Centos 7 or RHEL 7 is a industry favorite for Linux Server OS’s. As with any environment one cannot depend on One Factor Authentication. We have seen this trend with many services we commonly need secured. (banking, email, etc) So why not leverage this good security practice in our datacenter or cloud environment? You can
If your client makes use of the out of the box admin roles in OIM 11gR2PS2, then you have no doubt run into a situation in which you need to grant additional authorization to a role. This can be done by extending the domain to include Oracle Entitlement Server and creating a new authorization policy.
Recently at a client we were seeing intermittent Authentication errors with the following in the logs: Caused by: javax.security.auth.login.FailedLoginException: [Security:090304]Authentication Failed: User xelsysadm javax.security.auth.login.FailedLoginException: [Security:090302]Authentication Failed: User xelsysadm denied at weblogic.security.providers.authentication.LDAPAtnLoginModuleImpl.login(LDAPAtnLoginModuleImpl.java:261) We were not seeing the issues regularly, only during periods of high activity. As a result of not being able to replicate the issue reliably,
Organizations can build better security with added IT agility for private clouds by externalizing authorization from applications using Oracle Entitlements Server. Typically in a private cloud scenario you might have a data center with a hardware grid hosting a middle-ware platform so let’s take the next step: You have the departmental application owners building their own