Oracle EBS SSO Integrations for Oracle EBS 11i, R12, and R12.2

Oracle E-Business Suite EBS SSO Architecture

Oracle EBS SSO Integration with other SSO Solutions

Oracle EBS SSO is highly recommended for improved Oracle EBS Security, and this is a mandatory requirements for security audits. SSOGEN is tightly integrated with Oracle EBS, and SSOGEN is an Oracle Validated Integration for Oracle EBS. Oracle EBS SSO is traditionally enabled with Oracle Access Manager – OAM and Oracle Internet Directory – OID. With SSOGEN, OAM and OID are not required for Oracle EBS SSO.

Oracle EBS SSO – LDAP Options

SSOGEN supports Windows Native Authentication WNA, Kerberos, Desktop Authentication for Oracle EBS. SSOGEN also supports LDAP Authentication with the customer Directory Servers in real-time, and it does not synchronize the users and passwords into the cloud. Here is a quick list of compatible LDAP Servers.

Active Directory

RadiantLogic

UnboundID

OpenDS

OpenDJ

CA Directory

IBM Directory

NetIQ

OpenLDAP

SLAPD

389 Directory Server

Apache Directory

Oracle Internet Directory

Oracle Directory Server

Oracle Unified Directory

Complete SSO for Oracle EBS, PeopleSoft, JDEdwards, and SAP

Oracle EBS SSO – Gateway Options

SSOGEN supports SAML IDP v1, SAML IDP v2, OpenID Providers for Oracle EBS. Through SSOGEN, Oracle EBS would be SSO enabled with other SSO Solutions such as Okta, Oracle Identity Cloud Services – IDCS, OneLogin, Azure SSO, Azure ADFS, Microsoft ADFS, PingFederate SAML SSO, CA Siteminder, IBM Tivoli Access Manager, Oracle Access Manager, and other SSO systems.

Okta

Azure SSO

Microsoft ADFS

Shibboleth

CA Siteminder

OneLogin

NetIQ SSO

OpenID

PingFederate

Tivoli Access Manager – TAM

Oracle Access Manager – OAM

Oracle Identity Cloud Services – IDCS

SSO Gateway for Okta, Azure SSO, Ping, ADFS, Shibboleth, CA Siteminder, Tivoli for Oracle EBS, PeopleSoft, JDEdwards, and SAP

How to enable SSO in Oracle EBS?

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Oracle EBS SSO Integrations

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3 Comments

  1. How does the multi-factor authentication work with Oracle EBS?

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    • SSOGEN Multi-Factor Authentication uses a soft token from a mobile app.

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  2. Well, there are multiple ways that MFA can be configured with EBS. SSOGEN would authenticate users against customers LDAP Server and use soft-token from SSOGEN Mobile App as the second factor for Oracle EBS SSO Logins. Another role that SSOGEN can play is a SSO Gateway role between the third party SSO system such as CA Siteminder/IBM Tivoli Access Manager/Okta/Azure SSO/Micrsoft ADFS, and EBS. However, SSOGEN would add multi-factor capabilities top of the enterprise SSO authentication.

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