Oracle Cloud User Security- Providing for Separation of Duties and Appropriate Access by Job Function Free Tutorial Download
Enhance the security of your Oracle cloud environment by providing users appropriate access for their respective job functions, and by providing for separation of duties such that no single user has enough access by which to exceed their level of authority. See how to think through and plan for the access requirements of technical experts such as cloud administrators and database administrators through to business-level users such as those accessing cloud applications and databases. Make use of your own enterprise identity management system, or use Oracle Identity Cloud Service.
The video begins by showing how to create a plan based on enterprise roles for managing the database environment in the cloud. This plan includes a component on separation of duties. The video goes on to show how to create groups from the plan, and how to create users and assign users to groups. There are default groups and custom groups, so the video will cover creating and managing custom groups as well as the default ones. Connections to cloud services and databases are tested as a final step to verify the users and groups that have been created.
What You Will Learn
- Design a role-based plan for managing users in the Oracle Cloud
- Create users in the Oracle Cloud for services and databases
- Manage roles and groups
- Manage single-sign-on in Oracle Identity Cloud Service
- Create customized groups through Oracle Identity Cloud Service
- Test to ensure users can connect to the cloud service and database server
- Verify user groups by showing that the right roles have been assigned
Who This Video Is For
Database administrators who are just starting to use Oracle’s cloud services, or who are getting ready to migrate to the Oracle cloud. For security administrators who want to learn best practices related to separation of duties and for centrally managing cloud users.