IBMAr Security Access Manager is a modular, integrated access management appliance that helps secure access to web, mobile, and cloud workloads. It is offered both as a physical appliance and as a virtual appliance image that runs on several popular hypervisors. The integrated appliance form factor enables easier and more flexible deployment and maintenance. This IBM RedpaperTM publication describes the different Security Access Manager Appliance V9.0 deployment patterns and uses hands-on examples to demonstrate how to initially configure systems in those deployments. It also describes various deployment considerations, such as networking, high-availability, performance, disaster recovery, and scalability. All of these deployment patterns are covered within the context of realistic business scenarios. This paper is especially helpful to Security Access Manager architects and deployment specialists.Security Access Manager Advanced Access Control grants the access token and scope. ... access. to. API. services. This scenario enhances previous use case to include Advanced Access Control capabilities using API Management. ... mobile apps that are running on devices Security Access Manager (SAM) administrators Administers appliance instances, configuration of components, and access policy anbsp;...
|Title||:||IBM Security Access Manager Appliance Deployment Patterns|
|Author||:||Shahnawaz Backer, James Darwin, Vasfi Gucer, Chris Hockings, Trevor Norvill, Nilesh Patel, Martin Schmidt, Asha Shivalingaiah, Serge Vereecke, IBM Redbooks|
|Publisher||:||IBM Redbooks - 2015-11-02|