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One Identity Manager 8.1 Released

One Identity Manager 8.1 is a minor release with new functionality and improved behavior.

New Features:

  • One Identity Manager uses In-Memory OLTP ((Online Transactional Processing) for memory optimized data access. 
  • Support for granular permissions at server and data level.
  • The front-ends check whether the user has the required permissions before starting up. Users can only start up front-ends if they own permissions groups for the corresponding program functions. 
  • Role based permissions groups can be assigned to an application. 
  • One Identity Manager logoffs can be written to the system journal.
  • Improved OAuth 2.0/OpenID Connect configuration.
  • Extended support of JSON Web Key for OAuth 2.0/OpenID Connect authentication.
  • Database encryption uses RSA encryption with Optimal Asymmetric Encryption Padding (OAEP).
  • The Operations Support Web Portal has essentially been recreated as an HTML5 application.
  • Users who self-register for the Web Portal, receive a confirmation email with a link to a confirmation page. 
  • Implementation of Secure Password Extension to allow users to access the Password Reset Portal over the Windowslogin screen. 
  • The Windows system monitor shows you performance data for target system synchronization. 

Read more at One Identity Manager 8.1 Release Notes

Gabriel Magarino is a Security & Identity Management Expert. He currently specializes in One Identity Management products, and has recently expanded his repertoire to include Cloud Identity Solutions. Gabriel enjoys exploring other products like ForgeRock, Okta, JumpCloud, Sailpoint, and many others sharing technical knowledge on this web site. He has a Computer Science Master degree and ITIL,SCRUM,One Identity and some other certifications.