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OS GIR - Magenta Open Source IT

Process start in 1-2-3

In the implementation of OS GIR, a typical project contains three phases – Installation and cleansing, analysis and prioritization, and finally, automation. On this page we will illustrate the implementation process from start to finish.

OS GIR brings you complete control over the people connected to your organization whether they are employees, externals, volunteers, interns, etc. It also enables the possibility of planning organizational changes and maintaining numerous organizations within your organization – especially if you must handle a complex matrix or agile organization. Read more about the key benefits of OS GIR here

OS GIR - Magenta Open Source IT

Process start in 1-2-3

In the implementation of OS GIR, a typical project contains three phases – Installation and cleansing, analysis and prioritization, and finally, automation. On this page we will illustrate the implementation process from start to finish.

OS GIR brings you complete control over the people connected to your organization whether they are employees, externals, volunteers, interns, etc. It also enables the possibility of planning organizational changes and maintaining many organizations within your organization – especially if you must handle a complex matrix or agile organization. Read more about the key benefits of OS GIR here.

To get started with OS GIR and take advantage of the benefits of the system, the three phases need to be completed:

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To get started with OS GIR and take advantage of the benefits of the system, the three phases need to be completed:

1

Install and cleanse

Install and populate OS GIR to clean up data and consolidate identities

In this step OS GIR is installed, and data are consolidated from various identity sources.

The purpose is to establish a ‘well of truth’ and thus enabling the diffusion of identities into other it-systems, e.g. an IGA platform.

Different branches of the organization are also ingested to get the full overview and to enable management of the organizations.

2

Analyze and prioritize

Scrutinize the system landscape and the workflow processes

The system landscape is mapped and system integrations are identified.

A GAP analysis pertaining to workflow processes is established in order to define a to-be state.

The results of the analyses will define the next step, ‘Automate’.

3

Automate

Development of system integrations and automation of processes

This step depends on the analyses in the previous step.

Both system and workflow processes will be underpinned, and automation will occur.

The bullets below give examples of automated processes.



  • Infrastructural setup and security
  • Installation of OS GIR as-is
  • Data clean-up and test
  • Ingestion of cleansed identities and organizational units
  • Enrichment of data from other sources
  • Heightened data quality
  • System landscape analysis
  • Workflow process analysis
  • Definition of data model and organizational principles
  • Governance and policy creation
  • Prioritized action plan
  • Continuous ingest from HR/ERP
  • Integration with IGA platform, cantine system, Active Directory(s)
  • Identity attestations
  • Organizational diagram on the intranet
  • Automatic termination of licenses and system accesses
  • Request management

1

Install and cleanse

Install and populate OS GIR to clean up data and consolidate identities

In this step OS GIR is installed, and data are consolidated from various identity sources.

The purpose is to establish a ‘well of truth’ and thus enabling the diffusion of identities into other it-systems, e.g. and IGA platform.

Different branches of the organization are also ingested to get the full overview and to enable management of the organizations.

  • Infrastructural setup and security
  • Installation of OS GIR as-is
  • Data clean-up and test
  • Ingest of cleansed identities and organizational units
  • Enrichment of data from other sources
  • Heighten data quality

2

Analyze and prioritize

Scrutinize the system landscape and the workflow processes

The system landscape is mapped and system intergrations are identified.

A GAP analysis pertaining to workflow processes is established in order to define a to-be state.

The results of the analyses will define the next step, ‘Automate’.

  • System landscape analysis
  • Workflow process analysis
  • Define data model and organizational principles
  • Governance and policy creation
  • Prioritized action plan

3

Automate

Development of system integrations and automation of processes

This step depends on the analyses in the previous step.

Both system and workflow processes will be underpinned, and automation will occur.

The bullets below give examples of automated processes.



  • Continuous ingest from HR/ERP
  • Integration with IGA platform, cantine system, Active Directory(s)
  • Identity attestations
  • Organizational diagram on the intranet
  • Automatic termination of licenses and system accesses
  • Request processes

Our delivery model

Magenta presents a delivery model for agile development.

Processes within os gir

All processes within the OS GIR system are described and divided into five categories:

|    Processes pertaining to Organizations      |     Processes pertaining to Identities    |      Advanced processes in the UI  |

|    Advanced processes in the External UI    |   Advanced processes regarding data imports and exports     |

Download the file and read about the processes within OS GIR here:

Processes in OSGIR