi-Homing
SECTION 7 – Access Manager Authentication Services
Objective 1: Understand the Different Configurations of Authentication
Objective 2: Customizing the Authentication User Interface
SECTION 8 – Access Manager Policies
Objective 1: Understand the Policy Types in Access Manager
Objective 2: Understand the Role Based Access Control
SECTION 9 – Single Sign-On with Access Manager
Objective 1: Configure Single Sign-On (SSO) with Identity Injection policies
SECTION 10 – SSL VPN for Enterprise Access
Objective 1: Installing and Configuring SSL VPN
SECTION 11 – Java Agents
Objective 1: Installation and Configuration of Java Agents
SECTION 12 – Identity Sharing via Federation
Objective 1: Concept and Configuration of Sharing Identities
Objective 2: Compare and Contrast the Federation Standards including Liberty, SAML, and WS-Federation