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Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1 Self-Study Series

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  • This series of self-study courses and OBEs introduces you to the basic concepts and features provided by the Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) framework, and help you quickly get started using the technology it offers. 

  • 14-Feb-12
  • Mark Lindros

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19-APR-2012 48 mins

Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1: Lesson 1: OPSS Overview

OPSS 11gR1 Lesson 1: OPSS Overview provides an introduction to some security industry terms and concepts, and puts them into context where appropriate for OPSS. It shows you an overview of what OPSS is, its architecture, and why you would use it. Then it covers some basic concepts of OPSS features for awareness. This is a general course that prepares you for learning how to use OPSS features yourself.

19-APR-2012 66 mins

Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1: Lesson 2: Administration Concepts and Configuration

OPSS 11gR1 Lesson 2: Administration Concepts and Configuration shows you how to use OPSS features. This includes the main administrative tasks of OPSS, the tools available for each task, and instruction on how to use FMW Control and WLST OPSS scripts to configure OPSS security. This prepares you for administering OPSS environments.

19-APR-2012 23 mins

Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1: Lesson 3: Application Deployment

OPSS 11gR1 Lesson 3: Application Deployment shows you how to deploy OPSS-enabled applications to WebLogic Server environments. This lesson covers what happens when an application is deployed, how to manage data migration during deployment, and the life cycle of OPSS security artifacts from the application package to the server. This prepares you for deploying your own OPSS-enabled applications.

19-APR-2012 38 mins

Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1: Lesson 4: Advanced Administration

OPSS 11gR1 Lesson 4: Advanced Administration shows you how to migrate one working FMW environment to another environment, such as from test to production. This lesson shows you how to use the FMW cloning utilities to copy FMW products and Java and System components, and how to modify settings between environments. It also shows you how to migrate identities, policy artifacts, and credentials manually. This prepares you for migrating your own OPSS-enabled FMW environments.

25-APR-2012 60 mins

1 - Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1: Environment Set Up

This OBE has you prepare an environment for performing OPSS hands-on practices. This OBE is a prerequisite for all of the OBEs in this series. After completing this OBE, you should be able to:

Start the Oracle Identity Directory (OID) LDAP server and verify that it is running
Create an OPSS-based WebLogic Server domain using the WebLogic Configuration Wizard
Start an OPSS-based WebLogic Server domain
Explore OID LDAP identities using JXplorer

25-APR-2012 60 mins

2 - Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1: Configuring an OID Authentication Provider in WebLogic

This tutorial covers configuring an Oracle Internet Directory (OID) authentication provider in Oracle WebLogic Server using the WebLogic Administration console. Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) uses the authentication provider configuration within a WebLogic domain to bootstrap its connection with an identity store. After completing this exercise you should be able to:

Configure an OID LDAP authentication provider using the WebLogic Administration console
Reorder authentication providers to ensure OID is the first LDAP provider in the list
Set WebLogic Server authentication provider control flags when configuring multiple providers
Verify that the authentication provider is connected to OID

25-APR-2012 60 mins

3 - Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1: Using the OPSS Common Audit Framework

This tutorial covers using the Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) common audit framework. After completing this OBE, you should be able to:

Identify audit configuration files in Java and system component environments
Configure audit policies for Java and system component environments
Identify, locate, and analyze audit log files called bus-stops in Java and system component environments
Continue on to using an Audit database store

25-APR-2012 30 mins

4 - Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1: Deploying an OPSS Application

This tutorial covers deploying an Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) enabled application. After completing this OBE, you should be able to:

Deploy an OPSS-enabled application using FMW Control
Configure OPSS security settings within FMW Control during deployment

25-APR-2012 60 mins

5 - Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) 11gR1: Exploring the OpssADFDemoApp in JDeveloper

This tutorial walks you through a pre-existing ADF application that uses OPSS security. By understanding the OPSS security artifacts found on the development side of an application, you will more easily understand how these artifacts are migrated when this type of an application is deployed to WebLogic Server, which is covered in the Deploying an OPSS Application OBE, which has you deploy this same application. After completing this exercise, you should be able to:

Identify and locate the file-based OPSS security configuration files contained within an OPSS-enabled application
Configure OPSS security for applications using JDeveloper

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