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What does OAAM stand for?

OAAM stands for Oracle Adaptive Access Manager (Oracle Corporation)

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Key components of the Oracle Access Management Suite include: -- Oracle Entitlements Server -- Oracle Adaptive Access Manager -- Oracle Access Manager -- Oracle Identity Federation Supporting Quotes "Organizations today are struggling to cope with the increasing sophistication of threats, the business and regulatory demands for stronger security controls, and the need to demonstrate compliance across enterprise systems," said Amit Jasuja, vice president, Oracle Identity Management.
The family of best-in-class software includes Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle Access Manager, Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, Oracle Enterprise Single Sign-On Suite, Oracle Identity Federation, Oracle Role Manager, Oracle Virtual Directory, Oracle Internet Directory, Oracle Management Pack for Identity Management and Oracle Web Services Manager; all of which can be used in its entirety or as individual components.
The family of best-in-class software includes Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle Access Manager, Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, Oracle Enterprise Single Sign-On Suite, Oracle Identity Federation, Oracle Role Manager, Oracle Virtual Directory, Oracle Internet Directory, Oracle Management Pack for Identity Management and Oracle Web Services Manager; all of which can be used in its entirety or as individual components.
The family of best-in-class software includes Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle Access Manager, Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, Oracle Enterprise Single Sign-On Suite, Oracle Identity Federation, Oracle Virtual Directory, Oracle Internet Directory, Oracle Management Pack for Identity Management and Oracle Web Services Manager; all of which can be used in its entirety or as individual components.