SalaryUSD US70 - US75 per hour US70 - US75 per hour
Oracle IdM EngineerLocation: Sacramento, CA onsite 100%Duration: 6-12+ MonthsCandidates must be local to Sacramento, CA or currently in CA and willing to relocate immediately.Job DescriptionThe IdM System leverages the Oracle Identity and Access Management software solution on OracleEngineered systems of ExaData and ExaLogic. The team is responsible for planning, design, deploymentand testing activities and the Oracle IdM Engineer will provide expertise with Oracle products thatinclude Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle Unified Directory, Oracle Access Manager, Oracle AdaptiveAccess Manager, Oracle WebLogic, and Oracle Database 12c.Experience
- MUST have experience designing, building, and configuring Oracle IdM infrastructure solutions
- MUST have experience designing, building, and configuring OIM and OAM
- MUST have experience identifying and convert existing workflows including but not limited to SSO Federation, OAAM integration and supported scenarios, Multi Factor authentication, and OUD sync.
- Preferred experience in Authentication and Authorization technologies/protocols (OAuth 2.0, OpenID, SAML)
- Preferred experience setting up Workflows, Roles, Provisioning Policies, Lifecycle Rules, ACIs, Organization Structures, and other product configuration constructs
- Preferred prior consulting experience
- Scoping and Planning
- Tasks to analyze, model, and identify system bottlenecks
- Plan migration of components into Software Defined Data Center infrastructure
- Design and document application tiers for increased resource allocation including the addition more virtual servers
- Design and document middleware configuration tuning alterations
- Deploy and Test
- Deploy infrastructure changes in system test and integration environments and remediate any issues
- Production Deployment
- Deploy verified design changes into production environment
- Monitor and support the stabilization of the production environment
- Current configuration of key components identified for modification. This will include the component, current configuration, testing configuration, and post deployment configuration.
- Architectural and logical design diagrams for components that have been modified.
- Functional requirements for integration, testing, and production deployment.
- Future recommendations for architectural designs that are recommended but not able to be completed within the duration of the initial engagement