Layer 7: Oracle Service Bus Appliance

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With the move to shared services, partner integrations, and cloud computing the public sector has found it challenging to deploy conventional SOA products across an extended enterprise.

Oracle Service Bus Appliance is a best-of-breed integration between Layer 7's SecureSpan XML Firewall Appliance product and Oracles Service Bus offering a purpose built appliance for this purpose.

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  • With the move to shared services, partner integrations, and cloud computing the government has found it challenging to deploy conventional SOA products in a way where they can minimize complexity across the various types of boundaries they deal with in fulfillment of their move toward their vision of the "extended enterprise".
  • Layer 7: Oracle Service Bus Appliance

    1. 1. Oracle Service Bus Appliance <br />Adam Vincent - CTO, Public Sector <br />Layer 7 Technologies<br />
    2. 2. The “Extended” Enterprise<br />Cloud Computing (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS)<br />Customization, Security, Performance, Availability, Regulatory<br />SOA - Across Enterprise Boundaries<br />Industry Trends<br />Customization, Security, Performance, Availability, Regulatory <br />SOA – Inside the Organization<br />Distributed Applications and Shared Services<br />
    3. 3. Introducing the Oracle Service Bus Appliance <br />+ <br />Best of breed XML Gateway <br />for XML security and acceleration<br />Best of breed Service Bus<br />for mediation, virtualization and integration<br />Easy Deployment<br /> Simple Configuration<br />DMZ-class Security<br />Extreme XML Performance<br />
    4. 4. Why Oracle/Layer 7 Appliances<br />Save time by leveraging a zero-install security hardened appliance<br />Protect Internal applications from threats and vulnerabilities<br />Accelerate XML processing in purpose-built hardware<br />
    5. 5. Easy Deployment & Simple Configuration<br />With OSB Appliances the Customer can <br />Remove the appliance from the shipping carton, install it in the rack, <br />Connect power and network cable(s), assign an IP address, and turn the appliance on. <br />At that point it configures itself to run on the network.<br />Concluding initial XML firewalling policy configuration<br />your Service Bus Appliance is ready to use<br />The entire process takes less than an hour <br />versus loading and configuring conventional software <br />
    6. 6. DMZ-Class Security<br />Perimeter Security and Defense in Depth<br />Threat Protection<br />Access Control through integration with Oracle IDM Suite<br />Federated Identity across disparate security realms (SAML)<br />Support for WS* Security and messaging standards and products<br />FIPS 140-2 Level 3 with Elliptic Curve/B Suite Support <br />X<br />Intercept problematic messages at the enterprise perimeter before they reach your services<br />ü<br />Oracle Access Manager<br />Oracle Entitlements Server<br />X<br />X<br />Perform Identity-based access to services and operations in the DMZ<br />
    7. 7. Performance Challenges <br />Threat Protection (Costly for Performance)<br />Fast XML Processing (XPATH, XSLT, XSD)<br />Crypto Operations as Required (message/transport)<br />Large Message Processing<br />Delegate common or expensive XML-related tasks from your services to your infrastructure<br />
    8. 8. Contact Information<br />For more information about the Oracle Service Bus Appliance or to see the demonstration visit us at the SUN Microsystems Booth <br />Booth#1101<br />You can also visit our webpage for additional information:<br />www.layer7tech.com<br />

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