Oracle Identity Cloud Service

EBS Sync Agent

The EBS-IDCS bridge integrates your EBS User repository with Oracle Identity Cloud Service. Oracle Identity Cloud Service can reconcile with EBS so that any new, updated, or deleted user records are transferred into Oracle Identity Cloud Service. Because of this reconciliation, the state of each record is synchronized between EBS and Oracle Identity Cloud Service.

Easy to install and configure

EBS-IDCS Bridge setup is simple and wizard-driven. You can download the EBS-IDCS bridge and install it on any J2EE application server or on same Weblogic instance as Asserter / SSO Bridge. The bridge is a lightweight Java application that leverages OpenID Connect, OAuth to connect to IDCS.

A smart way to synchronize users

Once the application is installed, and the initial user import takes place, the bridge intelligently processes the results. Matching algorithms are applied to analyze the incoming EBS users and determine if they correspond to existing IDCS users. Future user imports can be scheduled or performed on demand.

High availability architecture

The Bridge supports multiple instances running in your environment to provide redundancy and thus greater availability. The minimal system requirements are:
• J2EE Application Server
• MySQL database to store logs
• Access to the public Internet for outbound connections of TCP port 443 (SSL)

Secure integration

Security is a key component of the Bridge utility. Communication between the bridge and the IDCS is protected with SSL encryption.

Reporting

The bridge utility provides activity report including the number of sync records and their status.

LDAP Sync Agent

Overview

The LDAP-IDCS bridge integrates your LDAP enterprise directory structure with Oracle Identity Cloud Service. Oracle Identity Cloud Service can reconcile with this directory so that any new, updated, or deleted user or group records are transferred into Oracle Identity Cloud Service. Because of this reconciliation, the state of each record is synchronized between LDAP enterprise directory structure and Oracle Identity Cloud Service.
Easy to install and configure

LDAP-IDCS Bridge setup is simple and wizard driven. You can download the LDAP-IDCS bridge and install it on any J2EE application server. The bridge is a lightweight Java application that leverages OpenID Connect, OAuth to connect to IDCS.
A smart way to synchronize users

Once the application is installed, and the initial user import takes place, the bridge intelligently processes the results. Matching algorithms are applied to analyze the incoming LDAP users and determine if they correspond to existing IDCS users. Future user imports can be scheduled or performed on demand.

High availability architecture

The Bridge supports multiple instances running in your environment to provide redundancy and thus greater availability. The minimal system requirements are:
• J2EE Application Server
• MySQL database to store logs
• Access to the public Internet for outbound connections of TCP port 443 (SSL)

Secure integration

Security is a key component of the Bridge utility. Communication between the bridge and the IDCS is protected with SSL encryption.

Reporting

The bridge utility provide activity report including number of sync records and their status.

Cloud Gateway

Kapstone LLC Cloud gate provides single sign-on (SSO) and secure remote access for web applications hosted on-premises. Kapstone LLC provides pre-built template to integrate E-Business Suite, APEX, OBIEE, Hyperion, Siebel, and other applications.

Kapstone Cloud Gateway is easy to deploy and configure. Kapstone Cloud Gateway provides
• Kerberos and Active Directory authentication
• Web Interface to manage policies
• HTTP Header, HTTP Cookie based SSO
• Logging that can be integrated with SIEM tool

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