NetIQ Access Manager vs. Oracle Access Management

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
NetIQ Access Manager
Score 10.0 out of 10
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Houston-based NetIQ's Access Manager is a web access management solution.N/A
Oracle Access Management
Score 7.7 out of 10
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Oracle Access Management is a web access solution.N/A
Pricing
NetIQ Access ManagerOracle Access Management
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NetIQ Access ManagerOracle Access Management
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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Community Pulse
NetIQ Access ManagerOracle Access Management
Considered Both Products
NetIQ Access Manager

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Oracle Access Management
Chose Oracle Access Management
Oracle Access management definitely will be top of the list .
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User Ratings
NetIQ Access ManagerOracle Access Management
Likelihood to Recommend
7.3
(1 ratings)
8.0
(12 ratings)
User Testimonials
NetIQ Access ManagerOracle Access Management
Likelihood to Recommend
Micro Focus
This tool has been used to allow customers to provide credentials only once in order to access a suite of applications (single sign-on) and has also been used to allow federated access. The benefits realized by introducing this functionality are improved convenience for users by only having to enter credentials once and improved user management.
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Oracle
Oracle Access Manager is a very important tool for network administrators whose job is to make sure that the company data is safe. The single sign-on capabilities allow for a better user experience across multiple applications while keeping the credentials hard to hack.
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Pros
Micro Focus
  • Single Sign-On. Makes it easy to access many applications with just one password.
  • Risk-based Authentication. Simplify your experience as well as the security of your web-based and federated services.
  • Standards-based Federation. Secured access to externally hosted applications.
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Oracle
  • Oracle Access Management allows superior session management capabilities. It can maintain and terminate session states using access engine and endpoint cookies or security tokens.
  • It allows for automated single sign-on as well as protocol translation.
  • The suite allows for real-time fraud detection and prevention capabilities. This is especially useful where our applications are accessed by tens of thousands of users simultaneously.
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Cons
Micro Focus
  • While we have been able to configure a large number of applications to sit behind the NAM, there are some applications that cannot be configured to do so.
  • It can be a bit of a step learning curve to understand the architecture, but it pays off to do so.
  • More out of the box integrations with two factor authentication providers would be good.
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Oracle
  • The product could be improved by simplifying changing the master password. That is, if you change a password in one place, it would be good to automate changing the password for all the gateways so that change is less complicated.
  • It should be more Customizable for Customer Specific needs.
  • Oracle Access Management connects well with Oracle Database but doesn't work smoothly with Microsoft AD.
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Alternatives Considered
Micro Focus
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Oracle
Both are great products. From a technical point of view Oracle Access Management implementation is relatively simple due to the possibility to adjust the functionality and appearance of the system to the customer's needs. SAP is a robust product but not user friendly and more expensive. Overall cost and product functionality was what drove us to implement Oracle Access Management.
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Return on Investment
Micro Focus
  • ROI
  • User Buy In
  • Streamlined access to resources
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Oracle
  • It help us to reduce password fatigue & exposure related to numerous applications within the organization thus enhancing the users performance
  • The single point of failure always keeps us in tension which make us little nervous about this Oracle SSO.
  • The cost of this product licenses adds to one of the dislikes.
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