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"The most valuable features of Oracle Access Manager are the single sign-on capability and is a very robust platform. It can take a high number of authentication, and authorization requests. It's very flexible.""Once it is set up, it is easy to use and it integrates with most of the products on the market.""From a technical perspective, the solution is very good we can operate and control the user by ourselves."

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"This is a user-friendly solution.""It's pretty stable as a product."

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Cons
"In the next release, they should focus more on use cases related to customer access management, customer identity, and access management.""There could be some improvements in the documentation and overall knowledge base of the solution.""The initial implementation can definitely be improved because you have to work on several components to configure it correctly."

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"I think that the connection with like Microsoft Word, especially for Office 365, is a weak point that could be improved.""The timing of the token validity, if it could be extended, would be great. I'm not sure if there is even an option to configure these types of settings."

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  • "The price is really good and it is flexible because they have CPU licenses. The license is a one-time-only purchase."
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    Top Answer:The most valuable features of Oracle Access Manager are the single sign-on capability and is a very robust platform. It can take a high number of authentication, and authorization requests. It's very… more »
    Top Answer:In the next release, they should focus more on use cases related to customer access management, customer identity, and access management.
    Top Answer:My clients are using Oracle Access Manager for single sign-on authentication and authorization.
    Top Answer:This is a user-friendly solution.
    Top Answer:I think that the connection with like Microsoft Word, especially for Office 365, is a weak point that could be improved.
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    Ping Identity
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    Overview
    Oracle Access Manager delivers risk-aware end-to-end user authentication, single sign-on, and authorization protection, enabling enterprises to secure access from mobile devices and seamlessly integrate social identities with applications.
    IDENTITY DEFINED SECURITY PLATFORM delivers a unified, standards-based platform that can be deployed as SaaS, software or both and can scale to handle millions of identities. From multi-factor authentication and single sign-on to access security, directory and data governance, our capabilities work together to give employees, partners and customers secure access to cloud, mobile and enterprise applications, securing and streamlined everything from sign-on to sign-off and everywhere in between.
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    Sample Customers
    SekerBank, University of Melbourne
    Equinix, Land O'Lakes, CDPHP, Box, International SOS, Opower, VSP, Chevron, Truist, Academy of Art University, Northern Air Cargo, Repsol
    Top Industries
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company30%
    Comms Service Provider12%
    Financial Services Firm10%
    Government8%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company25%
    Financial Services Firm13%
    Comms Service Provider10%
    Insurance Company6%
    Company Size
    REVIEWERS
    Small Business65%
    Midsize Enterprise6%
    Large Enterprise29%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business9%
    Midsize Enterprise13%
    Large Enterprise78%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business17%
    Midsize Enterprise12%
    Large Enterprise71%
    Buyer's Guide
    Oracle Access Manager vs. PingID
    March 2020
    Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle Access Manager vs. PingID and other solutions. Updated: March 2020.
    610,229 professionals have used our research since 2012.

    Oracle Access Manager is ranked 16th in Access Management with 3 reviews while PingID is ranked 6th in Authentication Systems with 2 reviews. Oracle Access Manager is rated 7.6, while PingID is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Oracle Access Manager writes "Integrates well into an Oracle ecosystem, it's easy to use, but the support and setup could be better". On the other hand, the top reviewer of PingID writes "Stable, popular with customers, and has a good mobile application". Oracle Access Manager is most compared with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), Okta Workforce Identity, ForgeRock, IBM Security Access Manager and WSO2 Identity Server, whereas PingID is most compared with Microsoft Authenticator, SailPoint IdentityIQ, Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), RSA SecurID Access and ForgeRock. See our Oracle Access Manager vs. PingID report.

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