How ForgeRock Identity Management Can Help Your Organization
Now that you have seen how IDM can help you manage users, review the features that IDM can bring to your organization:
Web-Based Administrative User Interface
Configure IDM with the Web-Based Administrative User Interface. You can configure many major server components without ever touching a text configuration file.
User self-service features can streamline onboarding, account certification, new user registration, username recovery, and password reset. The self-service features are built upon a BPMN 2.0-compliant workflow engine.
Registration With Social Identities
Users can now register new accounts using information from social identity providers, including Google, Facebook, and LinkedIn. If you configure access through more than one social identity provider, users can select and manage the providers they use. You can also synchronize user information with marketing databases.
For more information, see Social Registration.
Create and manage users based on attributes such as organizational need, job function, and geographic location.
Choose the desired backend database for your deployment. IDM supports MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle Database, IBM DB2, and PostgreSQL. For the supported versions of each database, see Before You Install.
Set up fine-grained control of passwords to ensure consistent password policies across all applications and data stores. Supports separate passwords per external resource.
Logging, Auditing, and Reporting
IDM logs all activity, internally and within connected systems. With such logs, you can track information for access, activity, authentication, configuration, reconciliation, and synchronization.
Access to External Resources
IDM can access a generic scripted connector that allows you to set up communications with many external data stores.