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Webcast: (ISC)2 and Oracle— Optimizing Directory Architecture for Mobile Devices and Applications

Directories are the data stores of all modern Identity Management systems. Traditional directory architecture focused on a low number of directory writes and a very high level of reads. The advent of mobile devices and applications has dramatically changed the access load patterns on modern directories. Mobile applications are connected 24/7 and brings significant new features such as location-based services. This has created a new performance demand for an increased number of directory writes and updates.

Join (ISC)2 and Oracle for Part 2 of our Security Briefings series where moderator Brandon Dunlap and Etienne Remillon examine how load patterns are changing best practices to install and how to optimize your directory architecture to meet the demand.

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(ISC)2 members earn a free CPE (Continuing Professional Education) credit for this one hour webcast.


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“(ISC)2 and Oracle— Optimizing Directory Architecture for Mobile Devices and Applications”

Brandon Dunlap
Brandon Dunlap
Managing Director, Research

Etienne Remillon
Etienne Remillon
Senior Principal Product Manager,
Identity Management,
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