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Designing an IAM Framework with Oracle Identity and Access Management Suite by Scheidel Jeff

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CHAPTER 14Legacy Considerations

Preserve the old, but know the new.

—Chinese proverb

Let’s repeat my same old tired but entirely necessary mantra again: Your IAM framework must reflect the business, not the other way around. It is meant to secure your existing business functions and make them more efficient by taking security and compliance off the shoulders of your business analysts and developers, and centralizing security policies in the hands of those who do security for a living. By putting the framework in place, we’re going to provide value-added services to your existing apps, including those that might be considered “legacy” because of their age or technology base. IAM needs to speak the language of older systems and components in order ...

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