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Oracle Access Manager Administration Training


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Oracle Access Manager Administration Training Details
Track Regular Track Weekend Track Fast Track
Course Duration 30 Hrs 8 Weekends 5 Days
Hours 1hr/day 2 Hours a day 6 Hours a day
Training Mode Online Classroom Online Classroom Online Classroom
Delivery Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live


Course Curriculum

Oracle Access Manager 11gR2 PS3 (11.1.2.3) Modules

Configuration and Integration Phase:

1. Create IDM Domain (ODSM) and create instances of OID/OVD

2. Understand OID/OVD(start/stop, logging, troubleshooting)

3. Extending OID Schema(Attributes, Object classes for OIM and OAM)

4. Understanding need of OVD, Creating adapter of OID in OVD using ODSM console

5. Create OAM Domain(Admin server, OAM server)

6. Upgrading OPSS schema

7. Create DB Security Store for IAM.

 OAM Administrations topics:

1) Overview of Access Management Suite – OAM, OAAM, OIF, eSSO, Social & Mobile plugin

2) Create OHS Webserver instance (also understand the WebGates and supported webservers).

3) Deploy the webgate to OHS instance.

4) Modify the webserver configuration file with webgate details.

5) Register the OHS WebGate Instance with OAM 11g R2 Server (using both RREG tool and from OAM console) and verify OAM integration with Webserver(having agent).

6) Understand WLS Embedded LDAP Directory and Default OAM User Identity (Default and System Store).

7) Configure OVD(with OID Adapter) as new default and system Identity Store for OAM i.e. OAM

Integration with Directory Server.

8) Working with Security Realm, Creating OVD Authenticator and Creating SSO Identity Asserter (Understanding the context).

9) Deploying Sample Application, configuring SSO of the application.

10) Creating Application Domain, Creating resources, Creating AuthN Policies(with LDAP Scheme and Anonymous Scheme), Creating default AuthZ Policy.

11) Creating Custom Authentication Scheme for further modification.

12) Understand how to protect and unprotect the enterprise resources.

13) Working with authorization policies – Working on all 4 conditions and rules (Allow, Deny), (with practical use cases of each condition) and demonstrating IP Range, Temporal, Identity, Asserted Attribute based AuthZ.

14) Integrating OAM with ADF or J2EE application (weblogic deployed application).

15) Creating and working with Custom AuthN and AuthZ policies.

16) Explaining the complete technical flow of AuthN and AuthZ in OAM(how sso work, role of each entity).

17) Managing Authentication and Authorization Responses in Headers, Cookies and session variables.

18) Demonstrating Single Sign-On, Cookie Management and Session Management.

19) Configuring/developing the custom SSO login page (Deploying the application on OAM/External Server), Logout Page, Error Pages. (Code will be explained and shared)

20) Understanding the requirement and creation of multiple SSO login pages.

21) Working with Weblogic Applications, working with OAM Identity Asserter.

22) Configuring/Working with misc. OAM scenarios - Multi-Browser Scenario, View Cookies During the Login and Logout Process, Constraining the Number of User Sessions, Extending the Session and Idle Timeouts(Global as well as at Application Level)

23) Explaining Authentication Level and its impact on Multi Factor Authentication.

24) Working with x.509, the digital certificates used in SSO for Second or Multi Factor Authentication: Concept and context, installing server certificates, extracting OAM Keystore password, installing CA root certificate in OAM keystore, installing client certificate, protecting resource with 2nd Factor, modifying x.509 AuthN Scheme, x.509 AuthN Module and observing X.509 AuthN flow end to end.

25) Configuring and understanding OAM Auditing (Changing the auditing from File System to Audit Schema – Creating the Data Source, modifying the Audit MBean property, Audit Level etc.), logging and troubleshooting.

26) OAM audit reporting in BI Publisher – 1. OAM Report Templates 2. Report Templates in BI Publisher 3. Creating Data Sources 4. Populating reports with data from OAM Audit Schema. 5. Observing OAM Audit Reports in BI Publisher and further working on reports.

27) Working with Access Tester (How testing happens for OAM)

28) SSO of OBIEE application – OBIEE integration with OVD for AuthN/AuthZ, configure OBIEE to use OHS weblogic directive file, configure OAM Identity Asserter in OBIEE, Create OAM WebGate Agent with predefined protected and unprotected

OAM 11gR2 PS3 Content:

Course Objective:

  • The salient features of Oracle Access Manager
  • The key products that comprise the Oracle Access Management Suite
  • The functional areas for each of the Oracle Access Management products
  • Explain Oracle Access Manager overall architecture
  • Explain Oracle Access Manager run-time architecture
  • Identify key Oracle Access Manager 11g R2 PS3 new features
  • Explain key definitions and terminologies
  • Describe the prerequisites for installing Oracle Access Manager
  • Install Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS)
  • Configure seeded database schemas by using the Repository Creation Utility
  • Install and configure Oracle Access Manager
  • Perform post-installation validation checks
  • Learn applying latest security bundle patches on OAM stack
  • Manage Servers using OAM Administration Console and Oracle Web Logic Server Admin Console
  • Manage data sources – User Identity Store
  • Installing and Configuring Agents
  • Registering Agents – OAM Admin Console, In-Band, Out-of-Band Understanding WLS Agents
  • Manage agents using OAM Admin Console
  • Explain Access Control – Authentication and Authorization
  • Detached Credential Collector
  • Authentication Modules and Schemes
  • Understanding Policy Objects and Policy Model
  • Two-factor/Multi-factor authentication
  • Work with X509 Two Factor Authentication
  • Cross Domain or Cross network SSO
  • ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse
  • SSL of all end points of OAM SSO Solution
  • Integration of OAM 11.1.2.3 with OIM 11.1.2.3 (in Split Domain Configuration)
  • SSO of OBIEE application
  • Custom Password Management
  • OAM Integration with Directory Server (AD, OUD, OVD, OID)
  • Resource matching and Excluded resources
  • Complex LDAP AuthZ and Response Filters, Authorization expressions
  • OAM single sign-on and single logout
  • Sessions life cycle, caching and cookies
  • Configuring single sign-on and single logout
  • Customizing the ECC login and logout pages
  • Customizing user defined error msgs
  • Session Impersonation
  • Protecting WLS applications with OAM
  • Identity assertion providers
  • OAM authenticator
  • Configure audit settings
  • Audited events and recorded data
  • Generating audit reports
  • Work with Access Tester
  • Understand OAM specific WLST commands
  • Setting up communication in Simple transport mode

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Course Curriculum

Oracle Access Manager 11gR2 PS3 (11.1.2.3) Modules

Configuration and Integration Phase:

1. Create IDM Domain (ODSM) and create instances of OID/OVD

2. Understand OID/OVD(start/stop, logging, troubleshooting)

3. Extending OID Schema(Attributes, Object classes for OIM and OAM)

4. Understanding need of OVD, Creating adapter of OID in OVD using ODSM console

5. Create OAM Domain(Admin server, OAM server)

6. Upgrading OPSS schema

7. Create DB Security Store for IAM.

 OAM Administrations topics:

1) Overview of Access Management Suite – OAM, OAAM, OIF, eSSO, Social & Mobile plugin

2) Create OHS Webserver instance (also understand the WebGates and supported webservers).

3) Deploy the webgate to OHS instance.

4) Modify the webserver configuration file with webgate details.

5) Register the OHS WebGate Instance with OAM 11g R2 Server (using both RREG tool and from OAM console) and verify OAM integration with Webserver(having agent).

6) Understand WLS Embedded LDAP Directory and Default OAM User Identity (Default and System Store).

7) Configure OVD(with OID Adapter) as new default and system Identity Store for OAM i.e. OAM

Integration with Directory Server.

8) Working with Security Realm, Creating OVD Authenticator and Creating SSO Identity Asserter (Understanding the context).

9) Deploying Sample Application, configuring SSO of the application.

10) Creating Application Domain, Creating resources, Creating AuthN Policies(with LDAP Scheme and Anonymous Scheme), Creating default AuthZ Policy.

11) Creating Custom Authentication Scheme for further modification.

12) Understand how to protect and unprotect the enterprise resources.

13) Working with authorization policies – Working on all 4 conditions and rules (Allow, Deny), (with practical use cases of each condition) and demonstrating IP Range, Temporal, Identity, Asserted Attribute based AuthZ.

14) Integrating OAM with ADF or J2EE application (weblogic deployed application).

15) Creating and working with Custom AuthN and AuthZ policies.

16) Explaining the complete technical flow of AuthN and AuthZ in OAM(how sso work, role of each entity).

17) Managing Authentication and Authorization Responses in Headers, Cookies and session variables.

18) Demonstrating Single Sign-On, Cookie Management and Session Management.

19) Configuring/developing the custom SSO login page (Deploying the application on OAM/External Server), Logout Page, Error Pages. (Code will be explained and shared)

20) Understanding the requirement and creation of multiple SSO login pages.

21) Working with Weblogic Applications, working with OAM Identity Asserter.

22) Configuring/Working with misc. OAM scenarios - Multi-Browser Scenario, View Cookies During the Login and Logout Process, Constraining the Number of User Sessions, Extending the Session and Idle Timeouts(Global as well as at Application Level)

23) Explaining Authentication Level and its impact on Multi Factor Authentication.

24) Working with x.509, the digital certificates used in SSO for Second or Multi Factor Authentication: Concept and context, installing server certificates, extracting OAM Keystore password, installing CA root certificate in OAM keystore, installing client certificate, protecting resource with 2nd Factor, modifying x.509 AuthN Scheme, x.509 AuthN Module and observing X.509 AuthN flow end to end.

25) Configuring and understanding OAM Auditing (Changing the auditing from File System to Audit Schema – Creating the Data Source, modifying the Audit MBean property, Audit Level etc.), logging and troubleshooting.

26) OAM audit reporting in BI Publisher – 1. OAM Report Templates 2. Report Templates in BI Publisher 3. Creating Data Sources 4. Populating reports with data from OAM Audit Schema. 5. Observing OAM Audit Reports in BI Publisher and further working on reports.

27) Working with Access Tester (How testing happens for OAM)

28) SSO of OBIEE application – OBIEE integration with OVD for AuthN/AuthZ, configure OBIEE to use OHS weblogic directive file, configure OAM Identity Asserter in OBIEE, Create OAM WebGate Agent with predefined protected and unprotected

OAM 11gR2 PS3 Content:

Course Objective:

  • The salient features of Oracle Access Manager
  • The key products that comprise the Oracle Access Management Suite
  • The functional areas for each of the Oracle Access Management products
  • Explain Oracle Access Manager overall architecture
  • Explain Oracle Access Manager run-time architecture
  • Identify key Oracle Access Manager 11g R2 PS3 new features
  • Explain key definitions and terminologies
  • Describe the prerequisites for installing Oracle Access Manager
  • Install Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS)
  • Configure seeded database schemas by using the Repository Creation Utility
  • Install and configure Oracle Access Manager
  • Perform post-installation validation checks
  • Learn applying latest security bundle patches on OAM stack
  • Manage Servers using OAM Administration Console and Oracle Web Logic Server Admin Console
  • Manage data sources – User Identity Store
  • Installing and Configuring Agents
  • Registering Agents – OAM Admin Console, In-Band, Out-of-Band Understanding WLS Agents
  • Manage agents using OAM Admin Console
  • Explain Access Control – Authentication and Authorization
  • Detached Credential Collector
  • Authentication Modules and Schemes
  • Understanding Policy Objects and Policy Model
  • Two-factor/Multi-factor authentication
  • Work with X509 Two Factor Authentication
  • Cross Domain or Cross network SSO
  • ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse
  • SSL of all end points of OAM SSO Solution
  • Integration of OAM 11.1.2.3 with OIM 11.1.2.3 (in Split Domain Configuration)
  • SSO of OBIEE application
  • Custom Password Management
  • OAM Integration with Directory Server (AD, OUD, OVD, OID)
  • Resource matching and Excluded resources
  • Complex LDAP AuthZ and Response Filters, Authorization expressions
  • OAM single sign-on and single logout
  • Sessions life cycle, caching and cookies
  • Configuring single sign-on and single logout
  • Customizing the ECC login and logout pages
  • Customizing user defined error msgs
  • Session Impersonation
  • Protecting WLS applications with OAM
  • Identity assertion providers
  • OAM authenticator
  • Configure audit settings
  • Audited events and recorded data
  • Generating audit reports
  • Work with Access Tester
  • Understand OAM specific WLST commands
  • Setting up communication in Simple transport mode

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