An eight day marathon Micro Focus Partner Enablement session on NetIQ Identity Manager concluded this evening at Bangalore. As much as it was an engaging experience to have gotten a chance to discuss contents of the following three Micro Focus courses on NetIQ IDM, with an enthusiastic bunch of folks around there wasn’t any shortage of fun either. Grateful to each of ’em who attended this program for their active participation and co-operation.
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Last week, I happened to meet the following folks from Micro Focus partner community for an enablement program on NetIQ Access Manager & NetIQ Advanced Authentication Framework. I hope the five days that they spent with me at the Micro Focus has given them some insights on the Micro Focus Access Management Solution. I would wish to take this opportunity to also them for their co-operation and active participation and wish them all the best!
If you’d like to know more about the Micro Focus Partner program, please click here.
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Just yesterday, I concluded a five day ForgeRock University training program on ForgeRock OpenAM at Bangalore. I wish to express my sincere gratitude to each one in the picture below for showing up for a ForgeRock University course on our Access Management solution and wish them success in their ForgeRock Projects.
To know what we discussed during the training or to subscribe for one such program, all details are here.
If you aren’t looking for a detailed program on our Products as the one you find in the link above, we do offer half a day free (as in beer) overview session on both ForgeRock OpenAM and ForgeRock OpenIDM, the details of which are below (keep checking the links below for the next occurrence):
Lastly, if you are keen to validate/demonstrate your skills in ForgeRock OpenAM, check out ForgeRock Certified OpenAM Specialist Exam.
Again, to all my friends who dropped by for the OpenAM training, thanks for all the fun and learning.
A brilliant five day training on ForgeRock OpenAM by Matthias Tristl is reaching its conclusion today in Bangalore. Well, if you want to know what we learned on OpenAM in five days, the details are here. Have a look at the ForgeRock University page for other interesting programs.
Thank you Matthias, we had a lot of learning & fun:
Just last week, I had an opportunity to meet up with folks in the picture below for a three day discussion on Oracle Key Manager.
Here’s another set of friends I made, who dropped by for a training on Pillar Axiom in Dubai. Many thanks to them for choosing an ou program on the same and more so for helping me capture the below moment:
Like I mentioned earlier, if you’re already a specialist in Pillar storage, consider validating it by getting certified by Oracle.
If you’re already a specialist in Pillar storage, consider validating it by getting certified by Oracle.
Talking of another High Availability facility in MySQL named Replication, I invite you to read an interesting blog post on self healing recovery in MySQL 5.6 Replication here. For a detailed list of courses on MySQL database access this url.
Now, if you find it too hard to pick up OKM on your own, please attend an OU program on the product.
Just yesterday, one more training program on Oracle Solaris 11 concluded at Hyderabad, India. If you haven’t tried Solaris 11 yet, click here to access the image and a host of other resources to help you get started. For information on training on Solaris 11, please see here. If you’ve already attended a training program or would like to validate your knowledge on Solaris 11, please access this link to get details around the Solaris 11 certification programs. Meanwhile, thanks to my friends for showing up again for an OU training program on Oracle technologies:
Have a restful weekend all.
If there are people out there, who’d wish to know what OU has in offer for professionals well versed in MySQL Database Administration, please refer to the MySQL Performance Tuning and MySQL Cluster course description and schedule.
As usual, I didn’t spare them from having to go through a teach back session on the concluding day of the program. They all did a great job in presenting the Access Management concepts in under two hours time.