Jellyfish Training CentreWe offer training through several delivery methods, including online demonstration videos and user guides. Our user guides have been designed for administrators to get a detailed understanding of the technical elements integrating identity, credentials and access management and enabling the creation of automatic workflows. Our online video’s shows some of the features of Jellyfish. Importantly, you will see how simple and easy Jellyfish is to operate and how it passes data through disparate systems and uses triggers on one platform to impact another.
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This feature encompasses alerts from Endpoint Security services (Anti-Virus/Malware), Audit (SIEM) services, Physical Access Control Systems, any Domain Violations detected from Certificate Authorities.
Autoenrolment module for Linux allows Linux machines to auto enrol and renew digital certificate. The module leverages Simple Certificate Enrolment Protocol and Certmonger to achieve certificate request and enrolment.
The Outlook desktop application can also use the email encryption proxy, with no extra setup required. This means that an organisation can easily integrate email encryption into their current O365 services.
The identity management module includes a search tool, and functions to create user, create device and create role.
The monitoring page contains detailed information about all hosts and services that are currently monitored within your infrastructure.
The self service module enables features such as changing the current user’s password and managing the current user’s account, These features reduce the burden on service desk staff within an organisation.
The infrastructure alerts feature illustrates the status of your entire infrastructure, as well as any outstanding alerts or issues with services, hosts, and any other checks you may be performing on your environment.
Audit information allows you to see overall activity of your environment, and to act should any anomalies be found.
Email gateway encryption allows organisations to encrypt their emails before it gets stored on the Microsoft server.
The Key Management Modules enables features including certificate download, accessing HSM objects, and accessing HSM tokens.
The physical access management module includes the endpoint overview page, which shows the number of end points (devices, servers, workstations, etc.) that are connected or disconnected from the service, the number of endpoints out of date and how many have and have not been scanned recently.
The support module within Jellyfish enables users to change another user’s password, manage user accounts, create a support ticket, search for a specific support ticket, edit a specific support ticket and delete a specific support ticket.
The anonymous portal allows a certificate to be obtained without authenticating the Jellyfish website.
Jellyfish’s autoenrolment module for Windows allows auto enrol and renew of digital certificates on Windows machines for both Machine and User certificates including smartcard and virtual smartcard.
Within the credential management module, functions including search, issuing user certificates, issuing device certificates and pre-generating a certificate signing request can be performed.
The mobile device management module includes features to issue a device certificate and search for mobile devices.
The reporting module contains pages including the current invoice report page, and the current usage report page, and allows specific invoices to be downloaded.
The workflow module allows users to view pending role approvals, this is useful for users within approval positions, where they may be expected to approve role, group, and other attribute changes to users within the Identity Manager.