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IBM Security Identity and Access Manager is a configurable IAM platform for identity assurance, mobile-login, enterprise-grade security of data and threat prevention, password protection and single sign-on, directory with auditing and privileges, partner gateway, and more. The "Tivoli" brand name retained by IBM for some of its IAM offerings and editions (e.g. Tivoli Federated Identity Manager) originates from Tivoli Systems, Inc, a company acquired by IBM in 1996 to leverage that company's systems management capabilities. IBM has also acquired Lighthouse Security Group and CrossIdeas, two companies whose technologies were recognized for access management and security, to expand their offerings.Powerful but expensive Identity Management SolutionWe are using IBM Security Identity and Access Manager as part of the Identity Management solution stack for our external customers and internal websites. We utilize Security Access Manager as a reverse proxy to the backend application, and to secure certain parts of our site using junctions.,Powerful, lots of features Integrates well with other IBM products,Not particularly user friendly Performance is not good for administration,5,High implementation and license cost and lack of trained personnel has resulted in a high running cost for the company The system is very stable, so minimal support required for troubleshooting Lack of documentation - requires employees to undergo training,Okta, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, Apache Subversion, Jenkins
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March 02, 2018

IBM Security Identity and Access Manager Review: "Powerful but expensive Identity Management Solution"

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We are using IBM Security Identity and Access Manager as part of the Identity Management solution stack for our external customers and internal websites. We utilize Security Access Manager as a reverse proxy to the backend application, and to secure certain parts of our site using junctions.
  • Powerful, lots of features
  • Integrates well with other IBM products
  • Not particularly user friendly
  • Performance is not good for administration
IBM Security Identity and Access Manager is useful for managing large scale identity management. It integrates well with other IBM products if your company is using them. The cost is high when installing and maintaining the whole Identity Management stack which includes IBM Security Identity Manager, Security Access Manager, LDAP, DB2.
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IBM Security Identity and Access Manager is a configurable IAM platform for identity assurance, mobile-login, enterprise-grade security of data and threat prevention, password protection and single sign-on, directory with auditing and privileges, partner gateway, and more. The "Tivoli" brand name retained by IBM for some of its IAM offerings and editions (e.g. Tivoli Federated Identity Manager) originates from Tivoli Systems, Inc, a company acquired by IBM in 1996 to leverage that company's systems management capabilities. IBM has also acquired Lighthouse Security Group and CrossIdeas, two companies whose technologies were recognized for access management and security, to expand their offerings.
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