Overall Satisfaction with Oracle Access Management
Oracle Access Manager is being used across multiple departments with my client's organization. Multiple departments have different applications, but they are being used by common set of users. hence OAM was used commonly to manage sessions across all the applications
- 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
- 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.
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.
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.