InfoSphere Optim Performance Manager Security – Part 1: Web console access and Managing privileges

This video is the first of two-part series that discusses the security feature in version 5.3 of the InfoSphere Optim Performance Manager (OPM).

Thuan Bui (, Technical Enablement Specialist, IBM

Thuan BuiThuan Bui has worked at IBM for more than 25 years in development, quality assurance, customer support, performance, and management positions in database and data management technology. He currently works on the IBM Optim Solutions Technical Enablement team at Silicon Valley Lab, California.

Marichu Scanlon ( ), Technical Enablement Specialist: IM.Distributed Database, IBM

Marichu Scanlon is a member of the Optim Tools Enablement Team at the IBM Silicon Valley Laboratory in San Jose, CA. She has actively participated in presenting, demoing, and assisting customers with deploying several Optim Tools products such as, InfoSphere Optim Performance Manager, InfoSphere Optim Query Workload Tuner and InfoSphere Optim Configuration Manager. Before joining the enablement team, she was the team lead for the Data Studio Continuing Engineering team. She was also a member of Data Studio's SQL and Routine tooling development.

02 October 2013

In this first part, we will go over the OPM architecture and security concept, and then go through the authorization processes for the web console access and managing repository and monitored databases privileges. In the second part, we will go through the authorization process for OPM custom reports and access to the repository.

We would like to thank Holly Hayes for reviewing the contents and Marcia Miskimen for the environment set up.


15 minutes 48 seconds


Demo transcriptOPMSecurity_Part1_Transcript34KB


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