This illustration compares an Oracle Identity Federation 10g environment with an upgraded Oracle Identity Federation 11g environment.
On the left, one box represents an Oracle Application Server 10g instance, which contains a single Oracle HTTP Server instance and a single OC4J instance where Oracle Identity Federation is deployed. The Oracle Application Server 10g instance is connected to a database, as well as separate boxes representing an LDAP directory, Oracle Single Sign-On, and Oracle Access Manager 10g.
On the right, the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g environment also contains the database and the separate boxes representing an LDAP directory, Oracle Single Sign-On, and Oracle Access Manager 10g.
However, the Oracle HTTP Server is shown in a separate box that represents a separate Oracle instance for Oracle HTTP Server instance, and it is connected to an Oracle WebLogic Server domain where Oracle Identity Federation 11g is deployed.
Oracle Identity Federation is deployed on a managed server in the domain. The domain also contains an administration server where the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console and Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control are deployed.