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Oracle SSO

(10 reviews)

A suite that simplifies enterprise single sign-on deployments for system administrators and extends the benefits of ESSO to remote and mobile users.

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Oracle SSO Features

Authentication Options

Authentication User experience

Process of providing credentials and logging into multiple systems is easy and intuitive for users

(Based on 5 reviews)

Supports Required Authentication systems

Supports required 3rd party Authentication Technologies. Example systems: bioMetric, passwords, key cards, token based systems, etc.

Not enough data available

Multi-Factor Authentication

Provides support for Multi-Factor authentication, so users are required to provide multiple factors to authenticate. For example, something they know, Something they have or something they are.

Not enough data available

Supports Required Authentication Methods/Protocols

Support SSO via Web agents, proxy agents, agent-less, SAML or oAuth and WS-Federation authentication and authorization Web services depending upon the application and business use case

Not enough data available

Federation/SAML support (idp)

Can serve as the identity provider to external service providers so that when the user logs into a service, instead of providing credentials to the service provider, the service provider trusts the identity provider to validate the credentials.

Not enough data available

Federation/SAML support (sp)

Can serve as the Service provider from an external service so that when the user logs in externally they have seamless SSO to internal applications from a service provider.

Not enough data available

Access Control Types

Endpoint access

Provides ability to control access to PC's, Mobile devices, and other endpoint devices.


Local Access

Controls access to legacy applications, web based applications, network resources and servers while employees are on the companies local area network.

(Based on 5 reviews)

Remote Access

Controls access to legacy applications, web based applications, networks resources while employees are outside the local area network.

(Based on 5 reviews)

Partner Access

Controls access to users that are not company employees that are either within the companies local area network or outside the network

Not enough data available

Supports BYOD users

Enables users to use their own device to access company applications.



Ease of installation on server

Installation process is easy and flexible.

Not enough data available

Password Policy Enforcement

Options for resetting and enforcing password policies

Not enough data available

Administration Console

Provides Administration tools/console that are easy to use and learn for routine maintenance tasks

Not enough data available

Ease of connecting applications

Easily provisions new systems, platforms or applications using configuration and not customization.

Not enough data available

Self Service Password Administration

Users can set, change passwords without interaction from IT staff

Not enough data available


Multiple Operating system support

Supports Endpoint access control to multiple operating systems

Not enough data available

Multi-Domain Support

Allows user authentication to be honored by all the hosts in two or more domains

Not enough data available

Cross Browser support

Support access to browser based applications across required browser types

(Based on 5 reviews)

Fail over protection

Provides required failover mechanisms to ensure if one server, network, etc fails users are still able able to authenticate

Not enough data available

Third Party Web Services support

Can call and pass credentials to third party web services.

Not enough data available


Contains pre-built and custom reporting tools to required to manage business

Not enough data available


Provides mechanism for auditing authentication for trouble shooting purposes.

Not enough data available