|flowers on my Kousa Dogwood tree|
We all want to extend a well deserved congratulations to the product teams on a job well done. We haven't been able to speak publicly about the internal betas and release candidates, but now that we can we get to say that engineering did a really good job extending the reach of the existing products and in creating an initial 11g release of OES that fits well with the rest of the product set.
- Oracle Internet Directory - an enterprise-scale LDAP directory that stores its data in Oracle Database
- Oracle Virtual Directory - a Virtual Directory that aggregates data from multiple sources (LDAP, Active Directory, databases and custom stores) and exposes it all to clients as a single unified LDAP directory.
- Oracle Identity Federation - a federation server that supports SAML, Liberty ID FF, WS-Federation, OpenID and Infocard.
- Oracle Access Manager - provides web Single Sign-On and access management
- Oracle Adaptive Access Manager - provides real time fraud detection and risk scoring plus web based strong authenticators
- Oracle Identity Manager - automates user and account management, provides self-service account tools and will automatically provision accounts to other systems, like LDAP and applications, based on workflow administrators define.
- Oracle Identity Navigator - a sort of portal providing a single place to go to access the consoles for all of the other IAM products.
- Oracle Entitlements Server - allows you to remove the authorization decision logic from your code and instead manage fine grained authorization policies centrally.
- Oracle Secure Token Service - allows you to take one security token and exchange it for another to support identity propagation in your SOA architecture. For example you might present the STS with a Single Sign-On cookie and request a SAML Assertion in exchange.