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Okta Online Training | Okta 3.4.x Training Course in Hyderabad India

Okta 

OKTA is Identity management and Access management based service. It has both capabilities on identity and access management but Oracle Identity management and SAIL Point has lots of work to do but in OKAT, it is very simple to use and it is template based, that is OKTA’s advantage.

PREREQUISITES :

Basic knowledge in these streams can enroll in the Okta training,

  • Identity Management,
  • Access Management,
  • CyberArk Professionals,
  • SailPoint professionals.


Duartion: 25-30hrs

Course Content:

1.Intro to Security Domain and SSO
  • Introduction to Security Domain
  • What is SSO and why SSO
  • Types of SSO
  • Different SSO providers/products in market
  • Types of Federated SSO protocols
2.SAML
  • What is SAML
  • Who is a Service Provider(SP)
  • Who is a Identity Provider(IDP)
  • SAML Basics and types of SAML communications
3.Why OKTA
  • Intro to OKTA
  • OKTA Architecture
  • OKTA Universal Directory Concepts
  • Profile Editor Concepts
  • Types of Administrators and their permissions
  • Implement and configure MFA
  • SAML Application Configuration with OKTA
  • SWA Application Configuration with OKTA
  • Bookmark Application Configuration with OKTA
  • Manage SSO and Provisioning
  • Reports Analysis and debugging
  • Basic troubleshooting steps for OKTA in SAML perspective
  • SSL(Certificate) Handshake concepts and troubleshooting other issues
  • Pricing and Features
4.Majorly used Agents and their Usage and architecture
  • Active Directory Agent Basics and flow
  • Active Directory Password Sync Agent Agent Basics and flow
  • Integrated Windows Authentication Basics and flow
  • Radius Agent Basics and flow
5.Admin Controls

  • Modifying your OKTA instance look and feel
  • Walk Through of OKTA console and explain each topic in detail
  • Monitoring OKTA Trust Portal
  • Contacting OKTA Support in case of support
  • Best Configuration practices for an OKTA Instance
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