name :
FR-300
title :
Getting Started with ForgeRock® Identity Cloud
category :
Identity
vendor :
ForgeRock
classroomDeliveryMethod :
Classroom
descriptions :
description :
This course takes students from a high-level understanding of how ForgeRock® Identity Cloud (Identity Cloud) works, through the various online resources available to them, to a fully functional hands-on development environment, where they learn how to implement the many features of Identity Cloud in a training environment. Students take real-world use cases and implement them in a provided live Identity Cloud environment, where they learn the concepts and tasks necessary to successfully manage identities, applications, and user journeys in their own Identity Cloud.
Target AudiencesThe target audiences for this course include:
  • ForgeRock Identity Cloud Administrators
  • Technical users who work with Identity Cloud

ObjectivesUpon completion of this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe the features and benefits of Identity Cloud, the supported use cases, and the environment and roles necessary for successfully managing an Identity Cloud environment
  • Manage the onboarding of users through self-service, importing bulk identities, and synchronizing identities between Identity Cloud and external resources
  • Create new user journeys to support how end users authenticate and perform self-service with Identity Cloud
  • Manage the applications that access Identity Cloud for the identity and access management services that protect those applications

PrerequisitesThe following are the prerequisites for successfully completing this course:
  • Completion of the ForgeRock Product Essentials courses available at: https://www.exitcertified.com/it-training/forgerock/forgerock-product-essentials-library-60220-detail.html

Duration3 days
Course ContentsChapter 1: Introducing Identity CloudDescribe the features and benefits of Identity Cloud, the supported use cases, and the environment and roles necessary for successfully managing an Identity Cloud environment.
Lesson 1: Introducing ForgeRock Identity CloudProvide an overview of Identity Cloud, starting with what students should already know about it, and relate it to their job role, and the tasks that they need to perform to support the business use cases supported by Identity Cloud:
  • Describe Identity Cloud
  • Describe the top ten customer use cases
  • Describe Identity Cloud onboarding services

Lesson 2: Getting Access to Identity CloudDescribe the onboarding process or procedure for getting access to Identity Cloud:
  • Describe how to register for an Identity Cloud tenant
  • Describe the platform console
  • Describe how to get support and additional help

Lesson 3: Accessing Your CloudShare Lab EnvironmentA short lesson to introduce and access the CloudShare lab environment:
  • Describe the CloudShare lab environment
  • Log in to your CloudShare lab environment

Chapter 2: Managing User IdentitiesManage the onboarding of users through self-service, importing bulk identities, and synchronizing identities between Identity Cloud and external resources.
Lesson 1: Managing IdentitiesManage user identities as the Identity Cloud administrator using the Identity Cloud console (platform console), which is an administrative interface to manage your tenant settings:
  • Describe use cases and processes for managing identities
  • Manage identities using the platform console
  • Describe use cases and processes for password policy management
  • Configure default password policies

Lesson 2: Onboarding Users with Self-ServiceAdd new users to your tenant through self-registration:
  • Describe use cases and processes for self-registration
  • Create a new user using self-registration
  • Describe use cases and processes for managing personal data and consent
  • Manage personal data and consent

Lesson 3: Adding Identities with Bulk ImportBulk import user identities from a CSV file:
  • Describe use cases and processes for bulk import
  • Add customers to Identity Cloud
  • Troubleshoot import failures

Lesson 4: Utilizing Placeholder AttributesUpdate and extend the managed user object schema to add properties to a user’s profile:
  • Describe use cases and processes for placeholder attributes
  • Manage placeholder attributes

Lesson 5: Synchronizing Identities from External ResourcesProvision new user identities to Identity Cloud from external resources through synchronization:
  • Describe use cases and processes for synchronizing identities from an external resource
  • Configure remote connections between your tenant and external DS
  • Describe how to synchronize identities
  • Synchronize entries between DS and Identity Cloud
  • Synchronize entries between Identity Cloud and DS
  • Configure remote connections between your tenant and an external AD server
  • Synchronize AD entries

Lesson 6: Managing Roles and AssignmentsManage roles and assignments within the platform to provision attributes to external resources:
  • Describe roles and assignment use cases and processes
  • Create assignments and provisioning roles

Lesson 7: (Optional) Additional Administration TasksDiscuss and demonstrate additional tasks that an Identity Cloud administrator should be aware of:
  • Describe REST endpoints
  • Describe how to access platform logs
  • Describe how to monitor your environment

Chapter 3: Managing User JourneysCreate new user journeys to support how end users authenticate and perform self-service with Identity Cloud.
Lesson 1: Exploring the User JourneysDescribe the purpose of the preconfigured user journeys included with Identity Cloud, and explore each user journey as an Identity Cloud administrator and an end user:
  • Describe the preconfigured user journeys
  • View the preconfigured user journeys
  • Describe the URLs and realms relationship
  • Register and log in as a new user using the preconfigured user journeys
  • Describe the preconfigured ProgressiveProfile journey
  • Collect user preferences upon subsequent logins
  • Describe the self-service journeys
  • Recover your forgotten username, reset your password, and update your password

Lesson 2: Modifying the User JourneysUse the authentication tree editor in Identity Cloud to duplicate and modify the default Login user journey:
  • Describe the role of authentication nodes and trees within Identity Cloud
  • Modify the default Login user journey
  • Modify the UI theme for an organization
  • Make minor branding changes

Lesson 3: Configuring User Self-ServiceConfigure the self-service features of Identity Cloud to empower end users to independently make changes to their identity, instead of going through a help desk:
  • Describe the KBA-related journey
  • Configure the KBA questions and set requirements
  • Describe the Terms and Conditions-related journey
  • Configure and set the Terms and Conditions

Lesson 4: Configuring Social Registration and AuthenticationConfigure Identity Cloud to let end users register and authenticate new accounts using a social provider:
  • Describe steps for configuring social registration and authentication
  • Configure a social identity provider for Identity Cloud
  • Describe how you can add social registration
  • Add social registration to the default Registration user journey
  • Describe how you can add social authentication
  • Add social authentication to the default Login user journey

Chapter 4: Managing ApplicationsManage the applications that access Identity Cloud for the identity and access management services that protect those applications.
Lesson 1: Defining ApplicationsDescribe the role of an application in Identity Cloud:
  • Describe the role of applications in Identity Cloud
  • Describe the supported application types
  • Describe the role of the ForgeRock SDKs within Identity Cloud

Lesson 2: Setting up an ApplicationRegister (add) a new client application profile in Identity Cloud, and validate the application can authenticate with Identity Cloud using the client profile:
  • Describe the tasks for adding a browser-based type application
  • Add a browser-based type application
  • Use an SSO token with a browser-based application
overview :
abstract :
This course takes students from a high-level understanding of how ForgeRock® Identity Cloud (Identity Cloud) works, through the various online resources available to them, to a fully functional hands-on development environment, where they learn how to implement the many features of Identity Cloud in a training environment. Students take real-world use cases and implement them in a provided live Identity Cloud environment, where they learn the concepts and tasks necessary to successfully manage identities, applications, and user journeys in their own Identity Cloud.
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Course ContentsChapter 1: Introducing Identity CloudDescribe the features and benefits of Identity Cloud, the supported use cases, and the environment and roles necessary for successfully managing an Identity Cloud environment.
Lesson 1: Introducing ForgeRock Identity CloudProvide an overview of Identity Cloud, starting with what students should already know about it, and relate it to their job role, and the tasks that they need to perform to support the business use cases supported by Identity Cloud:
  • Describe Identity Cloud
  • Describe the top ten customer use cases
  • Describe Identity Cloud onboarding services

Lesson 2: Getting Access to Identity CloudDescribe the onboarding process or procedure for getting access to Identity Cloud:
  • Describe how to register for an Identity Cloud tenant
  • Describe the platform console
  • Describe how to get support and additional help

Lesson 3: Accessing Your CloudShare Lab EnvironmentA short lesson to introduce and access the CloudShare lab environment:
  • Describe the CloudShare lab environment
  • Log in to your CloudShare lab environment

Chapter 2: Managing User IdentitiesManage the onboarding of users through self-service, importing bulk identities, and synchronizing identities between Identity Cloud and external resources.
Lesson 1: Managing IdentitiesManage user identities as the Identity Cloud administrator using the Identity Cloud console (platform console), which is an administrative interface to manage your tenant settings:
  • Describe use cases and processes for managing identities
  • Manage identities using the platform console
  • Describe use cases and processes for password policy management
  • Configure default password policies

Lesson 2: Onboarding Users with Self-ServiceAdd new users to your tenant through self-registration:
  • Describe use cases and processes for self-registration
  • Create a new user using self-registration
  • Describe use cases and processes for managing personal data and consent
  • Manage personal data and consent

Lesson 3: Adding Identities with Bulk ImportBulk import user identities from a CSV file:
  • Describe use cases and processes for bulk import
  • Add customers to Identity Cloud
  • Troubleshoot import failures

Lesson 4: Utilizing Placeholder AttributesUpdate and extend the managed user object schema to add properties to a user’s profile:
  • Describe use cases and processes for placeholder attributes
  • Manage placeholder attributes

Lesson 5: Synchronizing Identities from External ResourcesProvision new user identities to Identity Cloud from external resources through synchronization:
  • Describe use cases and processes for synchronizing identities from an external resource
  • Configure remote connections between your tenant and external DS
  • Describe how to synchronize identities
  • Synchronize entries between DS and Identity Cloud
  • Synchronize entries between Identity Cloud and DS
  • Configure remote connections between your tenant and an external AD server
  • Synchronize AD entries

Lesson 6: Managing Roles and AssignmentsManage roles and assignments within the platform to provision attributes to external resources:
  • Describe roles and assignment use cases and processes
  • Create assignments and provisioning roles

Lesson 7: (Optional) Additional Administration TasksDiscuss and demonstrate additional tasks that an Identity Cloud administrator should be aware of:
  • Describe REST endpoints
  • Describe how to access platform logs
  • Describe how to monitor your environment

Chapter 3: Managing User JourneysCreate new user journeys to support how end users authenticate and perform self-service with Identity Cloud.
Lesson 1: Exploring the User JourneysDescribe the purpose of the preconfigured user journeys included with Identity Cloud, and explore each user journey as an Identity Cloud administrator and an end user:
  • Describe the preconfigured user journeys
  • View the preconfigured user journeys
  • Describe the URLs and realms relationship
  • Register and log in as a new user using the preconfigured user journeys
  • Describe the preconfigured ProgressiveProfile journey
  • Collect user preferences upon subsequent logins
  • Describe the self-service journeys
  • Recover your forgotten username, reset your password, and update your password

Lesson 2: Modifying the User JourneysUse the authentication tree editor in Identity Cloud to duplicate and modify the default Login user journey:
  • Describe the role of authentication nodes and trees within Identity Cloud
  • Modify the default Login user journey
  • Modify the UI theme for an organization
  • Make minor branding changes

Lesson 3: Configuring User Self-ServiceConfigure the self-service features of Identity Cloud to empower end users to independently make changes to their identity, instead of going through a help desk:
  • Describe the KBA-related journey
  • Configure the KBA questions and set requirements
  • Describe the Terms and Conditions-related journey
  • Configure and set the Terms and Conditions

Lesson 4: Configuring Social Registration and AuthenticationConfigure Identity Cloud to let end users register and authenticate new accounts using a social provider:
  • Describe steps for configuring social registration and authentication
  • Configure a social identity provider for Identity Cloud
  • Describe how you can add social registration
  • Add social registration to the default Registration user journey
  • Describe how you can add social authentication
  • Add social authentication to the default Login user journey

Chapter 4: Managing ApplicationsManage the applications that access Identity Cloud for the identity and access management services that protect those applications.
Lesson 1: Defining ApplicationsDescribe the role of an application in Identity Cloud:
  • Describe the role of applications in Identity Cloud
  • Describe the supported application types
  • Describe the role of the ForgeRock SDKs within Identity Cloud

Lesson 2: Setting up an ApplicationRegister (add) a new client application profile in Identity Cloud, and validate the application can authenticate with Identity Cloud using the client profile:
  • Describe the tasks for adding a browser-based type application
  • Add a browser-based type application
  • Use an SSO token with a browser-based application
startDate :
2021-06-24T06:45:07Z
endDate :
2021-06-24T06:45:07Z
lastModified :
2021-06-11T16:05:18Z
created :
2020-12-16T15:21:49Z
duration :
3
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DAYS
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1000
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GBP
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