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Oracle unified directory_11g

  1. 1. <Insert Picture Here>Introducing Oracle Unified Directory 11g
  2. 2. This document is for informational purposes. It is not acommitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality,and should not be relied upon in making purchasingdecisions. The development, release, and timing of anyfeatures or functionality described in this document remainsat the sole discretion of Oracle. This document in any form,software or printed matter, contains proprietary informationthat is the exclusive property of Oracle. This document andinformation contained herein may not be disclosed, copied,reproduced or distributed to anyone outside Oracle withoutprior written consent of Oracle. This document is not part ofyour license agreement nor can it be incorporated into anycontractual agreement with Oracle or its subsidiaries oraffiliates. 2
  3. 3. Agenda <Insert Picture Here>•  Changing Landscape•  Introducing Oracle Unified Directory•  Interoperability and Upgrade•  Comparison and Contrast•  Summary•  Q&A 3
  4. 4. Directory Landscape Is Changing  Mobile Access  Personalization  Identity as a Service  Cloud Applications Social Networking Federated Sign-on   Scale   Performance 4
  5. 5. Demand for Write Operations is Increasing“Percentage of Writes Increasing”•  Personalization data•  Location data 10s Billions•  Mobile applications Cloud and Billions Social Mobile Networking Millions Enterprise/ Extranet Reads:70%Thousands Writes:30% Host Access Reads:60% Writes:40% Reads:80% Writes:20% “Read Performance Still Important” Reads:90% •  Billions of users and devices Writes:10% •  Millions of operations per second •  Elastic growth 5
  6. 6. A Trend Towards UnificationMore Directory Convergence•  More RFP’s Require Integrated Capability•  Expansion Shared Services vs. LOB IT Virtual•  Compliance and Security Requirements Business Affiliates/ Subsidiaries Storage Synch Corporate LDAP Employees/Partners/ Customers Customer LDAP “Convergence drives Unification” •  Lower TCO Extranet •  Lower Administration Effort LOB LDAP •  Improved User Experience 6
  7. 7. Introducing Oracle Unified Directory 11g Extreme Scale •  Scale to 10’s of Billions •  Convergence of directories •  Integrated with ODSM for configuration and Enterprise Next Generation Manager •  Inter-operable with all certified ODSEE ISV software •  Integrated with ODS+ Integrated and Interoperable Optimized for cloud, mobile and social 7
  8. 8. Extreme ScaleCompared to ODSEE Highlights Proxy Storage Read •  Built on OpenDS3X Performance Synch •  Convergence of directories Write •  Advanced Replication5X Performance •  Flexible DeploymentCore Components •  Horizontal data vs. Monolithic data scale approach•  Directory Server•  Proxy Server Oracle Unified Will continue to enhance and•  Replication Server Directory maintain existing directory offerings 8
  9. 9. Next Generation Social Unified Directory ApplicationLocation BasedApplication Mobile Devices 9
  10. 10. Interoperable and Compatible ODSEE OUD•  Fully Compatible With Replication Replication ODSEE Topology Topology•  Bi-directional replication ODSEE OUD OUD with ODSEE Directory Replication Directory Server 1 Gateway Server 1•  Run mixed OUD and DSEE environment ODSEE OUD OUD Directory Replication Directory Server 2 Gateway Server 2 Simplified Deployment 10
  11. 11. OUD is Included in ODS Plus Suite • Oracle Directory • Oracle Virtual Server Enterprise Directory Edition•  New Architecture 100% Java•  New Scale Approach ODSEE OVD Horizontal vs. Monolithic data scale approach ODS +•  Certification Certified with Oracle OUD OID technology that requires OID • Oracle Unified • Oracle Internet Directory DirectoryODS Plus Customers getOUD included in license* ODSEE Customers without ODS+ can obtain a restricted use license to OUD 11
  12. 12. Zero Down-time Upgrade Upgrade to ODSEE 11gR1 •  Follow the documented upgrade process Upgrade ODSEE Servers to OUD •  Each Server can be done one at a time Replication between OUD and ODSEE •  Use the built in OUD replication gateway Continue Upgrading Additional Servers •  Upgrade with Zero down-time 12
  13. 13. Comparing OUD to Existing Oracle Directories Oracle DirectoryOracle Virtual Oracle Internet Server Enterprise Directory Directory Edition•  Not a substitute for •  Embedded Berkley •  OUD provides betterOVD DB vs. external performance 5x write•  Works with OVD Oracle DB and 3x read •  Horizontal partition •  OUD provides elastic vs. monolithic scale •  Will certify with all •  OUD provides better technologies requiring administration ODSM OID 13
  14. 14. Summary •  Market demands higher scale •  5x Write Performance •  3x Read Performance •  Elastic scalability •  Unified Directory reduces TCO •  Lower admin cost •  Lower deployment cost •  Extreme Scale •  Next Generation •  Integrated and Inter-operable 14
  15. 15. Q & A 15 15