When does class start/end?
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
The aim of this course is to showcase the key features and capabilities of the versatile and powerful ForgeRock® Access Management (AM). It provides the student with the knowledge and confidence to...Read More
“The discussions and labs involving Federation and SAML were the most interesting to me, but I also enjoyed the presentations explaining the concepts of Realms, Policies, Web Agents, Identity Stores, etc.”
The aim of this course is to showcase the key features and capabilities of the versatile and powerful ForgeRock® Access Management (AM). It provides the student with the knowledge and confidence to manage their own environment. It is accepted that this course is not able to demonstrate all the features and capabilities of AM. Further information and guidance can be found in the documentation and knowledge base in the online repositories at: Backstage https://backstage.forgerock.com.
Note: This course revision is based on version 7 of AM.
Lesson 1: Exploring Authentication Mechanisms
Lesson 2: Protecting a Website With IG
Lesson 3: Controlling Access
Lesson 1: Increasing Authentication Security
Lesson 2: Modifying a User’s Authentication Experience Based on Context
Lesson 3: Checking Risk Continuously
Lesson 1: Integrating Applications With OAuth2
Lesson 2: Integrating Applications With OIDC
Lesson 3: Authenticating OAuth2 Clients and using mTLS in OAuth2 for PoP
Lesson 4: Transforming OAuth2 Tokens
Lesson 5: (Optional) Implementing Social Authentication
Lesson 1: Implementing SSO Using SAML2
Lesson 2: Delegating Authentication Using SAML2
Lesson 1: Installing and Upgrading AM
Lesson 2: Hardening AM Security
Lesson 3: Clustering AM
Lesson 4: Deploying the Identity Platform to the Cloud