Oracle Identity Governance vs SailPoint IdentityIQ comparison

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We performed a comparison between Oracle Identity Governance and SailPoint IdentityIQ based on real PeerSpot user reviews.

Find out in this report how the two User Provisioning Software solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
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Question: Sailpoint IdentityIQ vs Oracle identity Governance
Answer: I have had the privilege to work both systems during my career. Below is my detailed response. There are a number of differences in both products in terms of functionality and approach towards the Identity Governance and administration. Before i go into the details i would like to point out that SailPoint is a leading company that does business in identity Governance and nothing else. They are continued market leaders as per Gartner IGA MQ , Forrester IMG Wave and Kuppinger Cole. The approach of SailPoint is different from all of the IGA systems out there in the market. The focus is to first analyze then get clean and stay clean and then move towards the user life cycle management. And this is a key factor for the success of SailPoint. On the other hand Approach of Oracle and every other vendor out there is very old school and conventional, which is focusing on automated provisioning. in this day and age this approach is not fruit full for the customers. Lets talk about the Interface. In IdentityIQ there is only one interface to completely manage your Identity Governance (By which i mean Compliance and governance, life cycle management and password management) as well as to provide users with self service. In Orace there are separate consoles for Administration, Self service and Application connectivity. Visibility: OIM has a very nice user's store where you can see all the organization's identities and their associated access. some reports are available out of the box. In SailPoint there is an Identity warehouse that gives you 360 degree view of the identities with information of not just Accounts and entitlements but risk scores, certification history and access request histories. In addition to that there are a number of out of the box reports available. the most interesting functionality in IdentityIQ is Advanced analytics, which allows the business users to build their own reports using the same UI without having the need of any help from technical personal. Role management: Oracle has conventional Single tiered Role management. SailPoint Has two tiered Role model with the option that allows you to use single tier model as well. With this two tiered approach, you have the flexibility to create the roles that translate your business model and the roles that translate your IT Domain separately and on top of that create relationships between them to allow implementation of a more complex Role model. Policy Management: In Oracle you have the options available for Access Policy management that allows you to create Policies for automated account provisioning (without the flexibility of retries) and segregation of duties policies. in IdentityIQ however, Provisioning is managed through the Roles but has a separate Policy management functionality that allow you to create a variety of SOD policies on Roles and entitlements. it also allows you to create policies for account activities, value changes and processes. Dynamic Risk Management: Oracle has a Separate Product for risk management and i have not had any experience with that product. In IdentityIQ there is a comprehensive Dynamic Risk management module that enables the organizations to shift their focus on the users of interest i.e. with high risk scores. Around this risk model you can apply compliance and governance. Access Certifications: In Oracle Identity Governance you have the option to define certification campaigns for Roles, Entitlements and user Accounts. Each type of certification allows a specific number of certifiers. These certifications can be launched or scheduled. In IdentityIQ you have the flexibility of defining the certification campaigns for Roles, Entitlements, Accounts, application Entitlement Permissions, role composition(Entitlements in a role) and policy violations. You can define the number of certifiers. you can launch the certification right away, you can schedule them or you can configure the automatic launch of certification at specific events in user life cycle for example crossing a threshold risk score. User life Cycle management: In OIM user life cycle is managed through access policies. These access policies allow you to configure Automated provisioning, de provisioning of Entitlements and accounts in your IT applications. In IdentityIQ the life cycle of a user is managed by event based triggers. For example Joiner Event, Mover Event, Rehire Event and Leaver Event. These Events can be configured based on Attribute changes(Data Change), Create accounts or custom rules. These events then use the Role and Policy model in IdentityIQ to manage accesses of the users through out their life cycle. Self Service Access Request management: OIM has a nice Access Request management module that uses shopping cart functionality to allow users to request accesses for themselves or others. These requests then initiate approval workflows based on approval policy assigned to the requested item. In IdentityIQ Access requests are managed through the Life Cycle manager Events. these events are treated as user initiated change events. Users can request Entitlements and accounts for themselves or others. The request-able Items are restricted by SOD policies with an option to submit requests as an exception allowing the aprrover visibility of the violations and risks associated with the request. Approval workflows are flexible to customization. Connectivity: OIM has a limited number of connectors available out of the box and you have to buy additional license for some of those. in IdentityIQ there is a range of OOTB connectors available and you dont have to pay anything extra for any of them. Customization: Oracle has never welcomed any customizations to its products unless it is identified as a Bug and the you would have to wait for the next patch or release. SailPoint on the other hand allows customers to customise each and every single of the functionalities to meet the customer's requirements and the customization is as simple as writing java code. Client base: There are around a 170 clients worldwide who have migrated from OIM to IdentityIQ in the past 5 years. My recommendation as it would have been clear by now from the above text, is to choose IdentityIQ because it always works :)
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"Omada's user interface is elegant and easy to work with. I like Omada's ability to automatically generate accounts for new hires and allow them access to all required systems by established policies. Around 80 percent of workers can start working immediately on their first day without requesting further access.""We don't have to go in and do a lot of the work that we did before. It may have saved us somewhere in the range of 10 to 30 percent of the time we spent on provisioning access.""Omada's most valuable aspect is its usability.""We used to have a problem where an employee's access wasn't terminated when they left the company. Now, we have much better visibility into and control over who has access.""We are able to onboard new user accounts much faster by automating the process and standardizing our operations globally. Previously, there were many individual processes and manual admin interactions. We also see a lot of cost savings and benefits because through automation and standardization.""The Governance and self-service that can be set up so you can use them yourself to work in the system are the most valuable features. End users can be enabled to help themselves.""User-friendly solution.""For me, the best feature of Omada Identity is its web interface because it's really easy for users to understand."

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"The one thing that stands out was is the automatic sign-out when an employee goes on vacation. Identity Governance can monitor when an employee goes on vacation and returns. We use this feature to automatically disable all the employee's accounts when they go on vacation, and they're automatically enabled when they come back.""The support service of Oracle is good. We use it a lot and their response is quick.""What I found most useful in Oracle Identity Governance, feature-wise, are provisioning, de-provisioning, and termination. Those features are very good. Oracle Identity Governance can also be easily integrated with non-Oracle products, which I find valuable.""I am able to request any access rights I need.""The most valuable feature of Oracle Identity Governance is user lifecycle management. Certification is also a valuable feature of the solution. Oracle Identity Governance allows you to assign who has access to what, which is its basic feature.""The most valuable feature is the user manager certification that approves or removes user access.""Scalability-wise, I rate this solution a nine out of ten. Oracle Identity Governance is a scalable solution, without a doubt.""What I like most about Oracle Identity Governance is that it is a very flexible tool. It allows you to do any customization on Java as it is built on Java and you can write any customization code using Java. I also like that Oracle Identity Governance is pretty much stable. In my company, there are a lot of users, so my company prefers this solution."

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"What I like most about SailPoint IdentityIQ is that it's simple to use and easy to configure and deploy.""The most valuable features of SailPoint IdentityIQ are the reporting because it is better than other solutions. The workflows can be customized to our requirements and the overall features are good.""Has a great certification module with intuitive options.""It is simple and easy to implement.""This solution has made our team more effective. We need less manual approvals when someone new joins our company. There is less paperwork and fewer support tickets raised for access.""This solution is great for providing control access across your environment.""The first valuable feature of the solution is its interface. The second feature of the solution is the level of flexibility it provides.""It is a scalable product."

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"The account management integration isn't bad, but it isn't plug-and-play like Microsoft Azure. You need some deep development knowledge to set up the connectors.""The web GUI can be improved.""Omada could communicate better with us about the product roadmap. We haven't gotten any updates about it. The user interface is often a bit difficult to understand. It isn't optimized for small screens, so it doesn't display all of the information clearly, so users need to scroll a lot.""The security permission inside Omada needs improvement. It's tricky to set up.""When making a process, you should be able to use some coding to do some advanced calculations. The calculations you can currently do are too basic. I would also like some additional script features.""I would like more training. As someone who is new to this world, I don't feel that the courses Omada provides are good enough. They should also improve the documentation. It is difficult to learn how to use the solution by yourself""Omada Identity has two main issues that need to be solved or improved the most. One is its setup or installation process because it's complex and cumbersome. I'm talking about the process for on-premises deployment because I've never tried the cloud version of Omada Identity. Setting up the cloud version should be much easier. The second area for improvement in Omada Identity is that it's piggybacking on Microsoft's complex way of having all kinds of add-ons, extensions, or setups, whether small or large, such as the new SQL Server, and it's cumbersome to make sure that everything works. Omada Identity is a complex solution and could still be improved.""Functionality and usability could be improved."

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"I would like to see automation in the solution. We need also integration with the Identity Manager. The solution needs to improve in the application integrations part. It also needs to focus on application deployment as well.""Oracle Identity Governance, particularly version 12c, can handle multiple scenarios, but for a regular user, I found the use cases not that extensive, so this is an area for improvement. The implementation process for Oracle Identity Governance is also a bit more complex than how you implement competitor products, and this is another area for improvement in the solution. Technical support for Oracle Identity Governance also needs some improvement. Another area for improvement in Oracle Identity Governance is its documentation. Currently, it's lacking when compared to SailPoint. What I'd like to see in the next release of Oracle Identity Governance is a bit more scope for AI-based Identity governance. If the solution has built-in intelligence, that will give it more leverage. Another feature I'd like to see in Oracle Identity Governance in the future is the option for managers to provide access to others via mobile devices or phones.""The platform could be enhanced with additional features.""The solution needs to improve its web interface in the next release.""An area for improvement in Oracle Identity Governance is that it isn't refreshed or updated as much. The only area that changed on it in the last five years was the GUI. The solution still has the same installation, troubleshooting, and configuration. Oracle Identity Governance is still very complicated when compared to other solutions. It seems that Oracle doesn't focus too much on Oracle Identity Governance in terms of making some improvements to it.""Pricing for Oracle Identity Governance could be improved. The setup process for the tool could also be faster.""The solution should be easy to implement with components combined in one file and built-in features to integrate target applications without having to install additional connectors.""The user-friendliness of Oracle Identity Governance can be improved compared to other products."

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"The user interface is not very user-friendly.""It is not readily available and cannot be downloaded from the net.""We have had a lot of service breaks because of the lack of support.""The product must improve its support.""There's a lot of customization required to improve the user experience.""If there's a price reduction for SailPoint IdentityIQ, that would be helpful. Another area for improvement in the product is the technical support, which needs to be more friendly to customers.""SailPoint IdentityIQ has a primitive AI engine.""Certifications could include additional access levels or practices."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
  • "My client deals directly with the Omada Identity team in terms of licensing. I never look at pricing, so I'm not aware of how much the solution costs, but it's worth the money. Often, when you begin to use Omada Identity and it takes a while to set up, it'll be irreversible, and you'd depend on and focus more on the functionality of the solution, rather than its price tag."
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  • "Oracle Identity Governance is expensive."
  • "The price of the implementation of Oracle Identity Governance is more of a concern than the cost of the solution. The effort that you have to do to put the solution in place is higher than the license cost."
  • "I do not know specific pricing but the product is expensive when compared to other OIM products."
  • "The licensing cost for Oracle Identity Governance is very high, so I'd rate it two out of five."
  • "I can't say much about the pricing for Oracle Identity Governance because it's different from one geography to another. In India, the license price costs less than in other geographies."
  • "Oracle Identity Governance is an expensive solution."
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  • "Usually, the cost of deploying about 5,000 licenses or 5,000 users, would be the equivalent to the cost of the license, which would be reaching up to around $90,000."
  • "You are able to get discounts if you plan to use the tool for the long-term i.e. discounts for 5+ years of usage."
  • "In terms of pricing, SailPoint IdentityIQ is affordable. It's not cheap, and it's not expensive, so the solution is in the middle, price-wise. It also didn't have additional costs, even if my company had different teams that took care of auditing and provisioning and projects that used SailPoint IdentityIQ."
  • "This is an expensive solution. I would rate it a two and a half out of five for pricing."
  • "SailPoint is expensive compared to its competitors. It's one of the most expensive products, so I'd rate it as one out of five, cost-wise."
  • "It's all competitive. Initially, the prices look a bit higher, but once it gets into a competitive situation, they meet the market. I'd rate it an eight out of ten in terms of pricing. It tends to be more expensive, but it works."
  • "The pricing is based on the number of users and is reasonable."
  • "I rate the solution a seven on a scale where one is cheap and ten is too expensive. In short, the solution falls under the higher side of pricing."
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    Answers from the Community
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    it_user719499 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user719499 (CEO with self employed)

    Here follow my inputs about your questions concerning SailPoint IQ and Oracle.


    1. As representatives of SailPoint told me in 2008, SailPoint IQ was designed in 2005 by reusing the functional and technical requirements of SocGen Corporate Investment Banking (I participated to the initial design in 2004 in Paris… we live in a small world).
    2. Oracle Identity Governance was formerly RBAC X purchased by Sun Microsystems then selected as the Identity Analytics components by Oracle.


    Both solutions are based on the Role Based Access Control model (RBAC) consisting of telling who occupies some business roles to be granted more or less consistent list of authorizations.

    This is a model of the second generation while the NIST envisioned up to 6 generations in 2009! So… it’s a pretty old model.


    If one succeeds to implement this model, then it is possible to tell:

    1. Who should have access to what by occupying a role that has to be mined with a half automated process that is pretty laboring and expensive,
    2. Who has ‘’out role’’ entitlements to be terminated. Reviews of entitlements can be focused on ‘’Out roles’’ and even if they don’t understand the descriptions of authorizations, managers can take a decision.



    If one large organization is willing to satisfy the core prerequisite of these 2 solutions, it is necessary:

    1. to spend 30 to 60 minutes for each department of an organization to mine User Roles and to associate a list of authorizations that are impossible to understand by any business analyst,
    2. then spend about an hour with each manager to validate the roles and associated entitlements (impossible to understand by managers as well),
    3. last but not least, implement the roles and lists of entitlements.


    Large organizations are totally unable to implement such an approach for following reasons:

    1. ..X for example used SailPoint IQ and mined 1.500 roles instead of estimated 15.000 (low estimation),
    2. ..X was unable to validate roles because managers could not understand labels of authorizations such as: ZZX00152, ZX215521, zz_top_group_senior,…
    3. it would have been:

    a. too long to make it for 126.000 employees / 10 team members in average = 12.600 work units located in about 100 countries * 30 minutes in average = 787 man days without vacations, travels, coordination!
    b. too expensive:

    i. 1 role analyst * 30 minutes in average * 80$ per hour * 12.600 units = 504.000$ for role mining only

    ii. 1 role analyst + 1 manager * 220$ per hour * 12.600 units = 2.772 K$ for role validation

    iii. Implementation of roles into IAM solution such as Oracle Identity Manager or IBM SIM is a technical thing that costs more…


    SailPoint and Oracle have nice features to add translations to entitlements.

    The thing is that where you have several ten thousand labels to translate…

    * it takes time and lots of $ before to deliver.
    * People around a table will take time to come to a shared understanding (if they are very motivated)


    * SailPoint proposes to use Risk Based approach and to add Risk Criteria to several ten thousands labels… (sic) to be considered from a Risk Standpoint…
    * Oracle proposes to use indicators and requests and to let managers think about a decision to be taken thanks to dashboards and reports. Some kind of Business Intelligence.


    1. ...X came to the conclusion that it was not possible to make it with SailPoint IQ alone. A custom algorithm is necessary to enhance SailPoint capabilities.

    2. The Gartner Group exposed the issue for the last 3 years. Advanced analytics and Self Learning systems will make it.

    3. We, at EasyPatternZ:

    a. are the first to make it with Artificial Intelligence.
    b. take about 5 seconds per work unit in average to deliver the answer to the question ‘’Who has access to what, why, whatever the circumstances’’ better and faster than any leader.
    c. made it 3 times since 2013. The Federal Government of Canada will qualify it between April and July this year with 23.000 employees.
    d. Are watched by USCIS.

    it_user757638 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user757638 (User)

    My experience in IAM is with HPE Aruba ClearPass & Cisco ISE. A couple of other competing products, such as the ForeScout and Auconet products that were evaluated at a high level, but didn’t progress further.

    I’m not at all familiar with Sailpoint IdentityIQ and Oracle Identity Governance and couldn’t provide any meaningful insight into either of them.

    it_user239730 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user239730 (Account Executive at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees)
    Real User

    I am not an SC so my response is very salesy :).

    Sailpiont is more of a next gen solution in the IAM space.

    If an organization was a huge Oracle shop I would have them consider Oracle – if not I would be heading to Sailpoint.

    *Sailpoint is as robust but does not have the legacy issues that Oracle has to deal with which makes it easier to implement/operate

    Sailpoint will also be lower in price.

    it_user587877 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user587877 (IAM governance and Process expert at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees)
    Real User

    Basically the question is 'what will you achive ?'. I agree with the comment above, Oracle is known to have a high TCO due to complexity. The fact is also that Oracle claims to ease the end-user experience but this mean a mandatory extensive preparation in order to provide users with accurate and in context information. Sailpoint IIQ is probably easier to implement and indeed is efficient in respect of RBAC and ABAC or preferably some kind of hybrid modeling. Don't forget IAM needs a very good preparation (analysis, modeling, inventory, classification, process analysis etc.) From my experience, IIQ is able to respond to complex needs and is far cheaper than Oracle and this allows to invest in added value activities (extra licence). Sorry if this is not a factual response in terms of pros & conts between OIG and IIQ but IIQ is more affordable and from my point of view covers all needed capabilities to build a strong IAM solution.

    it_user6567 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user6567 (Customer Relations at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees)

    I think at a high level, both are going to provide the same functions. You'll see the main differences in how one has to implement workflows, UIs, and rules. Where Oracle uses BPML, ADF and OES, respectively, SailPoint is more Java-centric, IMHO. I found OIG's SOD rule definition UI hard to use and some serious limitations in its hierarchal role model. I think SailPoint has surpassed OIG in its extensibility with the framework in its 7.0 release. I would definitely evaluate roadmap if you want to stay on-prem.

    Questions from the Community
    Top Answer:We don't have to go in and do a lot of the work that we did before. It may have saved us somewhere in the range of 10 to… more »
    Top Answer:My client deals directly with the Omada Identity team in terms of licensing. I never look at pricing, so I'm not aware… more »
    Top Answer:There are some technical bits and pieces that we have looked at that could be better. For instance, when you do a… more »
    Top Answer:Scalability-wise, I rate this solution a nine out of ten. Oracle Identity Governance is a scalable solution, without a… more »
    Top Answer:Oracle Identity Governance is an expensive solution. On a scale of one to ten, where one signifies a high price and ten… more »
    Top Answer:The user-friendliness of Oracle Identity Governance can be improved compared to other products. Also, though… more »
    Top Answer:We evaluated Sailpoint IdentityIQ before ultimately choosing CyberArk. Sailpoint Identity Platform is a solution to… more »
    Top Answer:The first valuable feature of the solution is its interface. The second feature of the solution is the level of… more »
    Top Answer:We pay an annual licensing cost for SailPoint IdentityIQ.
    Also Known As
    Omada Identity Suite, Omada Identity Cloud
    Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle IAM, Oracle Identity and Access Management Suite
    IdentityIQ, SailPoint IdentityNow
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    Omada Identity delivers an end-to-end identity and access management solution with essential identity governance functionality for secure, compliant, and efficient administration of all users' access rights across on-premises or cloud-based systems. The solution provides configurable best practice processes that covers all identity and access related scenarios from providing an access risk overview, management of identities lifecycle, to automated enforcement of policies.

    Oracle Identity Governance (OIG) is a very versatile and robust enterprise identity management solution that offers functional and business performance competence by supplying centralized administration and total automation of identity and client provisioning events throughout the organization and user applications. Oracle Identity Governance monitors the complete identity and role process to satisfy rapidly changing business and complex compliance regulations and quickly delivers critical reporting and compliance capabilities.

    Oracle Identity Governance is designed to easily identify which users have approved access to specific applications and other resources. It does this by using processes such as segregation of duties (SOD), role-based access control (RBAC), certifications, and access requests.

    Oracle Identity Governance Features

    • Self-service wizard: Oracle Identity Governance has worked to make the onboarding of applications significantly easier. It no longer takes numerous steps and technical expertise. The self-service wizard makes the process simple and user-friendly.

    • Self-service APIs: This gives Oracle Identity Governance users an improved user experience (UX). The REST APIs for user self-service can be used for both web and mobile users. Oracle Identity Governance users are easily able to view user accounts and roles, in addition to being able to complete self-service tasks such as forgotten passwords, registration, and more.

    • Certification: Oracle Identity Governance offers many certification options, such as a custom access reviewer, group reviewing support, and designate certifications by completed percentage. OIG can also focus on specific role access and anomalies for access beyond a user-defined role (UDF).

    • Integration connectors: Oracle Identity Governance has many integration connector options for both cloud and on-premises deployments. Popular categories include Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) and traditional and hybrid systems such as Fusion Applications (FA). OIG also integrates well with connectors to Database Application Tables (DBAT), scripting tools, and web services. OIG offers several integration connectors with many of today’s top SaaS applications, such as Dropbox, Google Apps, Office 365, ServiceNow, and WebEx.

    Reviews from Real Users

    The one thing that stands out was the automatic sign-out when an employee goes on vacation. Identity Governance can monitor when an employee goes on vacation and returns. We use this feature to automatically disable all the employee's accounts when they go on vacation, and they're automatically enabled when they come back. We can also automatically delete the employee's accounts when they're dismissed. Oracle has a model that gives you precise reports. It's called Crystal, and it's similar to JasperReports, so we can derive reports from this database. “ - Fabio L., Partner at a tech services company.

    “We are using Oracle Identity Manager for the management of the identity cycle. We have a human resources system as a source, and we have some custom-made applications as a destination of the changes in the identities. - A PeerSpot user who is a Project Manager at a government “

    SailPoint is the leader in identity security for the cloud enterprise. We’re committed to protecting businesses from the inherent risk that comes with providing technology access across today’s diverse and remote workforce. Our identity security solutions secure and enable thousands of companies worldwide, giving our customers unmatched visibility into the entirety of their digital workforce, and ensuring that each worker has the right access to do their job, no more, no less. With SailPoint at the foundation of their business, our customers can provision access with confidence, protect business assets at scale and ensure compliance with certainty.

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    Buyer's Guide
    Oracle Identity Governance vs. SailPoint IdentityIQ
    September 2023
    Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle Identity Governance vs. SailPoint IdentityIQ and other solutions. Updated: September 2023.
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    Oracle Identity Governance is ranked 4th in User Provisioning Software with 11 reviews while SailPoint IdentityIQ is ranked 1st in User Provisioning Software with 25 reviews. Oracle Identity Governance is rated 7.2, while SailPoint IdentityIQ is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of Oracle Identity Governance writes "A scalable solution designed to meet the requirements of medium and large-sized companies". On the other hand, the top reviewer of SailPoint IdentityIQ writes "Scales as per needs, and saves time with approval recommendations and automated approvals". Oracle Identity Governance is most compared with CyberArk Privileged Access Manager, One Identity Manager, Microsoft Identity Manager and Saviynt, whereas SailPoint IdentityIQ is most compared with Saviynt, Microsoft Entra ID, Okta Workforce Identity, One Identity Manager and Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine). See our Oracle Identity Governance vs. SailPoint IdentityIQ report.

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