Okta is the Identity Standard, securing all your critical resources from cloud to ground. Learn how Identity and Access Management (IAM) addresses modern security threats and reduces IT friction.
In this self-paced course, we introduce the framework of IAM and its evolution in the workplace. Since the workplace and the workforce have transformed in the last ten years—think remote employees accessing their email on their smart phone on the way to work—organizations quickly realized they needed to manage the digital identities of their employees, contractors, and partners in a more secure manner.
After this course, you will be able to:
- Review directories basics and their role in IAM.
- Explain the evolution of Single Sign-On.
- Define the process involved in Identity Federation.
- Understand the Lifecycle Management challenges that IT and HR teams deal with daily.
- Identify the benefits of Multi-factor Authentication (MFA).
Are you preparing for the Okta Professional Certification Exam? Take this course as part of the Okta Basics Curriculum.Register
Relevant RoleAdministrator + IAM Professional
Recommended forOkta Certified Professional Certification
Relevant ProductsSingle Sign-On + Adaptive Multi-factor Authentication + Lifecycle Management
Cost$0 USD / seat
- For private class inquiries, contact us.
Frequently Asked Questions
What courses are offered?
At Okta, we have a lot of professionally developed training programs in place that are very effective at teaching our customers + partners about the technical aspects of the products we offer. Whether you’re an Administrator, Developer, or Implementation Consultant, Okta Training is easy to navigate!
The recommended learning path is to begin with the Hands-on Instructor-led Training (ILT) Labs designed for your role. In these courses, you’ll learn best practices and get realistic product experience with simulated Okta environments that support lecture and interactive activities.
You can continue with a self-paced learning approach with our basic product overview videos. In the Okta Help Center you’ll find Documentation and Training Videos, like the New Feature Release Video Series which will keep you in the know on what’s new in the product on a monthly basis.
Where can I find the schedule of Live training classes?
To accommodate our global customer base, we have scheduled virtual live classes in EMEA, APAC, and North American friendly time zones. The complete Instructor-led training schedule is published on the Hands-On Training page. To view the full schedule select Learn More and Register from there!
How do I register?
We offer a variety of self-service (on-demand) courses and curriculums. To view these options, click here and change the Learning Method filter to On-demand. You can view any of the self-paced classes clicking on the Register button and completing your registration.
Seats in our Hands-On Instructor-led Labs are first come first serve, and enrollment will be confirmed once billing and registrant information is received in full. To purchase a seat simply select the Register button, add the class to your Shopping Cart and Place Your Order. We’ll get working on your Training request and will be in touch within one business day.
Private Class registration is not available on the public site. If you are attending a Private Class, we have a special registration area just for your team. If you’re not sure where to go, email [email protected] and we will take care of everything for you.
How much do courses cost?
Okta customers can access Okta Basics Curriculum for free, but Hands-on Instructor-led courses cost money. Once you have identified which course you are interested in, select the Learn More button to view the cost for each course you are interested in. We are delighted to offer discounted pricing for Non-profit 501(c)3, Premier, Premier Access, and Premier Plus Success customers on some courses.
We can also arrange Private Classes for your team at a daily rate. Custom or tailored training must be scoped to your needs and sold prior to scheduling the delivery. Email [email protected] to get the ball rolling.
Who can enroll in Hands-on training courses?
Okta customers, prospects, and partners can purchase Hands-on Instructor-led training classes.
I’m registered for a Hands-on training class. Do you mind if a colleague looks over my shoulder?
We have to be clear about this one: Each training seat is like an individual license, assigned to just one student. Confirmed students are the only people who may attend the training. Sharing the training event with others in any way is expressly prohibited. Confirmed students are the only people who will receive course materials for the specified class.
What happens if I miss a Hands-on course I’ve registered for?
Please read our Training Terms to be familiar with our registration change and cancellation terms and penalties.
How do I attend my training session?
Accessing the Okta Virtual Classroom is easy! Once registered, you’ll receive a confirmation email from us with a calendar invite. You will also receive and email reminder 24 hours, 1 hour, and 30-15 minutes before the class starts. Each of these emails will include instructions on how to launch the class. You can also launch your class from the Transcript page of your Okta Learning Portal’s Learning.Check out these tips for Virtual Classroom Success to ensure your training experience is awesome.
How do I access training videos?
The Okta Help Center includes an extensive library of training videos and knowledge base articles, available whenever you feel the urge.
How long do virtual training sessions last?
Class lengths vary, depending on the course. Check your course schedule for beginning and end times.
Is virtual training interactive?
All virtual classes are highly interactive. The include a variety of lectures, application demonstrations, and question-and-answer sessions with a live instructor. Premium courses include access to an online lab environment where you will complete hands-on learning activities.
Do virtual classes have breaks?
Don’t worry, your live instructor is human, and also has to eat and take care of business. Each session includes scheduled breaks, which will be reviewed at the beginning of the course.
What do I need to bring to class?
Other than your questions and your sharp intellect, you will need the following to fully participate in class:
- A computer with a good Internet connection.
- An audio connection: Either a telephone, or a headset and microphone for VoIP connection.
- A keyboard and mouse, to complete online labs and answer instructor polls in Premium courses.
- We strongly recommend using a large monitor or dual monitor setup for Premium ILT Lab courses, so you can split your screen and more easily follow lab instructions during hands-on activities. You will also need a keyboard and mouse, to complete online labs and answer instructor polls in Premium courses.
What is your cancellation policy?
Okta training fees for Hands-on Training are non-refundable. Registrations for Hands-on Training may be rescheduled or canceled without penalty up to five business days prior to the class start-date. If you fail to show up for a class you registered for, you forfeit your registration fee. Sorry, but we can’t apply forfeited or no-show fees to future classes. Please read our Training Terms to learn more about our cancellation and change policy.
How can I cancel or change my registration?
Email [email protected], and include your full name, course name, date, and your request to cancel or reschedule. In accordance with our Training Terms changes must be made at least five business days prior to the start of the training class in order to avoid the penalty of forfeiting your training seat.
How much time do I have to use my course seat?
You have one (1) year after purchase to complete your course, unless otherwise specified by the terms of the sales agreement. If you wait longer than that, you forfeit your seat.
Can someone else in my company take my seat in a class?
Absolutely, just let us know. Registered class attendee(s) may be substituted without charge.