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Cloud Identity Courses (7):
IBM Cloud Identity is an Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) offering which
provides your users with rapid and secure access to thousands of
popular cloud applications, while enabling single sign-on (SSO) to all
their applications, whether from the cloud or on-premise.
In this video, you learn about the IBM Cloud Identity platform, as well as, the Cloud Identity Connect (CIC), Cloud Identity Verify (CIV), and Cloud Identity Govern (CIG) offerings.
IBM Cloud Identity Connect is a non-disruptive IDaaS solution that bridges on-premise Identity and Access Management to the cloud. This instructor-led, hands-on lab will take you on a deep-dive technical tour of IBM Cloud Identity Connect. You will start by creating your own IBM Cloud Identity tenant, and then implement SAML Single Sign-On to a popular SaaS application. You will then explore delegated administration, user and group management, and creation of a hybrid solution with on-premise integration. Finally, you will see how password-free SaaS access from mobile devices can be achieved via integration with IBM MaaS360.
- Jon Harry, IBM
- Dinesh Jain, IBM
In this demonstration of IBM Cloud Identity Connect, you will learn how
you can make the most of your bundled IBM Security Access Manager
entitlement in order to provide integration with on-premise directories,
such as Active Directory, and also how to make use of the strong
authentication capabilities in Access Manager for securing your SaaS
In this video, you will see a demo of Access Manager integration with Cloud Identity Verify.
This cookbook provides a step-by-step hands-on lab guide to setting up an IBM Cloud Identity environment, including both Cloud Identity Connect and Cloud Identity Verify subscriptions, and exploring its capabilities.
All steps will be performed using your preferred Web browser.
This lab provides a step-by-step guide to integrate an on-premises IBM Security Access Manager system to your IBM Cloud Identity tenant. You basically use Access Manager as an Identity Provider to authenticate against a corporate LDAP directory and then assert the identity information to IBM Cloud Identity and the SaaS applications supported in the Cloud Identity platform.