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

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Pramit Sharma | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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  • Integration with custom applications and inbuilt adapters very well.
  • Easy management of large volume of traffic and block any threat alerts.
  • Cloud based for easy login, flexibility and time saving.
  • Not always integrative with some tools.
  • Not affordable for all.
  • Some features are a bit complicated.
Lane Cox | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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  • Multi-factor authentication on company applications and services enables that data is not accessed by third-party users. MFA is available in multiple methods such as TOTP, SMS and email authentication.
  • By increasing login requirements reduces risks for users based on location, devices and behavior of the user when access is suspected to be high-risk.
  • By accessing company data from company on-premises and cloud applications, we are able to save time, which improves productivity.
  • The cost is a bit expensive for small and mid-sized companies.
  • Changing master password doesn’t apply automatically in all third-party services and applications.
November 15, 2019

Enterprise Architect

Score 8 out of 10
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  • SSO itself is valuable because it allows the users to have one password. After logging in to their machine, users don't need to remember or enter additional passwords. There is no need to log in and log out many times, which saves time. Users log in to any application just by typing the initial password.
  • It is very stable; this is because it is a mature product, and it gets better with time. It improves, and I think that it continues to do so.
  • It is very scalable. You can serve as many users as you need to add. As long as you have the machines and infrastructure in place, there are no real limits to the scalability.
  • 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.
Score 9 out of 10
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  • Very easy to learn, deploy and use.
  • You can easily access it from anywhere.
  • Timely updates.
  • Authentication is user-friendly.
  • It's very hard to customize the tool as per client requirement.
  • Technical support needs to improve.
  • The software is costly.
Score 6 out of 10
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  • Authentication- It does help our users get authenticated, provisioning our back end systems.
  • Validation - We can validate the login using OAM via our individual business solutions.
  • Two-step authentication - We use a PIN number as part of the two-step authentication process.
  • Authentication and validation need performance tuning.
  • OAM connects well with Oracle Database but doesn't work smoothly with Microsoft AD.
  • OAM releases are not straightforward for version upgrades.
Score 8 out of 10
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  • 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.
  • One of the reasons we decided to move forward with Oracle's Access Manager was that we had already bought into their ecosystems and integration was not going to be an extensive a challenge. However, for a standalone product, the price can be fairly prohibitive.
  • Oracle general release cycles are fairly long. It can be a long wait sometimes for the patches to be released.
November 28, 2017

My Review

Peter Galey | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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  • The list of available pages on the system was very easy to navigate to.
  • I believe the strength is that anyone can learn the program quickly.
  • Very user friendly.
  • I did not find anything that I thought needed improvement.
Score 4 out of 10
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  • Real time updates and updating
  • Centralized authentication
  • Web Applications as well as mobile devices
  • Worked for a wide range of systems
  • The interface can be tricky or confusing
  • It lacks helpful intuitive tutorials and walkthroughs (lots of figuring out on your own)
  • The product can be pricey for small businesses
  • Software was sometimes very buggy
  • Creating your own scripts and templates is quite challenging
  • Tech Support was not at all helpful aside from simple set up
Ritesh Chaturvedy | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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  • Provides centralized, policy-based authentication and single sign-on for Web applications of the agencies
  • The adaptive access manager provides real-time fraud detection and prevention
  • Single place for authentication and sessions management for all users and thier application.
  • Releases prior to 11gR2 PS2 were hard to deploy due to lot of shipped bugs, resulting in dealing with multiple patches
  • Technical support needs to improve. It is faster to find the resolution ourselves than rely on support. Product team engagement has been helpful but it’s hard to get direct access to the product team resources. They are good at responding as per SLA without issue resolution.
  • Customizing the product as per the client requirement is challenging