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Course Description


WebFOCUS Advanced Security

Course 761  |  CEUs:  1.2  |  2 days
US $1800  Canada $1800

Class Schedule Start Time Time Zone Location
June 14th, 201809:30 AMESTCincinnatiEnroll
June 28th, 201809:30 AMESTOnlineEnroll
August 16th, 201809:30 AMESTOnlineEnroll
September 20th, 201809:30 AMESTOnlineEnroll
November 8th, 201809:30 AMESTOnlineEnroll
December 13th, 201809:30 AMESTOnlineEnroll

    Release 8.2.01M

    You will learn how to:

    • Define Reporting Server Authentication and Authorization

      • Security providers
      • Access control
      • User roles
    • Define WebFOCUS Client and Reporting Server Profiles
    • Integrate External Authentication/Authorization with WebFOCUS Client and Reporting Server
      • Integrating external LDAP
    • Access Control Template
      • Create template

    • Define Pre-Authentication with SSO (basic)
      • Security zones, IWA, SAML, trusted Ticket
    • Data Source Security with DBA
    • Use Encryption

    Who should take this class:

    This course is for advanced users having security credentials in their Company. It should be considered as mandatory for application administrators and suggested for developers, WebFOCUS designers and server administrators for better security comprehension and implications.

    

    Also available as eGuide

     

    Prerequisites:

    Additional Knowledge:  
    • Security Administration (361) course explains how to create users with different roles and authority, how to create a very specific permissions and restrictions, how to manage different accesses from authorization to everything to very, very specific piece of application, and it does not matter what type of security model is used. Without this course some parts of this class could be more difficult to understand as it is considered that student has this security knowledge. • Server Administration (961) course shows how to use and work with the Reporting Server Web Console, and also how to use PTH and OPSYS security mode. Some basic knowledge how to define user’s roles is also explained.