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Oracle Unified Directory 11gR1 eSeminar for OPN partners

Etienne Remillon – Principal Product Manager

The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information

The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.

Awareness Proficiency Agenda • Market Trends and Challenges • Introducing Oracle Unified Directory • Oracle
Awareness Proficiency
Awareness
Proficiency

Agenda

Market Trends and Challenges

Introducing Oracle Unified Directory

Oracle Unified Directory

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Overview OUD vs ODSEE vs OpenDS

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.

Architecture

Detailed Features / Functions / Benefits

Deployment Use Cases

Migration strategies

Market Trends and Challenges Oracle Confidential - under NDA 4
Market Trends and Challenges
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Challenge: A New Business Era Social Application Location Based Application Mobile Devices • Social media

Challenge: A New Business Era

Social Application Location Based Application
Social Application
Location Based
Application

Mobile Devices

Social media

Cloud computing

Mobile computing

How can a company transform itself?

Challenge: Scalability in New Business Era • To support billions of users and devices •

Challenge: Scalability in New Business Era

Challenge: Scalability in New Business Era • To support billions of users and devices • To

To support billions of users and devices

To provide millions of operations per second

More dynamic data for writes

Elasticity to grow with business

Challenge: Identity Silos in New Business Era • Too many identity stores • On-premise and

Challenge: Identity Silos in New Business Era

Challenge: Identity Silos in New Business Era • Too many identity stores • On-premise and in-cloud

Too many identity stores

On-premise and in-cloud

Delayed application deployment

on-premise and in-cloud

Challenges of ownership

Challenges of cost

Challenges of compliance

Challenge: Fragmented Solutions Directory Virtual Directory Meta Directory Embedded Directory • Different directory

Challenge: Fragmented Solutions

Directory

Virtual Directory
Virtual
Directory
Meta Directory
Meta
Directory

Embedded

Directory

Different directory vendors for

Storage

Synchronization, and

Virtualization

Incomplete, complex and high TCO

Solution Oracle Unified Directory Oracle Confidential - under NDA 9
Solution
Oracle Unified Directory
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Solution: Oracle Unified Directory and Oracle Directory Services Plus Oracle Confidential - under NDA 10

Solution: Oracle Unified Directory and Oracle Directory Services Plus

Solution: Oracle Unified Directory and Oracle Directory Services Plus Oracle Confidential - under NDA 10
Oracle Directory Services Plus Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition (ODSEE) Oracle Virtual Directory (OVD) ODS

Oracle Directory Services Plus

Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition (ODSEE) Oracle Virtual Directory (OVD) ODS Plus Oracle Internet
Oracle Directory
Server Enterprise
Edition (ODSEE)
Oracle Virtual
Directory (OVD)
ODS Plus
Oracle Internet
Directory (OID)
Oracle Unified
Directory
ODSPlus Use cases OID, ODSEE and OUD Guidelines       New Product   Scenario

ODSPlus Use cases

OID, ODSEE and OUD Guidelines

     

New

Product

 

Scenario

Existing Customers

Customers

OID

1.

Oracle environment where requires OID, such as EBS, Portal etc that uses OSSO.

No change

 

Based on scenarios and customer preference

2.

Preference of an external Oracle Database

 

3.

Very high-end deployment prefers monolithic scaling approach

 

ODSEE

1

.

More hetero eneous environment

g

O tionall

p

y

u

pg

rade to

Customer

 

OUD

preference

OUD

1.

New customers and new deployments

Not Applicable

 

Recommended solution based on scenarios and customer preference

2. Elastic horizontal scaling approach

 

3. Optional upgrade for ODSEE

Notes:

1. ODSPlus is the only SKU available and new customers will get OID, ODSEE, OVD and OUD when they buy ODSPlus. Choice of directory is implementation choice – we can help! 2. For new customers and new deployments, OUD is recommended. ODSEE – no immediate upgrade required and ODSEE will continue to be enhanced

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Oracle Unified Directory Oracle Confidential - under NDA 13
Oracle Unified Directory
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Oracle Unified Directory Pure Java, all-in-one directory solution with storage, proxy, synchronization and virtualization

Oracle Unified Directory

Pure Java, all-in-one directory solution with storage, proxy, synchronization and virtualization

Unified Directory Services • Only Unified directory to combine the services of a virtual directory,
Unified Directory
Services
• Only Unified directory to combine the services of a virtual
directory, meta directory and data storage capability.
• Java based for multiple platform support and simplified
deployment and maintenance
• Carrier grade performance with read and write operations Carrier Grade Scalability • Flexibility of
• Carrier grade performance with read and write
operations
Carrier Grade
Scalability
• Flexibility of data virtualization and consolidation
• Authentication on the scale of billions of subscribers and
devices to maximize average revenue per subscriber
• Standards support to simplify application integration • Ready for in-cloud and on-premise deployments Integrated
• Standards support to simplify application integration
• Ready for in-cloud and on-premise deployments
Integrated
• Integrated with Oracle’s Fusion Middleware platform
• ODSEE compatible to ensure application transparency
Oracle Unified Directory 11gR1 • Core directory functions – A directory server, equivalent of DSEE

Oracle Unified Directory 11gR1

Core directory functions

A directory server, equivalent of DSEE directory server

A directory proxy server for fail-over, load-balancing, data distribution and security

Dedicated replication server and replication gateway modes

Full compatibility with ODSEE

What works with ODSEE will work with OUD

Replication gateway for ODSEE and OUD co-existence

Complete Java directory services solution with OVD and DIP

OVD for identity virtualization

Directory Integration platform (DIP) for synchronization

OUD is a J2SE app that runs in a JVM which does not require a J2EE container

Oracle Unified Directory 11gR1 • Elastic scalability – Global index for high performance and data

Oracle Unified Directory 11gR1

Elastic scalability

Global index for high performance and data distribution

Advanced replication

Fractional replication, priority replication, and assured replication

Flexible deployment options

Multiple algorithms for proxy load-balancing

Proportional, saturation, failover, optimal

Multiple algorithms for proxy data distribution/ partition

Numeric, lexicographic, DN pattern, and capacity based

ODSM Admin UI

J2EE app that is certified for WLS

Enterprise Manager Grid Control monitoring

Certified as identity store for IDM product as well as FMW through OPSS

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Oracle Unified Directory 11gR1

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Oracle Unified Directory 11gR1

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Oracle Unified Directory 11gR1

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Oracle Unified Directory 11gR1

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OUD Differentiators and Benefits • Unified Java solution for storage, proxy, synchronization and virtualization •

OUD Differentiators and Benefits

Unified Java solution for storage, proxy, synchronization and virtualization

Carrier grade performance and scalability

Global index for elastic and horizontal scalability

Smaller footprint enables embedding and eases deployment

ODSM for unsurpassed user experience

EMGC for enterprise manageability

Replication gateway enables smooth integration with existing ODSEE and zero down time migration

Pure Java optimized for Java environment with platform choices

Integration with Oracle Fusion Middleware stack provides excellent all-Java experience

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OUD vs. ODSEE
Comparison, co-existence and upgrade
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OUD Vs. ODSEE – Why OUD is Better • Better performance for the new business

OUD Vs. ODSEE – Why OUD is Better

Better performance for the new business era

4x write, 3x read, 2x mix mode (90-10), 2x authentication Ops/Sec

 

Esp. important for mobile, social media and cloud services

Better scalability

Dynamic and elastic data distribution for unmatched horizontal scalability

Better availability

Built-in directory proxy server

Full

y

unified solution

Complete pure Java solution with OVD and DIP

Better administration, management and monitoring experience

ODSM and EMGC

Seamless Java environment with Oracle FMW and Fusion Apps

Additional platform support – AIX

OUD and ODSEE Co-existence • Fully compatible with ODSEE • Replication gateway provided as part

OUD and ODSEE Co-existence

Fully compatible with ODSEE

Replication gateway provided as part of OUD

Bi-directional replication with ODSEE

Run in mixed environment of OUD and ODSEE with ease

Zero down time upgrade from ODSEE to OUD

ODSEE Replication Topology ODSEE Directory Server 1 ODSEE Directory Server 2
ODSEE
Replication
Topology
ODSEE
Directory
Server 1
ODSEE
Directory
Server 2
OUD Replication Topology OUD Directory Server 1 OUD Directory Server 2
OUD
Replication
Topology
OUD
Directory
Server 1
OUD
Directory
Server 2
OUD Replication Gateway
OUD
Replication
Gateway

OUD

Replication

Gateway

1 OUD Directory Server 2 OUD Replication Gateway OUD Replication Gateway Oracle Confidential - under NDA
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Rolling Upgrade from ODSEE to OUD • Step 1 – upgrade to ODSEE 11gR1 –

Rolling Upgrade from ODSEE to OUD

Step 1 – upgrade to ODSEE 11gR1

The next patchset will support older versions to replicate with OUD to eliminate this step

Step 2 – upgrade ODSEE servers to OUD one at a time

Step 3 – set up replication gateway between OUD and ODSEE once the first OUD is in the mix

Step 4 – continue to upgrade all ODSEE servers to OUD with no down time until it is complete

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OUD vs. Open Source OpenDS
Comparison
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OUD Vs. OpenDS – Why NOT Open Source • Oracle support and innovation only available

OUD Vs. OpenDS – Why NOT Open Source

Oracle support and innovation only available through OUD

No support for open source OpenDS and Oracle will only contribute bug fixes

Fully unified solution only available through OUD

Complete pure Java solution with OVD and DIP for storage, virtualization and synchronization

Elastic horizontal scalability only available through OUD

Dynamic and elastic data distribution with global index for unmatched horizontal scalability

High availability, load balancing and additional security only available through OUD proxy server

Unsurpassed usability and enterprise manageability only available through OUD

ODSM and EMGC

Better quality with OUD

More thorough testing using ODSEE test suite and simulated customer environments

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Architecture
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Architecture Oracle Unified Directory Protocol Handling (LDAP, LDAPS, JMX, ) Front End Provide access to

Architecture

Oracle Unified Directory Protocol Handling (LDAP, LDAPS, JMX, ) Front End Provide access to Directory
Oracle Unified Directory
Protocol Handling
(LDAP, LDAPS, JMX, )
Front End
Provide access to
Directory Service
Naming Context, request filtering
policy, resource limits
Naming Context
List of accessible
naming context
Local
Load
Distribution
Distribution
Balancing
Back-End
algorithms
Proxy
Schema
Local DB
(Load-balancing algorithms)
BE
backend
Default data store
(Oracle BDB JE, ACID)
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Detailed Features / Functions / Benefits
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Features and Functions Java-based directory KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS Industry first 100 % Java directory

Features and Functions

Java-based directory

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Industry first 100 % Java directory service solution

OUD with DIP and OVD all Java based providing a coherent approach for directory services

Deployable with flexibility on broader choice of platforms including Cloud

OUD is a Java Directory Server

OUD is a Java Directory Proxy

OUD include a Java embedded Database

OUD includes a Java based replication gateway between ODSEE and OUD

Coded in Java, mean less prone to memory leak and server instability

Leveraging Oracle/Sun Expertise on JVM and Java applications

Computing Infrastructure with

reduced associated costs

Coherent approach mean simplified deployment and

maintainability with increased ROI and reduced TCO

Increased server stability and performance. More performance help to reduce underlying equipments reduce TCO

Features and Functions Maturity and Stability KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS OpenDS based • Leveraging the

Features and Functions

Maturity and Stability

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

OpenDS based

Leveraging the OpenDS open source project for core directory server with many additional features like Proxy and Global Index

Product stability and maturity brought by years of experience with OpenDS

OUD based on consolidated years of experience

Engineered by team with over 15 years of experience that created ODSEE (SunDSEE), OID, OVD

Features reach solution that gives many deployment options

Leveraging many ODSEE concept to insure full compatibility for applications

Compatibility with existing applications

Product maturity

Validated with rich tests cases and real customer based use cases

Features and Functions Leveraging Oracle Berkley Database Java Edition KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS Java Edition

Features and Functions

Leveraging Oracle Berkley Database Java Edition

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Java Edition for Oracle BDB as the underlying data store

Embedded Object Oriented data base. Object Oriented data model simplify entry representation as they can be directly mapped into database objects

The JE requires less I/O then “C” edition to complete write tasks

Deployment flexibility , easy installation resulting in reduce costs

Platform choice including cloud infrastructure

Increased stability

Backup are made architecture independent

Increased write performances

More options to recover data if required

Commit change at File System level

Changes can be committed at File System level without need to wait for disk being updated

Increased write performances

Features and Functions Highly Available Solution KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS Proxy providing HA by routing

Features and Functions

Highly Available Solution

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Proxy providing HA by routing requests to alternate servers

Replication Server replicates information between directory instance

Maximize service availability

Keep up with you SLA

 

Proxy can route requests to another directory server or another group of directory server

Telecommunication grade with up to 99.999% availability

Proxy can route requests to an alternate Data-center to provide Geographical redundancy

Instant geographical recovery

Features and Functions Performance for your current and future needs KEY FEATURE DETAILS   BENEFITS

Features and Functions

Performance for your current and future needs

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

 

BENEFITS

Linear processing scalability in monolithic deployments provides vertical scalability

In monolithic deployments, system will leverage additional memory, CPU or disk capacity to accommodate growth providing

No need to re-architect, maximize hardware investment with limited administration needs

that

hardware chassis includes

 

Keep up with you SLA

Optimized for write performances

head room

 

Directory can be leverage for new type of applications that would require frequent updates:

Predictable response time and consistent performance over time d

ith

ti

t

illi

   

-

w

second

response

 

me

own

o m

BDB write capabilities as well as server performances are optimized to maximize write performance and throughput

Presence awareness

Location based services

 

Social networking

Features and Functions Scale as you grow KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS Horizontal scalability in partitioned

Features and Functions

Scale as you grow

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Horizontal scalability in partitioned configurations provides Elastic Directory Services

Overall read and write performance can be scaled up via Proxy/distribution with Global Index

Global Index maps directory entries to the distribution partition in which data is held so that request are routed to the correct partition without need for broadcast

In partitioned approach, additional boxes are added as needed to the configuration, Proxy will distribute data and load across the various partitions

No need to re- architecture entire solution

Grow as you need without requirement to over invest upfront

Reduced initial CAPEX

 

Configuration based on standard boxes added as needed optimizing CAPEX and OPEX costs

Features and Functions Superior Manageability and Supportability KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS Easy installation

Features and Functions

Superior Manageability and Supportability

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Easy installation

Small footprint installation via Oracle Unified Installer and setup panel configured and operational just in a few clicks

Small footprint from memory and disk standpoint

Reduce installation cost:

up and running in a few clicks

Easy to embed into application s or equipments

Advanced User Interfaces

CLI with interactive mode

CLI to increase productivity and reduce administration tasks and associated costs

Oracle Directory Service Manager (ODSM) web-based administration console

Optional monitoring via Enterprise Manager Grid Control

Unified console for OUD, OVD, OID

Monitor pro-actively and maintain historical data

Advanced administration

Scheduler for tasks

More efficient administration tasks result in lower TCO

Multiple options for backup and LDIF imports

Configuration parameters versioned

 
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Features and Functions Standard Based Directory Server and Additional Extensions KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS

Features and Functions

Standard Based Directory Server and Additional Extensions

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Support latest standards

RFC 2696 for Paged results, RFC

Adherence to standard ensure compatibility and broader scope of applications that interoperate with OUD

Directory data leveraged by SOA-based web services

3671

for Collective attributes, RFC

4512

for Name forms & DIT rules,

RFC 4514 for Attribute syntax checks, RFC 4525 for LDAP increment, RFC 4527 for Pre and

post operation read controls, RFC

4528

for Assertions, RFC 4529 for

Request attributes by objectclass , draft RFC for Subtree Delete Control

 

DSML v2

Extensions

Virtual Static groups

Increased security and more flexibility in application deployments

Search in all suffixes in a single operation

Features and Functions Advanced Replication Model KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS Replication Server •

Features and Functions

Advanced Replication Model

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Replication Server

Replications via dedicated servers, those are focused on propagating changes, while off loading directory servers

Assured replication so that write operation completes only when

data are updated on more then one server.

Fractional replication to excluded sensitive attributes from being replicated

Maximize directory server performances

Optimize data replication across the topology

More deployment options with lower TCO

Secured solution with global data-integrity

Increase data protection on sensitive attributes

Prioritized replication

Regulations and compliance

Additional security

Highly available changelog

Efficient changelog handled by replication servers can be configure in high-availability mode

Limited performance impact when turned on

Improved global integrity as application can rely on HA changelog

Features and Functions Highly Secure Directory Service KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS Advance password policy

Features and Functions

Highly Secure Directory Service

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Advance password policy

Customizable attributes for storing password

Maximize security

Password change via extended operations

Password storage scheme choice

Password aging

Tracking last login time

Dictionary for Password validation

Random password for new users

Policy based fine-grained access control

Access rules defined down to the attribute level via ACL mechanism

Policy can be set per security grade of client connection

Advanced protection

Compliance to security regulations and Corporate governance

Encryption

Attribute encryption

Maximize security out of the box

Strong SSL authentication for replication. Setup via wizard

Password always being hashed

 

Further security via Proxy

Proxy can provide additional access control point

Further security and prevents DoS attacks

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Features and Functions Flexible Deployments KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS Proxy load-balancing & routing

Features and Functions

Flexible Deployments

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Proxy load-balancing & routing

Load-balancing via request routing to different servers. Multiple algorithms provided:

Maximize service throughput and SLA fulfilling

Via SearchFilter / Proportional / Saturation / Failover / Optimal

Proxy Distribution

Distribute entries across different data partitions. Multiple algorithms:

Provide elastic deployment capabilities to scale as you grow

Numeric / Lexicographic / DNPattern based / Capacity based

Proxy Distribution with Global Index

Global Index is a collection of indexes that link an entry to the data partition where it is stored

Increase overall performance and efficiency by limiting or eliminating costly broadcast request operations

Features and Functions Compatibility and Interoperability with other Directories KEY FEATURE DETAILS BENEFITS

Features and Functions

Compatibility and Interoperability with other Directories

KEY FEATURE

DETAILS

BENEFITS

Replication Gateway with ODSEE

OUD can be configured as a replication gateway to keep in synch in near real time ODSEE and OUD directory services

Cohabitation of ODSEE and OUD to enable smooth transition at customer pace

Interface at the replication protocol level without need to turn on changelog feature

Zero downtime in migration process

Gateway translates “on the fly” replication protocols and data

Works bidirectional and in HA mode

Synchronization with other directories in conjunction with Directory Integration Platform (DIP)

Directory information synchronized with OID, other 3 rd party directories and database

Coexistence in parallel of two directories or OUD and a Database

Additional languages and platforms • Supported languages: DE, ES, FR, JA, ZHS, ZHT, KO, IT,

Additional languages and platforms

Supported languages: DE, ES, FR, JA, ZHS, ZHT, KO, IT, PTB

Supported platforms: Solaris, Linux, Windows

After Product Release: AIX

Detailed platform list is in Certification Matrix:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html

Supported Java Platforms:

Sun 1.6.0_24+

Jrockit 6 Update 24 R28.1.3+

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Simple Deployment one Data Center DS only Oracle Confidential - under NDA 45

Simple Deployment one Data Center DS only

Simple Deployment one Data Center DS only Oracle Confidential - under NDA 45
Simple Deployment with two Data Centers DS only Oracle Confidential - under NDA 46

Simple Deployment with two Data Centers DS only

Simple Deployment with two Data Centers DS only Oracle Confidential - under NDA 46
Deployment with two Data Centers DS and Proxy Oracle Confidential - under NDA 47

Deployment with two Data Centers DS and Proxy

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Deployment in one Data Center DS and Proxy with Global Index Oracle Confidential - under

Deployment in one Data Center DS and Proxy with Global Index

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Deployment in two Data Centers with Distribution DS and Proxy with Global Index

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Keeping in synch ODSEE and OUD deployments ODSEE OUD Replication Topology Replication OUD Topology Directory

Keeping in synch ODSEE and OUD deployments

ODSEE OUD Replication Topology Replication OUD Topology Directory Server 1 ODSEE OUD OUD Directory Replication
ODSEE
OUD Replication Topology
Replication
OUD
Topology
Directory
Server 1
ODSEE
OUD
OUD
Directory
Replication
Replication
Server 1
Gateway
Server 1
ODSEE
OUD
OUD
Directory
Replication
Replication
Server 2
Gateway
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2
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Upgrade and Migration strategies • From DSEE 5.2 to OUD • From DSEE 6.x or

Upgrade and Migration strategies

From DSEE 5.2 to OUD

From DSEE 6.x or 7.0 to OUD

From ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD Initial deployment DSEE 5.2 DS Master 1 DSEE 5.2

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD

Initial deployment DSEE 5.2 DS Master 1 DSEE 5.2 DS Master 3 DSEE 5.2 DS
Initial deployment
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 1
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 3
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 2
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 4
Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD Step 1 DSEE 5.2 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD

Step 1 DSEE 5.2 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 5.2 DS
Step 1
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 2
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 4

Master 3 is upgraded to ODSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD Step 2 DSEE 5.2 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD

Step 2 DSEE 5.2 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 5.2 DS
Step 2
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4

Master 4 is upgraded to ODSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD Step 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD

Step 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 5.2 DS
Step 3
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 5.2
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4

Master 1 is upgraded to ODSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD Step 4 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD

Step 4 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS
Step 4
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4

Master 2 is upgraded to ODSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD Step 5 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD

Step 5 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS
Step 5
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4

Change password policy from old 5.2 compatibility mode to 11gR1 mode

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD Step 6 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD

Step 6 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS
Step 6
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4

Install an OUD topology

OUD Directory Server 1 OUD Replication Server 1 OUD Replication Server 2 OUD Directory Server
OUD
Directory
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2
Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD Step 7 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD

Step 7 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS
Step 7
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4
Master 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 2 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 4 OUD Directory Server 1
OUD Directory Server 1 OUD Replication Server 1 OUD Replication Server 2 OUD Directory Server
OUD
Directory
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2

Initialize OUD topology by exporting data from ODSEE 11gR1 and importing in OUD

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD Step 8 Final OUD Directory Server 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 5.2 to OUD

Step 8 Final OUD Directory Server 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS
Step 8 Final
OUD
Directory
Server 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
OUD
OUD
Replication
Replication
Gateway
Server 1
OUD
OUD
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4
Replication
Replication
Gateway
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2

Install Replication Gateway

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD Initial Deployment DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 6.x

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD

Initial Deployment DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 6.x DS Master 3 DSEE 6.x DS
Initial Deployment
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 1
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 3
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 2
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 4
Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD Step 1 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD

Step 1 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 6.x DS
Step 1
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 2
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 4

Master 3 is upgraded to ODSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD Step 2 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD

Step 2 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 6.x DS
Step 2
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4

Master 4 is upgraded to ODSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD Step 3 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD

Step 3 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 6.x DS
Step 3
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4

Change password policy from old 5.2 default compatibility mode to 11gR1 mode

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD Step 4 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD

Step 4 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 6.x DS
Step 4
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4

Install an OUD topology

OUD Directory Server 1 OUD Replication Server 1 OUD Replication Server 2 OUD Directory Server
OUD
Directory
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2
Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD Step 4 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD

Step 4 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 3 DSEE 6.x DS
Step 4
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4
DS Master 3 DSEE 6.x DS Master 2 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 4 OUD Directory Server
OUD Directory Server 1 OUD Replication Server 1 OUD Replication Server 2 OUD Directory Server
OUD
Directory
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2

Initialize OUD topology by exporting data from ODSEE 11gR1 and importing in OUD

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD Step 5 Final OUD Directory Server 1 DSEE 6.x

Upgrade from DSEE 6.x/7.0 to OUD

Step 5 Final OUD Directory Server 1 DSEE 6.x DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS
Step 5 Final
OUD
Directory
Server 1
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 3
OUD
OUD
Replication
Replication
Gateway
Server 1
OUD
OUD
DSEE 6.x
DS Master 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 4
Replication
Replication
Gateway
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2

Install Replication Gateway

Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD Initial Deployment DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD

Initial Deployment DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1
Initial Deployment
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD Step 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD

Step 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1
Step 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1

Change password policy from old 5.2 default compatibility mode to 11gR1 - mode if not already done -

Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD Step 2 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD

Step 2 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1
Step 2
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1

Install an OUD topology

OUD Directory Server 1 OUD Replication Server 1 OUD Replication Server 2 OUD Directory Server
OUD
Directory
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2
Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD Step 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD

Step 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1
Step 3
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
OUD Step 3 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 OUD Directory Server
OUD Directory Server 1 OUD Replication Server 1 OUD Replication Server 2 OUD Directory Server
OUD
Directory
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 1
OUD
Replication
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2

Initialize OUD topology by exporting data from ODSEE 11gR1 and importing in OUD

Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD Step 4 Final OUD Directory Server 1 DSEE 11gR1

Upgrade from ODSEE 11gR1 to OUD

Step 4 Final OUD Directory Server 1 DSEE 11gR1 DS Master 1 OUD OUD Replication
Step 4 Final
OUD
Directory
Server 1
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
OUD
OUD
Replication
Replication
Gateway
Server 1
OUD
OUD
DSEE 11gR1
DS Master 1
Replication
Replication
Gateway
Server 2
OUD
Directory
Server 2

Install Replication Gateway

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Next Steps

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