Oracle Access Management

Oracle Access Management

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Oracle Access Management


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10 out of 10
November 28, 2017
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What is Oracle Access Management?

Oracle Access Management is a web access solution.

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What is Oracle Access Management?

Oracle Access Management aims to provide innovative new services that complement traditional access management capabilities. It not only provides Web SSO with MFA, coarse grained authorization and session management but also provides standard SAML Federation and OAuth capabilities to enable secure access to external cloud and mobile applications. It can be integrated with the Oracle Identity Cloud Service to support hybrid access management capabilities that can help customers to seamlessly protect on-premise and cloud applications and workloads.

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What is Oracle Access Management?

Oracle Access Management is a web access solution.

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The most common users of Oracle Access Management are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Unknown industry.

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Lane Cox | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Both these web access management tools are great. However, from my point of view, IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager is hard to use due to its complicated UI compared to Oracle Access Management.
Score 6 out of 10
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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.
Score 9 out of 10
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Oracle Access Management is more user-friendly. Oracle Access Management is easily accessible from anywhere. Installation of Oracle Access Management can be done with ease, there's no need for a third-party.
Technical support of Oracle Access Management needs to be improved. Oracle Access Management has multiple advantages compared to other available tools on the market.
Score 4 out of 10
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We've yet to see how Oracle Access Management stacks up against other software, though in the near future it is part of the plan. We decided to give Oracle Access Management a shot because we heard great things about it. We often change passwords and have unique passwords for every type of login credential needed. So to have a single piece of software that intertwined well was a huge benefit. But in the end, it caused more trouble than help.
Ritesh Chaturvedy | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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It is really easy to have Oracle Access Manager implemented on a Unix based platform. The other integration/interfacing application were also Oracle products, hence the winner was oracle. We used it with Java based and Web aplications with API and have integrate a friendly Active Directory user and group synchronization tool.