G Suite bulk deprovisioning is easy with PeopleNexus. Deprovision different kinds of data either in an ad-hoc manner or in “hands-free” processes at whatever frequency you wish. This is a great way to get consistent G Suite data and keep your directory aligned with your systems of record.
Bulk Deprovision Different Kinds of G Suite Data
Perform bulk deprovisioning actions in G Suite for different directory objects.
Grab Data From Multiple Data Sources at Whatever Frequency you Want
Funnel data into your deprovisioning processes from multiple data sources. Schedule processes to run with whatever frequency you want to run them “hands-free” or run ad-hoc jobs manually. You define the fields that come in from your data source and how they are combined and used to fill attributes in your directory.
Transform Input Data Any Way You Want and Put it Where You Want
Transform data from your bulk data sources. In the deprovisioning process, this might involve setting certain directory attributes associated with the time and the status of the deprovisioned user.
After your data is exactly how you want it, you can put it into any attribute you want no matter the object you’re deprovisioning.
Everybody’s deprovisioning process differs slightly. PeoplePlatform allows you to configure business rules to enable you to do what you need. When deprovisioning users, for example, most opt to move them, disable them and remove their group membership. At the other extreme, you might want the objects removed immediately. Configure different rules for different situations or stick with the defaults.
Record Keeping and Notifications
Optional notifications when an object is deprovisioned. Often with bulk processes, however, you only want a notification if an exception occurs. Configuring this is also possible. Email templates are fully configurable and can include raw or transformed data from the deprovisioning process. You can have different emails go out to different people– as many as are needed. Full record keeping of deprovisioning actions by user, object, and platform.