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Generational Garbage Collection with IBM JVM for Oracle Unified Directory

A main difference between IBM J9 JVM and Oracle JVM is that IBM’s JVM has different heap structure than Oracle’s JVM. By default IBM JVM (java 6) does not use Generational Garbage Collector. 187 more words


Migration from OID to OUD: Adapting EUS metadata

By Sylvain Duloutre on Sep 10, 2015

Enterprise User Security is an important component of Oracle Database Enterprise Edition. It enables you to address administrative and security challenges for a large number of enterprise database users by centralizing users and roles in a LDAP directory. 228 more words


Integrating OUD in Monitoring Frameworks: Service Users

By Sylvain Duloutre on Sep 04, 2015

Oracle Unified Directory is an all-in-one directory solution with storage, proxy, synchronization and virtualization capabilities.

It can be monitored and integrated in various Monitoring Solutions including Oracle Enterprise Manager, via a dedicated… 594 more words


OUD Directory Server vs Replication Server: Who Cares ?

By Sylvain Duloutre on Jul 20, 2015

Oracle Unified Directory replication model relies on 2 logical components, Directory Servers and Replication Servers. Directory Servers contain user data, pushes changes to replication changed and get updates from replication servers. 156 more words


Oracle Unified Directory 11gR2 PS3 available for download

By Sylvain Duloutre on May 19, 2015

The Identity Management 11gR2 PS3 release, including OUD 11gR2 PS3 is available on eDelivery.
To download OUD, go to  48 more words


New OUD Source Code plugin examples

By Sylvain Duloutre on Apr 08, 2015

I’ve just published a couple of OUD plugin examples to help customers develop their own extensions.

The ZIP package includes 2 plugin examples to demonstrate the richness of OUD plugin API. 92 more words


Support Dates for ODSEE have been updated

By Sylvain Duloutre on Mar 10, 2015

FYI, the End of support dates for ODSEE have been updated. See link below (page 37 and 42): 9 more words