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#Oracle #OIF controlling the authentication method #SAML #IDM

I am working with a client today who has Oracle Identity Federation (OIF) 11g configured with Oracle Access Manager (OAM) 10g as the default Authentication Engine.  With this configuration the authentication module is dictated by the OAM policy configuration.  If you set the OAM policy (the policy that protects the /fed/user/authnoam resource) to IWA then […]

SSH Tunnel (of love) from OS X to EC2

So, this is not my “typical” IDM post but I wanted to save this for my own future reference. Scenario: Working from Mac OS X desktop and connecting to an EC2 (Redhat) instance over SSH.  I am installing and configuring Symfony which requires (strongly desires) that you connect to the config.php script from localhost (127.0.0.1). […]

Virtual Identity Server for Office 365 – OptimalIDM

I just got this from my friends at OptimalIDM and wanted to share this news. OptimalIDM is formally announcing their Virtual Identity Server for Office 365 via a press release at 9:00 a.m. this morning. VIS for Office 365 adds a ton of features and support to Office 365 such as: ·         Users can exist anywhere (i.e. eDirectory) […]

Hardware Load Balancers #Oracle #IdM #OAM

Many people ask how they should implement hardware-based load balancers into an Oracle Access Manager (OAM) implementation. As a rule of thumb: load balancers should be placed in front of the web/application servers where the web gates are installed (i.e., between the browser and the web server) and that is it. OAM has built-in load […]

Bash Script to set up Oracle Identity Environment on Linux

#!/bin/bash ############################################################# # Created on: 2/17/09 # Last Updated: 07/09/09 # Version 2.1.6 ############################################################# #clear the screen clear #check for root user (this script must be run as root) if [[ $EUID -ne 0 ]]; then echo “This script must be run as root” 1>&2 exit 1 fi # Confirm Start of Installation echo -n […]