Oracle Single Sign-On (SSO), is an integration that provides easy, secure, and seamless access to all Oracle enterprise applications with an existing single set of login credentials.
"miniOrange provides Oracle SSO Solution for all Oracle applications like Oracle EBS, Siebel, Peoplesoft, JD Edwards, etc without the need to purchase and install Oracle Access Manager (OAM) and Oracle Internet Directory (OID) licenses."
With the help of the miniOrange Oracle SSO connector, SSO may be enabled between Oracle applications and Azure Active Directory/ Identity Provider (IDP) that supports SAML 2.0 and OAuth. With the successful completion of this Oracle SSO configuration, your user will be able to securely access all Oracle Applications using their already set up Active Directory or IDP credentials. You may learn how to configure SSO and the integration procedures for various Oracle Enterprise applications in the documents listed below. With a successful configuration, you won't need multiple usernames & passwords to login to your Oracle Applications. We are also a recognized Global Modernized Oracle Partner Network (OPN) Partner.
Oracle Access Manager – OAM and Oracle Internet Directory – OID licenses are not mandatory to integrate SSO between Azure, Identity Provider, and any of the Oracle Application accounts
Add an extra layer of MFA security to your Oracle application while logging in. It ensures the right set of eyes has access to your sensitive information sitting on the cloud or on-premise. We support 15+ MFA methods .
Easily Integrate your existing LDAP/Active Directory or any SQL database in miniOrange to provide users SSO login with secure access to Oracle application acccounts using their existing credentials.
User Provisioning helps users update information in your integrated directory IDP and Oracle Applications when you manage user information like CREATE, DELETE or UPDATE user accounts in miniOrange.
Admin can limit their users to Oracle login from specific IPs and devices. These Adaptive Authentication factors provide additional security to your Oracle Applications SSO login.
Use your existing SAML 2.0 or OAuth Identity Provider (IDP) to authenticate into Oracle applications. No need to onboard your users separately, we provide uninterrupted single click access to users.
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Oracle SSO solution gives better productivity and user experience as users don't have to login multiple times or remember different passwords to login to different Oracle applications, thus improving productivity.
Simplicity for both end users and admins as their is no need to migrate existing user data from Identity Providers (IDP), Active Directory (AD) or database where your users are stored.
Along with SSO authentication you can also add an extra layer of security to your Oracle apps by configuring MFA. We offer to log in using backup codes whenever the user is not having the phone available.
Periodically we enforce users to change their Single Sign-On (SSO) password to ensure additional security to Oracle applications.
No need to remember different application URLs, as users are only using one set of credentials to login to any Oracle application via SSO authentication.
We support IT Security Audits such as SoX and HIPAA which are required while enabling SSO authentication for Oracle applications like Oracle EBS 11i, R12, and 12.2.
miniOrange provides a Federated Single Sign On (SSO) login experience for different Oracle Application users. This can be simply achieved by custom Single Sign-On connectors for each of the applications listed above. Oracle applications do not natively support Single Sign-On (SSO) standards & protocols such as SAML 2.0, OpenID Connect, and WS-FED. However, they do support redirection to third-party applications for authentication. This is what allows miniOrange to enforce SSO login procedure across all the Oracle applications securely.
You will need a miniOrange Cloud Account/the miniOrange On-Premise Identity Server, the Security Guide for your Oracle application, and Admin access to the Identity Source of your choice, for integrating miniOrange as a Broker.
Oracle Access Management involves two parts: User Provisioning, which allows you to create & grant access to your users on-the-fly, and Multi-Factor/Adaptive Authentication, which allows you to add extra layers of protection to your Oracle Application.
Oracle Cloud uses the SAML 2.0 standard to enable secure cross-domain communication between Oracle Cloud and other SAML-enabled sites residing on-premise or in a different cloud. The administrator needs to configure SAML 2.0 SSO between Oracle Cloud and the Identity Provider (IDP). When SSO is enabled, the Identity Provider performs authentication for Oracle Cloud.
Oracle SSO password reset can be handled at the Identity Source of your choice - once you've configured SSO for your Oracle Application via miniOrange, you don't need to manage passwords manually for your Oracle Application; you can use the existing Self-Service features on your Identity Source.