Job Description

MICROSOFT IDENTITY MANAGER 2016 AND MIM 2016 PRIVILEGED ACCESS MANAGEMENT (MIM / FIM ) NEED IMMEDIATE JOINERS PROFILES ONLY.
7.00 to 10.00 Years
3
NOIDA [India]
IT
25/09/2020
29/10/2020
Job location – Noida \ Bangalore.Please find the JD below: Should have 7+ years’ experience in Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 and MIM 2016 Privileged Access Management (MIM / FIM associate security consultant role) Should have a good understanding of Identity and Access Management platform framework and functions. Should have good experience with Implementing, supporting, and maintaining of FIM 2010 R2 / MIM 2016 Should have a good understanding of FIM architecture overview and its components Should have a good understanding of Microsoft Identity, Access and Governance platform. Should have good working knowledge on SQL Database, SQL reporting Services and SQL operation related to FIM/ MIM Should have good knowledge and understanding on Windows Active Directory Services, ADFS, and optionally on Azure Active Directory which would be a value add. Should have knowledge and experience to Integrate AD, UNIX, Domino, e-Directory, SAP platform with FIM solution Should have skills on Designing and implementing SET, MPR, WORKFLOW in FIM Portal and synchronization process in FIM to integrate Source and Target Platforms Should have developer experience working on Programming Language and development platforms including C#, VB, VB.NET to write scripts, codes, DLLs (required for FIM 2010/ MIM 2010 customization and operations). Good to have skills and experience on Windows PowerShell required for development and scripting. Should be well versed with Different type of MA Creations, FIM Schema updating, Data & Attribute Flow setup, Understanding of Sync rule, Configure run profiles and.dll extension file setup configuration for Advance Sync rules Should have experience for Troubleshooting on MA agent sync and connectivity issues Should have the experience to troubleshoot and resolve redundant data and duplicate data duplication synchronization issues