Identity and Access Management is a highly flexible and scalable enterprise identity administration system that provides operational and business efficiency by providing centralized administration & complete automation of identity and user provisioning events across enterprise as well as extranet applications. It manages the entire identity and role lifecycle to meet changing business and regulatory requirements and provides essential reporting and compliance functionalities. It consistent enforcement of identity-based controls, reducing ongoing operational and compliance costs.

  • Extensible User Interfaces (UI)single sign on
  • Intuitive Self Service
  • Simplified Request Management
  • Advanced Identity Lifecycle & User Provisioning
  • Comprehensive Audit and Compliance Management


  • Increased security: Enforce internal security policies and eliminate potential security threats from rogue, expired and unauthorized accounts and privileges
  • Enhanced regulatory compliance: Cost-effectively enforce and attest to regulatory requirements (e.g. Sarbanes- Oxley, 21 CFR Part 11, Gramm-Leach- Bliley, HIPAA) associated with identifying who has access privileges to sensitive data
  • Streamlined operations: Reduce inefficiency and improve service levels by automating repeatable user administration tasks
  • Improved business responsiveness: Get users productive faster through immediate access to key applications and systems
  • Reduced costs: Reduce IT costs through efficient self-service and common security infrastructure

VESL’s Identity and Access Management Benefits:

  • Ease of Deployment: Integrations and configurations can easily be moved between environments.
  • Flexible and Resilient: Oracle Identity Manager can be deployed in single or multiple server instances. Multiple server instances provide optimal configuration options, fault tolerance, redundancy, fail-over and system load balancing
  • Maximum Reuse of Incumbent Infrastructure: Oracle Identity Manager is built on an open architecture to integrate with and leverage existing software and middleware already implemented within an organization’s IT infrastructure
  • Modular Architecture: Oracle Identity Manager is made up of abstraction layers, which allows the execution logic to be changed and refined without affecting logic or definitions that still apply

Standards-based: Oracle Identity Manager incorporates leading industry standards, such as Java EE, BPEL and OASIS