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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Oracle Access Management is a web access solution.

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Who uses Oracle Access Management?

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

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Score 8 out of 10
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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.
Pramit Sharma | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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It's so suitable for all user authorization. Security on external or nonauthorized teams from accessing. Well supported on different dashboards that allow easy provision access. Not suitable for all custom applications - it is quite selective. For all security purposes, it comes with great features.
Lane Cox | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Oracle Access Management best suits all scenarios in any organization where IT applications and services are used. However, I would recommend business users in small and mid-sized companies to look for an alternative since the subscription cost can be extremely high. It’s okay for enterprise corporations to implement this, since it will help them access interlinked data from multiple on-premises and cloud applications in one tool.
Score 6 out of 10
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This is a great product. In the market you can find similar product from Dell, SAP, but this product is very well suited for companies that are using the Oracle ERP system. It also works well with non-Oracle products. It simplifies user and access management tasks. Specifically you can integrate HR and Payroll systems to any other system using My Oracle Access Management and it saves a lot of effort and time. It simply pulls the data from other integrated systems.
November 15, 2019

Enterprise Architect

Score 8 out of 10
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Oracle Access Management is well suited in big Organizations where there are more number of processes involved, Where one process depended on others. There should be an interlink between activities in such cases Oracle Access Management is well suited. There should be optimum utilization of resources. Oracle Access Management is less suited in small organizations as the Cost of Oracle Access Management is also high. It will be a waste of money and resources if you're not utilizing it to the maximum.
Score 9 out of 10
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Oracle Access Management is well suited in big Organizations where there are more number of processes involved, Where one process depended on other. There should be interlink between activities in such cases Oracle Access Management is well suited. There should be optimum utilization of resources. Oracle Access Management is less suited in small organizations. As the Cost of Oracle Access Management is also high. It will be waste of money and resources if your not utilizing it to maximum.
Score 6 out of 10
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It's great if you're wanting single sign-on, where you want to authenticate the user and grant the user appropriate access. I would say OAM does a good job in that case. Syncing with Microsoft AD is where I have seen it struggling, and provisioning through multiple application layers is also where it slows down the process.
Score 8 out of 10
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Oracle Access Manager is a fairly handy tool for network and privacy administrators. Its single sign-on capabilities allow for a better user experience across multiple applications. OAM can be customized by administrators to work with different two-factor authentication service providers like DUO or OneLogin.
November 28, 2017

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Peter Galey | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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I believe that a full Social Security number should never be used. Also an account could be pulled up automatically when the phone is answered instead of the customer having to give account number or Social Security number multiple times.
Score 4 out of 10
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We have employees consistently logging into various websites and programs, and for those applications, it's pretty good, especially if you use various unique passwords. If you re-use or recycle the same passwords over and over and don't update and change passwords on a fairly often basis, this program is likely not for you. It's pretty good at housing access credentials, but beyond that, this software doesn't offer much else to assist with the normal workflow.
Ritesh Chaturvedy | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Oracle single-sign-on is being used by my client for application SSO. It help us to reduce password fatigue & exposure as well as enhance the company's performance. It also simplify user and password management. It'll automatically log you in once the application is open, which makes it very convenient and it's a time saver.