Tuesday, December 12, 2006

High Level TAM Architecture

As we have been gathering information about our applications and trying to flush out special attributes and group information that these applications require we are starting to develop our high level TAM architecture. If you click the Read More you will see what we have come up with so far. At least this is what we are trying to achieve with the access management system. As we continue on through the discovery process we will alter the drawing as need be. Using this as a guide really helps when trying to explain to application support people what it is we are trying to do.

Although not having a full understanding of TAMs capabilities is tough. I'll be learning more in the days and weeks ahead. I'm beginning to get more interested in more "down in the weeds" stuff like what does it really take for an application to be "TAM enabled". How exactly does the Access Control info get passed to the application and such. More on that later...

High Level Architecture:

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