ForgeRock Identity Management Core Concepts (IDM-400)

ForgeRock Identity Management Core Concepts (IDM-400) Certification Training Course Overview

ForgeRock Identity Management Core Concepts (IDM-400) training course is designed for those who want to learn how to implement ForgeRock Identity Management (IDM) to manage the lifecycle and relationship of digital identities within the context of a Customer Identity and Access Management solution (CIAM), and the integration with the ForgeRock Identity Platform.

Target Audience:

  • System Integrators
  • System Consultants
  • System Architects
  • System Developers
  • System Administrators

ForgeRock Identity Management Core Concepts (IDM-400) (40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic knowledge of Linux operating system and labs
  • Basic understanding of JSON, JavaScript, REST, Java, Groovy, SQL, and LDAP

 

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Introduce IDM and explore the fictitious ForgeRock Entertainment Company (FEC) CIAM solution
  • Install IDM and examine the default interfaces
  • Deploy and manage IDM as a development project
  • Perform basic IDM troubleshooting
  • Configure the default user registration process
  • Configure the User Self-Service functions, including password reset, forgotten username, and KBA options
  • Add a custom field to the End User UI registration page
  • Delegate the administration privileges of account properties to a group of users
  • Configure social identity providers
  • Integrate IDM with the ForgeRock Identity Platform
  • Use the REST interface to access IDM
  • Connect to external resources using OpenICF
  • Perform basic synchronization
  • Run selective synchronization and LiveSync
  • Configure role-based provisioning
  • Manage user preferences
  • Configure privacy and consent
  • Enable progressive profiling and add terms and conditions
  • Enable the profile and privacy management dashboard
  • Manage a basic relationship within the managed user object
  • Model relationships based on a given use case
  • Manage a relationship between a user and device
  • Deploy and test a given workflow
  • Explore the beginnings of creating a workflow