OIM Architecture

. Oracle Identity Manager (OIM) is a product from Oracle Identity Management Stack (acquired from Thor Xellerate) that handles user provisioning, Creating/Removing/Managing Access Privileges from Users, Reconciliation and request processing(using workflow).
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OIM is J2EE (for provisioning, request processing and job scheduling) and Web-based (profile management and delegated administration) application. OIM is j2ee based application deployed on J2EE compliant application server (WebLogic, Tomcat, IBM WebSphere) and repository in relational database (Oracle, MySQL) For OIM certification matrix (certified O.S., WebServer, Database) Click Here 9.1.0.2 is latest available version for OIM (as of June 2010). .

JMS. CRM. 3. Optional component to be deployed on target machine) . OC4J. Design Console includes Dynamic Presentation Layer. ACF2…) and Active Directory Password Synchronization h) Quartz . This layer holds logic to generate dynamic pages for Administrative Console. Request Processing and Scheduled Jobs) g) Remote Manager (aka Agent . WebSphere. JBoss.is a J2EE scheduling product which comes as part of Oracle Identity Manager . For overview of Oracle Identity Manager installation click here . CA. Reconciliation. provisioning and delegated administration) f) J2EE-based application (uses EJB. Presentation Layer (Client Side)a) Administrative Console.Stand-alone Java application running at client PC and interacting directly with Identity Manager 2. Backend System/Integration Layer (Logical Component) i) Database to hold OIM schema and repository . mainframes. Various logical layers in OIM’s N-Tier architecture are 1. LDAP Servers which integrates with OIM for user provisioning or reconciliation (These systems are external and not part of OIM component) . XML. Business Logic Layer/ Server Tier (Logical Component) This layer is interface between presentation/dynamic presentation layer and data layer(OIM repository) or integration layer (Connecting to external sources like ERP/CRM/mainframes) d) J2EE application server(EJB and other J2EE technology): Supported J2EE application servers are WebLogic.used only by Advanced Mainframe connectors (IBM RACF. Dynamic Presentation Logic Layer (Logical Component)c) WebServer (serving JSP. .Certified databases are Oracle and MS-SQL j) Backend systems (aka resources in OIM terminology) like ERP. JDBC and JNDI) deployed on J2EE application server (for Provisioning.Web Browser-based application running on client PC b) Design Console . XSL …). 4. Servlets.. e) Web-based application deployed on J2EE application server (for profile/password management.

Related   Oracle Identity Manager Architecture Whitepaper Oracle Identity Manager Concepts Guide ..

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