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Oracle Internet Directory is a standards-based LDAP directory which leverages the scalability, high availability and security features of the Oracle database. OID enables you to efficiently administer the employees, customers, suppliers and partners that need access to your applications. The product provides a single, centralized repository for all user data.

                  Oracle Internet Directory is an integral part of Oracle Application Server security as the repository for user names and passwords.  However, OID is a complete directory service based on the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).  OID combines the capabilities of a directory service with the power and security of the Infrastructure repository Oracle database. 

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By the end of this training you will learn to:

Plan for, install, and configure Oracle Internet Directory 11.1.1.6.0 and Oracle Virtual Directory 11.1.1.6.0

Configure security for Oracle Internet Directory, including administering users and passwords, and configuring directory access controls

Configure Oracle Internet Directory for its various forms of synchronization and replication

Integrate Oracle Internet Directory with Microsoft Active Directory and Sun Java System Directory Server

Create and manage LDAP, database, local-store, Join View, and custom adapters

Use two advanced functionalities of Oracle Virtual Directory: routing and access control

Integrate Oracle Virtual Directory with Enterprise User Security (EUS)

Use Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control to perform auditing, monitoring, and logging with Oracle Internet Directory and Oracle Virtual Directory

Course Contents

Day 1

Review of the Oracle Directory Services 

Briefly review LDAP

Oracle Internet Directory

Oracle Virtual Directory foundation concepts covered in the Oracle Directory Services 

Oracle Internet Directory: Installation and Configuration 

Understand basic concepts of Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS)

Understand different Identity Management installation flows

Setup prerequisites for installing Oracle Internet Directory

Install Oracle WebLogic Server

Configure seeded database schemas using Repository Creation Utility

Install and Configure Oracle Internet Directory

Perform post installation validation checks

Perform steps to uninstall Oracle Internet Directory


Day 2

Oracle Internet Directory: Directory Server Administration 

Understand naming contexts

Manage knowledge references and referrals

Understand alias entries

Manage static and dynamic groups

Identify Oracle Internet Directory management tools

Understand Oracle Internet Directory process control architecture

Start and stop Oracle Internet Directory

Manage several users and passwords pertaining to OID

Oracle Internet Directory: Directory Security 

Understand different authentication modes

Configure Oracle Internet Directory password protection

Configure password policies

Understand password verifiers

Configure SSL for Oracle Internet Directory

Integrate with Transparent Data Encryption (TDE)

Integrate with Oracle Database Vault

Understand access control management 

Day 3

Oracle Directory Integration Platform: Synchronization Concepts

Explain the Oracle Directory Integration Platform synchronization service

Describe features and benefits of Oracle Directory Integration Platform synchronization services

Describe the security feature in the Oracle Directory Integration Platform

Explain connectors, profiles, and agents

Describe starting, stopping, debugging, and logging options of Oracle Directory Integration Platform

View and monitor the Directory Integration Platform using Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware control

 

Oracle Directory Integration Platform: Synchronization Services Administration

Explain the Oracle Directory Integration Platform synchronization process in detail

Register connectors to Oracle Internet Directory

Explain domain and attribute mapping rules

Describe the use of matching filters in profiles

Explain bootstrapping data into Oracle Internet Directory

Describe the synchronization of data from relational tables into Oracle Internet Directory

Troubleshoot issues with Oracle Directory Integration Platform synchronization services

Day 4

Integrating with Sun Java System Directory Server 

Identify supported directories for integration

Explain a deployment planning scenario

List generic third-party directory integration considerations

Explain Sun Java System Directory Server integration concepts

List limitations of third-party integrations

Explain express configuration

Integrate Oracle Internet Directory and Sun Java System Directory Server using a custom configuration

Integrating with Microsoft Active Directory 

Configure basic synchronization with Microsoft Active Directory

Configure advanced synchronization with Microsoft Active Directory

Import and export against multiple Microsoft Active Directory domains

Resolve foreign security principal references

Switch to a new Microsoft Active Directory Domain Controller within the same domain

Configure the Oracle password filter for Microsoft Active Directory

Day 5

Oracle Internet Directory: Replication Concepts 

Explain basic Oracle Internet Directory replication concepts

Explain different types of replica

Describe Replication Configuration Objects in Oracle Internet Directory

Describe the Oracle Internet Directory Replication architecture

Explain LDAP-based replication failover

Describe the conflict resolution mechanism in Oracle Internet Directory Replication

Describe filtering rules for partial replication

Oracle Internet Directory: Replication Implementation 

Understand Remtool

Explain rules for configuring LDAP-based Replication

Install and configure one-way, two-way, or MMR using LDAP Replication

Start the Oracle Internet Directory replication server

Add and delete the replication node based on Oracle LDAP replication

Configure LDAP-based replication using command-Line tools

Understand the Human Intervention Queue Management tool

Understand the oidcmprec tool

Installing, Configuring, and Launching Oracle Virtual Directory 

Explain the architecture of Oracle Virtual Directory

Identify hardware, software, and sizing requirements for installing and configuring Oracle Virtual Directory

Install and configure Oracle Virtual Directory’s two applications: Oracle Virtual Directory Server and Oracle Directory Services Manager

Launch Oracle Virtual Directory

Creating and Managing Basic Adapters 

Identify types of Oracle Virtual Directory adapters

Compare Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), database, and local-store adapters

Create unencrypted and encrypted LDAP adapters

Create a database adapter

Create a local-store adapter

Day 6

 

Creating and Managing Advanced Adapters 

Identify Join View and custom adapters

Configure and test a Join View adapter

Describe the functions of Java plug-ins and mappings

Identify and deploy predefined Java plug-ins and mappings

Create and test a custom adapter

Understanding Advanced Functionalities of Oracle Virtual Directory 

Define routing

Identify routing functions and concepts

Configure routing for Oracle Virtual Directory

Explain multi-tier authentication and access control

Compare types of authentication and access control Oracle Virtual Directory supports

Define, configure, and test Access Control Lists

Identify, configure, and test components and rules associated with Access Control Lists

Understanding Enterprise User Security (EUS) 

Identify traditional problems of managing databases

Explain how Enterprise User Security (EUS) helps a company simplify database management issues

Identify benefits of EUS

Describe how EUS and Oracle Internet Directory are used for password authentication

Discuss architecture of EUS and Oracle Virtual Directory

Compare two methods of authentication EUS supports with Oracle Virtual Directory: password and Kerberos

Describe strategies for implementing EUS

Explain how Oracle Virtual Directory integrates with EUS

Understanding Auditing, Monitoring, and Logging 

Identify auditing, monitoring, and logging

Discuss requirement and business challenges for audit solutions

Explain the Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework

Discuss how the Oracle Directory Services framework is used for monitoring purposes

Identify benefits of logging

Explain log files

Compare the Execution Context ID (ECID) and Relationship ID (RID)

Explain how to manage auditing, monitoring, and logging with Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

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Training Hours

 

Start Date: 22nd December 2018

Duration:6 Days

Training Schedule: 22, 23, 29, 30 Dec 2018 & 05 & 06th Jan 2019

Timing: 12:00 NOON GMT | 07:00AM EST | 4:00AM PST | 6:00AM CST | 5:00AM MST | 5:30PM IST  | 01:00PM GMT+1

Audience

System Analysts

Web Administrator

Support Engineer

Technical Administrator

Security Administrators

Oracle Internet Directory is an integral part of Oracle Application Server 10g?s security as the repository for user names and passwords.  However OID is a complete directory service based on the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).  OID combines the capabilities of a directory service with the power and security of the Infrastructure repository Oracle9i database. 

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