At Identropy, we’ve implemented more SailPoint Projects than we can count. Unfortunately, many are rescue missions (where previous technologists could have done a better job) – and the first thing our technical team performs is a 9-point health check.


DIY-SailpointIIQ-HealthCheck ImageThis free Do-it-Yourself SailPoint Healthcheck Overview includes:

- Optimum performance of an IIQ installation depends on a range of factors.
- Environmental details, infrastructure set up, product/application configuration, data integrity and quality could all impact stability and end-user experience.
- The following slides list quick and easy steps to monitor the health of your installation, identify misconfigurations and potentially improve performance.
- All of these checks should take < 60 minutes to perform.


Although performing the health check is not terribly complex, most administrators who are new to SailPoint may not know where to look. This document is a DIY (do-it-yourself) guide to enable your team to perform a health check on their own. Of course, Identropy's team of experts is here to help if you need it.



Eric Carrera

Eric Carrera

Since joining Identropy, I’ve enjoyed helping the company grow through its Professional Services, its Managed Services, and all of the the general bootstrapping that a young company required. I’m very passionate about technology, and one of the best things about startups is having the flexibility (sometimes out of necessity) to find innovative ways to apply technology to solve problems. I’m also very passionate about food, and thankfully, equally love to cook. If you ever start a conversation with me about food or tech, you’ll have me talking to you all night.