Prolifics

  • ISAM automation resource

    Job ID
    2019-3532
    Department
    Security – Identity and Access Management
    Location
    Hartford,CT
  • Overview

    Contract Opportunity for Tivoli Federated Identity Manager and IBM Security Access Manager developer/migration specialist. A strong candidate will have experience in migrations from TFIM to ISAM 9.x.

                                                     

    The candidate will help plan, design, and lead hands on migration activities to move TFIM customized federations and policies to ISAM for a large number of federations. The developer will help translate custom code in TFIM/Java to ISAM using InfoMap/JavaScript. The candidate will support migration testing and deployment. Knowledge of DevOps best practices for ISAM and Ansible are desirable.

     

    The candidate should have expert knowledge of all ISAM 9 components including Policies, RP, AAC, InfoMap and federation protocols such as SAML and OAuth. 

     

    Skills:

    • TFIM custom development and configuration
    • ISAM administration and configuration
    • ISAM AAC features and flow.
    • Java and EAI development experience
    • SAML, OAuth protocol expertise
    • Strong JavaScript skills
    • Ansible and ISAM administration APIs knowledge

    About US

     

    For over 35 years, Prolifics has experienced continued growth and recognition for its expertise as a global IT services company.  Prolifics provides end-to-end services including architectural advisement, design, development, deployment and testing of BPM, Integration, Security, and Content and Collaboration solutions and has garnered several awards for technical excellence. By combining application frameworks and prebuilt components as well as custom development expertise and a global delivery model, Prolifics helps organizations decrease risk in complex software investments while improving time to market through project management and oversight.

     

     

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