About the platform
The ForgeRock® Identity Platform is the only offering for access management, identity management, user-managed access, directory services, and an identity gateway, designed and built as a single, unified platform.
About this documentation
This documentation includes general statements of functionality for the following software:
ForgeRock Access Management 7.2, with Web Agent 5 and Java Agent 5
ForgeRock Identity Management 7.2
ForgeRock Directory Services 7.2
ForgeRock Edge Security modules
This documentation describes in general terms the ForgeRock modules that compose the ForgeRock Identity Platform, and indicates where to find the documentation corresponding to each module. This documentation is not meant to serve as a statement of functional specifications. Software functionality may evolve in incompatible ways in major and minor releases, and occasionally in maintenance (patch) releases. Release notes cover many incompatible changes. If you see an incompatible change for a stable interface that is not mentioned in the release notes, please report an issue with the product documentation for that release.
ForgeRock® Access Management (AM) modules
ForgeRock® Identity Management (IDM) modules
ForgeRock® Directory Services (DS) modules
ForgeRock® Edge Security modules
In addition to the modules listed in the preceding section, you can use the following ForgeRock software to enhance platform deployments.
Cloud Developer’s Kit (CDK) and Cloud Deployment Model (CDM)
The CDK and CDM demonstrates installation, configuration, and deployment of ForgeRock Identity Platform components using DevOps techniques.
Things are physical objects that can connect with each other, and with other systems through the Internet, without human intervention. Examples include smart home devices, such as window sensors and door locks, smart TVs, health and fitness monitors, vehicles, and manufacturing equipment.
To participate in a connected system, a Thing needs an identity that it uses to authenticate, authorize, create relationships, and more. ForgeRock IoT enables dynamic registration, authentication, and authorization of Things with identities, without the need for human intervention.
As soon as Things connect to a network, they become a security concern. You need to be able to trust and monitor the Things that are connected to your network, and accessing your services or APIs. The ForgeRock Identity Platform, including ForgeRock IoT, provides standards-based authorization using the OAuth 2.0 authorization framework. It gives you a single view of all the identities in your system—customers, employees, Things, and the relationships between them. ForgeRock IoT also lets you manage offline and constrained devices, and delivers identities to Things at the edge of your network, where the data is being generated.
See the ForgeRock IoT documentation.
ForgeRock Authenticator application
This app allows end users to perform multi-factor authentication and transactional authorization from a registered Android or iOS device. It is designed for use in both multi-factor and passwordless authentication scenarios. It is associated with a Push Authentication Simple Notification Service module that depends on the module described in Intelligent Access modules.