A deployment architecture identifies the software components needed to implement a secure, scalable, high-availability enterprise. The main purpose of a deployment architecture is to illustrate the interrelationships among the major components in the network environment. This Deployment Planning Guide provides information to help you evaluate OpenSSO Enterprise solutions, and to build a deployment architecture.
An implementation plan describes both hardware and software components needed to meet specific quality of service requirements. For example, in your network needs assessment, you may have identified quality of service requirements based on a number of factors such as:
Number and types of users in your enterprise
Levels of access accorded to various user types
Geographic locations of your users
Usage levels and usage trends
Building an implementation plan to address such issues is beyond the scope of this Deployment Planning Guide. To build your detailed implementation plan, you need additional system sizing information and specific low-level implementation guidance. Contact your Sun Sales engineering representative for more information.
Sun Sales Offices
Contact a Sun sales office in your area.
Sun Services and Solutions
Find out about consulting, IT services, and Sun's complete technology solutions.
Sun Support Services
Get quick answers to your system support, management and service contract questions.