Oracle SCM Cloud: Cost Management Implementation
Duration : 3 Days (24 Hours)
Oracle SCM Cloud: Cost Management Implementation Course Overview:
The Oracle SCM Cloud: Cost Management Implementation certification verifies professionals’ proficiency in implementing Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud solutions. Encompassing cost management, inventory valuation, and costing methods, it demonstrates the ability to handle supply chain-related cost elements. Industries adopt this certification to recognize experts capable of optimizing Oracle’s SCM Cloud suite to ensure cost-effectiveness in production and distribution processes. Implementing Oracle SCM Cloud aids in balancing operational efficiency and cost control, enhancing overall performance.
- Access Management Administrators
- Security Administrators
- IT Professionals responsible for access control and security management
- System Administrators involved in Oracle Access Management 12c implementation and maintenance
- Professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge of access control fundamentals in Oracle Access Management 12c.
Learning Objectives of Oracle SCM Cloud: Cost Management Implementation:
1. Understand the concepts, features and architecture of Oracle Access Management 12c.
2. Set up a Weblogic domain and create OAM domain.
3. Understand the capabilities and security measures of Oracle Access Manager.
4. Configure OAM environment, Users and Roles, Authorization, Resources and Agents.
5. Configure Authentication, Authorization, Federation and Web Services Security.
6. Monitor, Troubleshoot and tune OAM environments.
7. Utilize OAM security components such as OAuth2 with OAM access tokens.
8. Configure OAM to integrate with SSO solutions such as LDAP, Kerberos, SAML and OID.
9. Secure web apps, SaaS apps and mobile apps with Oracle Access Management.
10. Implement security protocols within OAM using various features in OAM 12c.
Module 1: Overview of Access Manager
- Explain Oracle Access Manager run-time architecture
- Identify key Oracle Access Manager 12c PS3 features
- Explain the functional areas for each of the Oracle Access Management products
- Explain Oracle Access Manager overall architecture
- Explain the salient features of Oracle Access Manager
Module 2: Installation and Configuration
- Explain key definitions and terminologies
- Install Oracle Middleware Infrastructure
- Configure domain for Oracle Access Manager and Oracle HTTP Server
- Install Oracle Access Management
- Configure seeded database schemas by using the Repository Creation Utility
- Install Oracle HTTP Server
- Perform post-installation validation checks
Module 3: System Configuration: Servers, Datasources and Agents
- Extend Webgate with an option to enable Detached Credential Collection (DCC)
- Installing and Configuring Agents
- Manage Servers using OAM Administration Console and Oracle Web Logic Server Admin Console
- Registering Agents – OAM Admin Console, In-Band, Out-of-Band Understanding WLS Agents
- Manage agents using OAM Admin Console
Module 4: Policy Configuration: Shared Components and Application Domains
- Resource matching and Excluded resources
- Authentication Modules and Schemes
- Complex LDAP AuthZ and Response Filters, Authorization expressions
- Explain Access Control – Authentication and Authorization
Module 5: SSO and Session Management
- Sessions life cycle, caching and cookies
- Errors codes, information and password policy validation errors
- OAM single sign-on and single logout
- Customizing the login and logout pages
Module 6: Using Oracle Access Manager With WebLogic Applications
- Protecting WLS applications with OAM
- Identity assertion providers
- OAM authenticator
Module 7: Auditing and Logging
- Audited events and recorded data
- Configuring logging settings
- Generating audit reports
- Configure audit settings
- Locating and examining logging output
Module 8: Troubleshooting and Management
- Work with Access Tester
- Understand OAM specific WLST commands
- Server processes and charts
- Work with Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
- Identifying connectivity issues between agents and servers (impact of load balancers and firewalls)
Module 9: Using Oracle Access Manager in Hybrid Environments
- Explain how Identity Cloud Service is configured for OAM Authentication
- Explain how Oracle Access Management can provide Authentication to IDCS
- Understanding the Hybrid On-Premise and Cloud environment
Oracle SCM Cloud: Cost Management Implementation Course Prerequisites:
Prior experience working with Oracle Database technology.
• Basic understanding of Oracle Database architecture, backup recovery, and disaster recovery concepts.
• Familiarity with Oracle Database 19c Administration.
• Knowledge of SQL, PL/SQL, and UNIX/Linux.
• Familiarity with Oracle RMAN and Data Guard environments.
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