Oracle is happy to announce the general availability of FIDO2 WebAuthn for our cloud identity service. This means that websites and applications that are protected by Oracle can enable their audience of users to authenticate with FIDO2 authenticators for multi-factor authentication (MFA) as well as passwordless authentication.
Although this year has presented new challenges, organizations continue to operate and move forward with innovation during this new normal. This post will focus in on how Oracle Identity and Access Management (IAM) supports customers and some of the ways in which our highly skilled partners are helping customers maximize their IAM solutions to be flexible and user friendly.
Oracle's Identity and Access Management team is focused on the continued success of our customers. This post highlights a number of new and upcoming features in Oracle Identity and Access Management and shares how you can get started.
Oracle has been in the IAM business for more than 20 years and we’ve seen it all. I'm excited to share our IAM team’s enthusiasm for the future and the impact we’ll have on our customers’ businesses in the decade to come.
In this blog post I'll discuss SSO, looking at the different architecture patterns, so that, when you are looking to deliver SSO for an application, whether it is deployed on-premise or in the Cloud, you understand your integration options.