sponsored by Oracle Corporation
Posted:  13 Feb 2009
Published:  13 Feb 2009
Format:  PDF
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
Service-Oriented Security (SOS) aligns with the overall Application-Centric approach of the entire Oracle Fusion Middleware platform - with the goal of providing a comprehensive, standards-based, developer-friendly platform. By leveraging and sharing many of the common Identity Services, SOS allows developers to spend the effort on where it counts the most - the application logic itself. However, to truly move away from the traditional silo-based approach in dealing with identity management, application developers building identity-enabled applications must look to the benefits of these services and understand when and how to use these services in their application design.

This is the first in a series of "Developers and Identity Services" whitepapers, each intended to focus on a specific area of Identity Services from a developer standpoint.





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