Access Manager Base
Access Manager Base Courses:
This lab provides a brief introduction to IBM Security Access Manager (ISAM) V9 Platform
administration. You learn how to configure and use the IBM Security Access
Manager V9.0.3 Platform module for web access management.
This lab covers how to configure IBM Security Access Manager (ISAM) to
use the user certificates issued by a trusted Certificate Authority (CA) for the client
certificate-based authentication. The lab also demonstrates the step-up authentication using the client certificate-based authentication.
In this lab, you will build the reverse proxy junctions and use various options to pass identity information through headers.
The External Authentication Interface (EAI) extends the Reverse Proxy also known as WebSEAL, so that a remote application or service can authenticate Access Manager users.
This lab demonstrates steps to configure IBM Access Access Manager (ISAM) Reverse Proxy to redirect the authentication process to an EAI application. The EAI used in this lab is a simple Perl program test_sso.pl which performs a form-based login using user name and
password. Then, the EAI posts the user identity using HTTP headers to the check_user.pl program which is configured as a trigger URL. The Reverse Proxy uses the HTTP headers posted in the trigger URL to build user credential internally and grant access
to a protected resource.
In this lab, you configure HTTP transformation rules to modify HTTP requests and responses passing through the reverse proxy junctions.
In this lab, you configure HTTP transformation rules in IBM Security Access Manager (ISAM) to modify HTTP requests and responses passing through the Reverse Proxy junctions.
This lab provides a sample configuration that enables WebSphere Liberty
application to authenticate and authorize against the IBM Security Access Manager
(ISAM) LDAP user registry using an LTPA cookie.
IBM Access Manager Platform protects web resources using security policies. Each security policy can be defined with a combination of the following controls: Access Control List (ACL) policies, Protected Object Policies (POPs) and Authorization rules.
In this lab, you use ACLs, POPs, and authorization rules to control access to the web content. You first create a junction for IBM HTTP Server (IHS) resources. Then, you apply various security policies to the web resources protected by that junction.