This illustration compares an Oracle Identity Management 10g non-colocated (distributed) environment and the resultingi Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g environment after upgrade.
A box on the left represents the Oracle Application Server 10g farm, which consists of:
Two Oracle homes: one that contains Oracle HTTP Server, Oracle Single Sign-On, and Oracle Delegated Administration Services 10g, and one that contains Oracle Internet Directory and Oracle Directory Integration Platform 10g.
A database that contains the Oracle Single Sign-On and Oracle Internet Directory schemas (ODS and SSO schemas).
The box on the right represents the upgraded Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g environment, which consists of:
The 10g Oracle Single Sign-On, Oracle Delegated Administration Services, and Oracle HTTP Server Oracle home, which remains unchanged.
The new read-only 11g Oracle home where the Oracle Internet Directory 11g binary files are installed.
The database that contains the Oracle Single Sign-On 10g schema and the upgraded Oracle Internet Directory 11g schema.
An Oracle WebLogic Server domain that contains an administration server and a managed server. The administration server hosts the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console and the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control. The managed server hosts the upgraded Oracle Directory Integration Platform 11g.
Not pictured in the diagram is the new 11g Oracle instance for the Oracle Internet Directory 11g software, which is created when you configure the Oracle Internet Directory 11g instance.