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Creating a secure application environment requires integration of existing user identity information. For some companies, that information is contained in databases. Others use LDAP directories or Windows Domains. For most, this information is scattered across multiple locations and multiple services. Oracle Virtual Directory provides Internet and industry-standard LDAP and XML views of existing enterprise identity information, without synchronizing or moving data from its native locations. This accelerates the deployment of applications and reduces costs by eliminating the need to constantly adapt those applications to a changing identity landscape as user populations are added, changed, or removed.
Oracle Virtual Directory 11g improves the industry's most flexible identity service by providing enterprise-grade monitoring and deployment accelerators.
This case study shows how Rubicon Red uses Oracle Directory Services to enable Powercor to simplify their SOA deployment and reduce time to market.
This whitepaper describes how Oracle Virtual Directory (OVD) has enabled Highmark to reduce the time it took to deploy its new access management solution and portal applications. OVD also enabled Highmark to clean up its identity data without needing to change the existing source systems
This whitepaper explains how Chick-fil-A used Oracle Virtual Directory to accelerate time-to-market for new application deployments and reduce the number of identity stores and the amount of identity data synchronization.
This whitepaper explains how MKB Bank used Oracle Virtual Directory to centralize Oracle database authentication
This zip contains the LDIF of the schema extensions used with Active Directory and EUS. They come with OVD, however they are provided here to simplify sharing with an organization's AD administrator for review.
This white paper contains instructions on how to write custom plug-ins for OVD 11g
This extension enables developer's to build their own custom IGF ArisId identity beans.