Oracle Unified Directory 11g R2: Administration Ed 2

Duration : 5 Days (40 Hours)

Oracle Unified Directory 11g R2: Administration Ed 2 Course Overview:

The Oracle Unified Directory 11g R2 Administration Ed 2 course is a part of the Oracle Certified Professional (OCP), Oracle Identity Management 11g certification. This hands-on training provides comprehensive knowledge of administering Oracle Unified Directory 11g. It covers advanced concepts such as database tier setup, data replication, load balancing, failover, clustering, and performance monitoring. The course focuses on best practices for administering and maintaining Oracle Unified Directory, enabling IT professionals to develop, deploy, and manage it effectively. By the end of the course, participants should be skilled in deploying, configuring, and managing Oracle Unified Directory to support application growth and scalability, utilizing best practices for administration.

Intended Audience:

  1. System Administrators
  2. Database Administrators
  3. Developers
  4. System Integrators
  5. Technical Consultants
  6. Anyone interested in learning about the Oracle Unified Directory 11g R2 directory platform

Learning Objectives of Oracle Unified Directory 11g R2: Administration Ed 2:

1. Develop competency in configuring and managing Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) 11g R2.
2. Learn to install and configure OUD and the Directory Services components of Oracle Fusion Middleware such as Oracle Internet Directory, Oracle Virtual Directory, and Oracle Directory Replication Server.
3. Gain familiarity with OUD communication protocols, including LDAPv3, OIDSync, Replication and Change Logging, and tune performance.
4. Master skills to back up OUD, set up secure connections, set up notices, setting up data views and notifications, as well as delegating administrative control through roles and accounts.
5. Learn how to audit and troubleshoot OUD components and use log files.
6. Become knowledgeable with the new features of OUD 11g R2, including Kerberos-enabled authentication and Command Line Interface (CLI).

 Module 1: Introduction to OUD
  • Overview of Identity Management
  • Overview of Directory Services
  • Key Features of OUD
  • Functional Aspects of OUD
  • Technical differences between OUD and OID
  • Technical differences between OUD and ODSEE
  • Hardware and Software Requirements of OUD
  • OUD Architecture
  • Installing OUD
  • Configuring OUD: Directory Server
  • Configuring ODSM
  • Uninstalling OUD
  • OUD Administration Tools
  • Starting, Stopping, and Viewing the Status of OUD
  • Importing and Exporting data
  • Managing Entries – Indexing, Attribute Uniqueness, Virtual Attributes, Referrals
  • Managing Users and Groups
  • Managing Schema
  • Overview of Monitoring
  • Managing Monitor Providers
  • Monitoring Replication Status using dsreplication
  • Monitoring via cn=monitor
  • Overview of Logging
  • OUD Log Files
  • Logging in OUD
  • Access Control Model
  • Securing Directory Service by Controlling Access to Data
  • Password Policies
  • Password Generators
  • Securing Traffic Between Client and Server
  • Attribute Encryption
  • Password Validators
  • Replication Topologies
  • Enabling Replication
  • Initializing Replicated Servers
  • Testing Replication
  • Modifying Replication Configuration
  • Assured, Fractional, and Isolated Replicaiton
  • Configuring Replication by Using ODSM
  • Tuning Replciaiton
  • Coexistence Topology
  • Potential Issues
  • Deploying an OUD 11g Topology for Coexistence with ODSEE 11g
  • Deploying Replication Gateways
  • Populating the OUD 11g Directory Servers with Directory Data
  • Testing the Coexistence Topology
  • Upgrading to OUD 11g
  • Benefits of Using DIP with OUD
  • Configuring OUD as the DIP Back-End Directory
  • Synchronizing OUD and OID
  • Synchronizing OUD and AD
  • Proxy Mode Capabilites
  • Load Balancing
  • Data Distribution
  • Request Routing Architecture
  • OUD 11g Proxy Mode Server Setup
  • Configuring an OUD 11g Proxy Server Using ODSM
  • Testing Proxy Functionality
  • Configuring a Virtual Directory View of Your Repositories
  • Join Workflow Element
  • Join Participants
  • DN Renaming
  • RDN Changing
  • Optmizing Virtual Search Results
  • Managing Databases
  • About Enterprise User Security (EUS)
  • Integrating EUS and OUDAlert Handlers
  • Integrating EUS, OUD, and AD for Password-Based Authentication
  • Oracle DIP: Overview
  • DIP Architecture
  • DIP Synchronization Service
  • DIP Installation and Configuration
  • DIP Administration
  • DIP Security Features
  • Troubleshooting DIP
  • Need for Plug-Ins
  • OUD Plug-Ins
  • OUD Plug-In API: Overview
  • Deploying a Sample Plug-In

Oracle Unified Directory 11g R2: Administration Ed 2 Course Prerequisites:

This Oracle Unified Directory 11g R2: Administration Ed 2 training is designed for administrators who have basic knowledge of the Linux operating system, network management (especially LDAP), and directory solutions. Students should be familiar with working from the command prompt in Linux and basic Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS) concepts. Previous directory experience is beneficial but not required.

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