Oracle has announced the availability of Oracle Entitlements Server 10g Release 3 as part of its identity management offering.
Oracle Entitlements Server 10g R3, based on BEA AquaLogic Enterprise Security, centralises authorisation policies via reusable and auditable authorisation policies.
By centrally defining and managing the authorisation privileges that are granted to a user or role, organisations can lower the cost of administering entitlements and centrally manage compliance initiatives and the enforcement of segregation of duties controls.
The release is the latest in a series of offerings that integrates technology from both Oracle and BEA Systems, which was acquired.
Oracle Entitlements Server 10g R3 is a key component of Oracle Access Management Suite.
"Oracle Entitlements Server 10g R3 unifies leading technology from BEA with Oracle Fusion Middleware to deliver increased value to our customers," said Amit Jasuja, vice-president of Oracle Identity Management.
"With the software, a financial services company using the software, for instance, can centrally define and enforce policies to control a trader's transactions and restrict customer accounts by region, trading exchange, time of day and a customer's net worth."