Oracle Access Manager(OAM) High Availability Quick Start Guide
(Doc ID 1552688.1)
Last updated on MARCH 09, 2023
Applies to:Oracle Access Manager - Version 22.214.171.124.210611 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Provide a starting point for Customers in regards to Oracle Access Manager (OAM) 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.
This note is going to focus on the HA concept in regards to Oracle Access Manager Components.
- Only has the information available to them that is in the current product documentation set and the MOS knowledge base .
- Will utilize what resources available, but might get to a point were need to refer to other channels to resolve your issue such as:
- Posting your question on the Using Oracle Technology Network (OTN) forum...maybe someone has had the same requirement and has a solution.
- Contact your Oracle Sales/ Consulting person
- Oracle does not recommend which brand or what type of LBR to use.
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