Forgerock FR-420 Course Overview

Forgerock FR-420 Course Overview

The ForgeRock FR-420 course is designed to provide learners with in-depth knowledge and practical skills for deploying and managing ForgeRock's OpenAM, an Access Management solution. Throughout this comprehensive course, participants will learn about production deployment challenges, the significance of Access Management in IAM (Identity and Access Management), and the essential terminology related to identity.

Starting with the OpenAM story, the course covers how OpenAM secures assets, key deployment terms, and guides learners through the administrative interface. Learners will also gain expertise in web application integration, configuring OpenAM, monitoring and troubleshooting, integrating external identity repositories, and customizing user self-service options.

In-depth modules on the authentication lifecycle, session management, CDSSO, authorization, federation architecture, SAML2, OAuth2, and OpenID Connect ensure a robust understanding of the security aspects. The course also includes lessons on preparing a development and test environment, culminating in strategies for a successful production deployment.

By the end of the FR-420 course, participants will be well-equipped to implement and manage OpenAM solutions effectively, ensuring secure access to digital assets across various platforms.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants are adequately prepared for the ForgeRock FR-420 course and can fully benefit from its curriculum, the following minimum prerequisites are recommended:

  • Basic understanding of networking principles, including HTTP/HTTPS, DNS, and web servers.
  • Familiarity with general security concepts, such as authentication, authorization, and SSL/TLS.
  • Knowledge of web technologies, including HTML and web application architecture.
  • Experience with Java-based environments and understanding of Java EE concepts.
  • Familiarity with command-line interfaces and executing basic commands in a Unix/Linux environment.
  • Basic knowledge of directory services and LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol).
  • An understanding of JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) and RESTful web services.
  • Some exposure to identity and access management (IAM) principles is beneficial but not mandatory.

While prior experience in these areas will be helpful, the course is designed to guide participants through the ForgeRock OpenAM platform, ensuring that they can apply the lessons to practical scenarios regardless of their initial skill level. We encourage all interested learners who meet these minimum requirements to enroll in the course to enhance their expertise in identity management solutions.

Target Audience for Forgerock FR-420

The Forgerock FR-420 course is tailored for professionals implementing and managing identity and access management solutions.

  • IAM (Identity and Access Management) Architects
  • Security Architects
  • System Administrators specializing in authentication
  • DevOps Engineers focusing on security automation
  • IT Security Compliance Officers
  • Solutions Engineers and Consultants in the IAM space
  • Application Developers integrating SSO (Single Sign-On)
  • Technical Support Engineers for IAM solutions
  • Cybersecurity Professionals
  • Network Engineers involved in secure architecture
  • Cloud Security Specialists
  • Systems Integrators working with identity federation
  • IT Managers overseeing IAM implementations
  • Technical Project Managers responsible for IAM deployments
  • Software Engineers customizing identity platforms

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Forgerock FR-420?

Introduction to the Course Learning Outcomes

The ForgeRock FR-420 course empowers students with comprehensive skills to deploy, manage, and troubleshoot OpenAM, ensuring secure access management in various environments.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand and implement secure production deployments of OpenAM, focusing on real-world application and best practices.
  • Master the core concepts of Identity and Access Management (IAM), including terminology and the significance of authentication.
  • Navigate and manage the OpenAM administrative interface efficiently.
  • Integrate web applications with OpenAM, choosing the appropriate integration paths for each use case.
  • Configure and manage identity repositories in OpenAM, aligning them with organizational needs.
  • Set up and customize user self-service capabilities to enhance user experience and autonomy.
  • Design and administer robust authentication systems, including chains, modules, and adaptive risk assessments.
  • Manage sessions effectively, distinguishing between stateful and stateless sessions and understanding their configurations.
  • Develop and implement comprehensive authorization policies, using OpenAM’s policy framework for secure resource access.
  • Configure and troubleshoot SAML2 Federation and understand federation architecture to enable seamless cloud identity federation.
  • Gain expertise in OAuth2 and OpenID Connect to establish secure federation and authentication processes.
  • Prepare and optimize a development and test environment for OpenAM, ensuring a stable and effective deployment process.