There are a number of different ways of integrating different versions of Microsoft’s Active Directory (including ADFS & FIM) with different versions of Oracle’s Identity Management suite. Unfortunately for the implementer there is very little published architecture best practice covering identity migration / integration. This is surprising because of both vendors’ large market share and the annual number of organisations’ switching products or adding new features using the other vendors software. As an example the following migration / integration options are available when moving from AD to Oracle.
- You can choose to keep the existing AD as a master identity repository and use Oracle Identity Manager connector between the two products.
- The connector supports Active Directory and Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS), formerly known as Microsoft Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) as either a managed target resource or as an authoritative (trusted) source of identity data for Oracle Identity Manager
- Depending on this approach you may wish to synchronise user’s password from Microsoft Active Directory (AD) to Oracle Identity Manager (OIM) then you must install Microsoft Active Directory Password Synchronization connector
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