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Every organization, over the course of its life, deploys multiple IT applications to meet various IT needs. These applications often operate in silos, catering to specific requirements only. Over a period of time, admins will find it difficult to perform IT management tasks. For holistic IT management, it is prudent to integrate some of the critical applications so that IT management can be done from a single tool. To simplify Active Directory management, ManageEngine now offers integration of its AD management and reporting solution viz., ADManager Plus with some of the important IT applications such as:
Organizations can take advantage of ADManager Plus' integrations to enhance their SIEM, empower their help desk, and automatically synchronize user accounts between HR databases and AD.
With a help desk application, users can raise requests for various AD management actions. By integrating a help desk with ADManager Plus, help desk technicians can perform AD management tasks, such as creating users, deleting users, unlocking users, enabling or disabling users, and resetting user passwords, from the help desk. Since they can perform all AD tasks from one application, help desk technicians won't have to switch between multiple tools.
ServiceDesk Plus, integrated help desk and asset management software, helps IT teams manage IT tickets, hardware, and software efficiently. After configuring the settings in both ServiceDesk Plus and ADManager Plus, administrators can effortlessly perform AD management tasks from ServiceDesk Plus itself. Once a request is raised, IT administrators can perform AD management actions as shown in the figure alongside.
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ServiceNow is an application that helps in IT service management. After integrating with ADManager Plus, administrators can perform AD management actions from the ServiceNow console itself, as shown in the figure alongside.
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SIEM applications are capable of aggregating data from multiple sources and monitoring this information to prevent any kind of security issues. Since they're essentially chronological records of events occuring in devices, OSs, and applications, logs are one of the most important sources of data for any SIEM tool. Log analysis helps admins troubleshoot, ensure compliance with regulations, investigate security incidents, and more.
Securing AD is very important for organizations and AD audit logs play a critical role in this. By integrating ADManager Plus with a Syslog server, SIEM applications will receive real-time records of technicians' activity in AD. As shown in the figure alongside, ADManager Plus first sends audit logs to a Syslog server. These logs can then be used by SIEM applications to monitor and detect security issues in AD.
Databases are back-end storage for various front-end applications. Popular enterprise database systems include Oracle DB, My SQL, MS SQL, and DB2.
A common example of database usage is with HR applications. When HR personnel enter employee details into their HR application, this information gets stored in a database connected to the HR application. Once they've updated the HR application, HR personnel usually reach out to AD administrators for user account creation. However, after integrating ADManager Plus with their organization's databases, AD user accounts are automatically created based on the user data in the organization's databases.
As shown in the figure alongside, admins can schedule automation tasks in ADManager Plus to streamline user account creation. Here, administrators can configure an Oracle or MS SQL database as the data source for user information. That way, ADManager Plus can fetch user information from the configured database and create user accounts at a time scheduled by the administrator.
With a number of powerful integrations, ADManager Plus helps organizations by empowering their current applications. Interested in trying out this new integration feature in your organization? Download the latest version of ADManager Plus.
REST Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) provide a simple and convenient means to integrate applications irrespective of the syntax or platform used, thus providing a great deal of flexibility. ADManager Plus offers REST APIs to enable users of other applications such as help desk tools, to access ADManager Plus, and carry out the necessary AD user management tasks from their applications. Using these APIs, you can perform the following AD management operations from your application itself:
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ADManager Plus is now hosted on some of today's most popular public cloud computing platforms, which means users can reap the benefits of efficiently managing their Active Directory from the cloud. Based on your organization's preferences, you can use ADManager Plus from:
By integrating their applications, organizations can:
Fire a shotgun-shell of AD User Management Tasks in a Single Shot. Also use csv files to manage users. Effect bulk changes in the Active Directory, including configuring Exchange attributes.
Exhaustive reporting on Active Directory Users and user-attributes. Generate reports in user-activity in your Active Directory. Perform user-management actions right from the report interface!
Active Directory reports to assist you for compliance to Government Regulatory Acts like SOX, HIPAA, GLBA, PCI, USA PATRIOT...and much more! Make your organization compliance-perfect!
A mini Active Directory ticket-management and compliance toolkit right within ADManager Plus! Define a rigid yet flexible constitution for every task in your AD. Tighten the reins of your AD Security.
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