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Oracle Access Manager(OAM) High Availability Quick Start Guide (Doc ID 1552688.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 15, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Access Manager - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Provide a starting point for Customers in regards to Oracle Access Manager (OAM) 11g components and High Availability (HA)

HA refers to the ability of users to access a system without loss of service. Deploying a high availability system minimizes the time when the system is down, or unavailable and maximizes the time when it is running, or available. To solve the high availability problem, a number of technologies and best practices are needed. The most important mechanism is redundancy. High availability comes from redundant systems and components. You can categorize local high availability solutions by their level of redundancy, into active-active solutions and active-passive solutions.

For information on this topic please refer to the product 11g versions Documentation Libraries in regards to:

  • Oracle Fusion Middleware High Availability Guide
  • Enterprise Deployment Guide

 This note is going to focus on the HA concept in regards to Oracle Access Manager 11g Components.


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