Concur Connector

Oracle Identity Manager is a centralized identity management solution that provides self service, compliance, provisioning and password management services for applications residing on-premise or on the Cloud. Oracle Identity Manager connectors are used to integrate Oracle identity Manager with the external and identity-aware applications. The Concur connector enables you to use Concur as a managed (target) resource of identity data for Oracle identity Manager. The Concur connector uses OAuth 2.0 security protocol (Native Flow) for connecting to Concur and performing user authentication.

You can configure the Concur connector to run in the Account Management (or target resource management) mode. In this mode of the connector, information about users that are created or modified directly on Concur can be reconciled into Oracle identity Manager. This data is used to add or modify resources (that is, accounts) that are allocated to Oracle Identity Manager Users. In addition, you can use Oracle Identity Manager to provision or update Concur accounts that are assigned to Oracle Identity Manager Users. More details on the connector can be found here

Salesforce Connector

The Salesforce connector enables you to use Salesforce.com either as a managed (target) resource or as an authoritative (trusted) source of identity data for Oracle Identity Manager.The Salesforce connector enables you to perform identity management-related tasks (such as creating, updating, and deleting) on user and group identities while managing their profiles at the same time. More details on the connector can be found here

RSA Authentication Manager Connector

Managing users and security tokens on RSA Auth 7 & 8 targets. This connector is used to manage users and tokens on RSA Authentication Manager through Oracle Identity Manager. This connector integrates Oracle Identity Manager with the target system with the help of a Java API. Provisioning involves creating, updating, or deleting users and tokens on the target system through Oracle Identity Manager. The connector makes use of the Java API to connect to the RSA AM Server, and in turn provision accounts and tokens.

The connector fetches data (using scheduled jobs) about users created or modified directly on the target system into Oracle Identity Manager. This data is used to add or modify resources allocated to OIM Users. The connector supports searching for users, tokens, roles, groups, identity sources, security domains and RADIUS profiles on the target. More details on the connector can be found here

Generic Unix Connector

Managing user ,roles, groups and other basic supported operation on unix targets like linux,Solaris,AIX systems, HP-UX, and others. This connector that enables you to integrate Oracle Identity Manager with UNIX-based target systems using SSH or Telnet protocol. This connector enables you to use the target system as a managed (target) resource or as an authoritative (trusted) source of identity data for Oracle Identity Manager. More details on the connector can be found here

Generic SCIM Connnector

The Oracle Identity Manager Connector for Generic SCIM (Generic SCIM connector) integrates Oracle Identity Manager with SCIM -based target systems. The Generic SCIM connector provides a centralized system to streamline delivery of services and assets to your company’s consumers, and manage those services and assets in a simple, secure, and cost efficient manner by using automation. The Generic SCIM connector standardizes service processes and implements automation to replace manual tasks.

The Generic SCIM connector synchronizes data between Oracle Identity Manager and SCIM-based target systems by performing reconciliation and provisioning operations that parse data in the JSON format. If your target system does not support request or response payload in JSON format, then you can create your own implementation for parsing data. You can connect this custom implementation to the connector by using the plug-ins exposed by this connector. More details on the connector can be found here

SSH Connector

This Connector makes use of scripts to perform operations on the Target (Cisco, Juniper, McAffe Sensors, and ILOM). Each such scripts created are simply the sequence of commands. For Example for Searching a user there must be a search script (a simple text file is enough) which will contain the command /set of commands that need to be executed to create user on the Target.

CRM OnDemand Connectors

This connector enables you to integrate Oracle Identity Manager with Oracle CRM On Demand and to use the target system as a managed (target) resource of identity data for Oracle Identity Manager. The operations on the target system would be performed via web services exposed by Oracle CRM On Demand. More details on the connector can be found here

JD Edwards Connector

The target system, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, is based on a client-server architecture. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne User Management connector leverages this architecture to perform connector operations(CRUD and Search) by calling business functions (BSFNs) within the JD Edwards Enterprise server or connecting to the JD Edwards Database, as required. More details on the connector can be found here