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Given the frequency of news stories about black hat hackers
having their way with credit card data and other digital goodies, it's
little wonder that identity management and security are consistently hot
topics in the OTN community. This edition of the newsletter features a
selection of articles on IDM and security to help you let the good guys in
while keeping the bad guys out.
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26 to take advantage of the live chat with presenters and other experts.
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If you work with Oracle Identity Management in a large
enterprise environment you owe it to yourself to read this four-part
series comprised of articles written by Abhishek Nair, Rajesh Gaddam, and
Vikesh Parmar, Senior Technology Architects with the Enterprise Security
and Risk Management (ESRM) practice at Infosys Limited.
Marcelo Parisi's article is a proof-of-concept for a basic
infrastructure re-architecture and software configuration needed to
implement a basic virus-checking routine on files before they get to
Oracle WebCenter Content. Read the article.
This technical how-to guide by Lokesh Gupta provides information
on the Access Request Catalog feature in Oracle Identity Management
(OIM), including optimizations required for domain-based indexing used in
cataloging. Read the article.
If you stuffed five business intelligence experts into a
small hotel room and stuck a microphone in front of them, what would they
talk about? In this case, they talked about Oracle Data Integrator and
the changing data integration and data warehousing landscape. Listen to the podcast.
Oracle ACE Director Lonneke
Dikmans is an Oracle Fusion Middleware specialist, an enterprise
architect, and a managing partner at eProseed, an Oracle Platinum
Partner company. The 2007 winner of Oracle
Magazine's Oracle Fusion Middleware Developer of the Year
award, Lonneke is an active community member and a frequent speaker at
conferences and a frequent panelist on OTN ArchBeat podcasts. She most
recently participated in a discussion of Adaptive Case
Management. She is also the co-author of SOA Made Simple
(2012, Packt Publishing) along with fellow Oracle ACE Director and
eProseed colleague Ronald van Luttikhuizen (read a sample chapter).