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AWS Organizations is well suited for centralized billing and user management of all of your AWS accounts when paired with AWS SSO and a SAML provider of your choice. AWS Organizations does not have an integration with IAM user accounts and this could be helpful for organizations without SAML capability.
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SAP Identity Management manages organization identities centrally with a great amount of flexibility and efficiency. Compared to the conventional SAP solution of central user administration (CUA), SAP IDM (version 7.2/8.0) delivers a great number of benefits like: 1. Availability of connectors for non-SAP application identity management,
2. Modular/granular access management in the form of context-based business role definition.
3. It can be integrated with the SAP HR system for making entire user identity management automatic.
Read full review Pros Brings all AWS organizations under one management structure for billing Simplified management of user access with AWS SSO Centralized reporting Read full review In my previous organization, to achieve the granularity of access based on organization restrictions, we implemented enabler role-based security roles. Provisioning the enabler roles through the SAP GRC was a great challenge (realistically improbable). Here came the SAP IDM to our rescue. It has a peculiar feature of context-based business role provisioning feature. Customized context & its association with security roles & user HR attributes, give us unique ability to achieve granularity of access provisioning. SAP IDM integrates with the SAP HR system and identity management becomes automatic. Read full review Cons Could include cross organization IAM management Could allow quick login access to other organizations like the AWS SSO homepage Read full review SAP Identity management should come up with connectors for almost all not SAP applications, which will enable the use of SAP IDM as a one-stop solution for organizations' identity management. Read full review Support Rating
As IDM heavily relies on JAVA/SQL as a development language, finding skills resources sometimes becomes challenging. But SAP has strong support available for this product which makes it reliable for long term use within an organization.
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Not applicable. AWS Organizations is unique in managing multiple AWS accounts.
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SAP IDM offers a great deal of benefits/features compared to conventional access provisioning with SAP.
1. Conventional SAP user administration solution like CUA has great limitations. e.g. only SAP systems can be managed. Low-performance issues, unreliable access provisioning, and risk analysis were missing.
2. SAP IDM integrates with SAP GRC solution to perform the reliable risk analysis before access provisioning. Its context feature allows granular access provisioning.
Read full review Return on Investment AWS Organizations allow for quick user access when paired with AWS SSO and SAML groups. AWS Organizations does not use IAM users and there is an initial cost in time to set up AWS SSO. Read full review SAP IDM has the huge potential to minimize risks arising out of disorganized identity management within an organization. As all identities are managed centrally, there is very little room for manipulation of an identity. As this solution has the ability to integrate with SAP GRC, risk analysis becomes mandatory before any access provisioning takes place. As the solution is automatic, hiring to employee exits is managed with a minimal margin of error. Read full review ScreenShots