Oracle Ships ID-, Access-Management System

The suite spans a number of Oracle's homegrown and acquired technologies, including Web access control, identity administration, user provisioning, federated identity management, and directory services.



Oracle Corp. on Tuesday released the Identity and Access Management Suite, an integrated set of products for protecting IT systems from hackers.

The suite spans a number of Oracle homegrown and acquired technologies that include Web access control, identity administration, user provisioning, federated identity management and directory services. Customers have the option of deploying the entire suite or individual components.

Specific products include the COREid Access and Identity, which provides Web single sign-on, policy-based authentication, password administration and other features. The COREid Federation is an identity federation server that provides cross-domain single sign-on.

The Xellerate Identity Provisioning system automatically manages users' access privileges within heterogeneous environments, and the Virtual Directory, provides LDAP transformation, proxy and routing capabilities for identity information found in directories and databases.

Finally, the Internet Directory offers a user repository for simplifying user administration in the Oracle environment and providing a standards-based LDAP directory for heterogeneous environments.

Pricing was not released.

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