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Posted May 6, 2003

Netegrity Delivers Expanded Support for Oracle�

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Netegrity, Inc.]

Netegrity, Inc. (Nasdaq: NETE), a leading provider of identity and access management solutions, today announced that it has delivered key technologies to integrate Netegrity SiteMinder® technology with the Oracle9i infrastructure, including Oracle9i Application Server and Oracle9i Database. This product integration, undertaken as part of a strategic alliance between Oracle and Netegrity, enables customers to incorporate an Oracle environment into an enterprise wide single sign-on deployment managed by Netegrity. Customers now can centrally manage user privileges across Oracle applications as well as other enterprise applications, eliminating redundant administration of user information.

Netegrity has expanded its support for the Oracle9i infrastructure with the following:

  • SiteMinder Support for Oracle HTTP Server
  • Netegrity SiteMinder Connector for Oracle
  • Native Support for Oracle User Stores

The article continues at http://www.netegrity.com/News/PressRelease.cfm?ArticleId=432&leveltwo=PressReleases

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