Introducing Spring Security
Ben Alex, SpringSource, Australia
Spring Security is a popular, open-source Java security framework that represents the Spring
portfolio's official security capability. It has received hundreds of thousands of downloads, been
ported to other platforms (such as Python and Microsoft .NET) and represents a popular choice in
many banking, government, and military installations.
This session presents practical solutions for addressing today’s complex enterprise application
security requirements using Spring Security. It takes attendees on a step-by-step journey that begins
with the simple security requirement of a login form, and grows to include more advanced
requirements such as web request authorization, single sign on and federated identity (OpenID),
advanced method authorization, plus rich client security considerations.
Ben's security sessions are always intensely demonstration-oriented, and this session promises at
least five separate live demonstrations and code discussions. As such, you will not only discover the
important architectural concepts and standards applicable to enterprise application security, but
you'll also receive plenty of practical tips and solid advice on using this powerful and flexible
Recorded 2008-11-20 at Øredev - oredev.org
JBoss Application Server v7's new architecture is focused on making the day-to-day management of a cluster (or single node) of JBoss servers vastly easier, more centralized, more scriptable (automation) and more secure. In this presentation, Brian Stansberry will cover the core concepts behind the new configuration model — profiles, servers, server groups, hosts, and domains. Then Brian will demonstrate how easy it is to set up and manage a domain of multiple JBoss Application Server instances. He'll show you how to manage your domain both through the managment console that ships with the application server, and via the JBoss Application Server command line interface.
Brian Stansberry is a principal software engineer at Red Hat, working as a core engineer on JBoss Application Server. He is currently leading the development of the new administration and management capabilities in JBoss Application Server 7 and JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6. Previously he was the technical lead for the application server's high availability clustering features.
This video showcases some of the new jBPM web-based tooling support added to Drools Guvnor and the Oryx Designer used by jBPM to allow both business users and developers to create complex BPMN2.0 processes without depending on the traditional development environments.
The new tooling support includes:
* jBPM Custom-workitem definition editor in Guvnor.
* Oryx Designer ability to store processes to PNG and PDF formats.
* Ability to view the BPMN2.0 source of the process in Guvnor.
* Oryx Designer ability to generate process task forms which are fully-executable in jBPM Console. Templates also include form validation support out-of-the-box.
* Tight integration between Oryx Designer and Drools Guvnor.
In this video we create a simple medicine checkout procedure process which used both human tasks and a custom email notification workitem all in Guvnor, then execute it inside jBPM Console.
JBoss AS7 is fast, lean, flexible and the ideal engine to run in cloud deployments, especially when combined with the Red Hat PaaS offering - OpenShift.
In this deep dive presentation, Scott and Tobias will guide you through a number of scenarios from the initial cloud experience to more involved deployment and scaling strategies. We'll demonstrate how OpenShift's Express and Flex differ, how quickly and easily applications are deployed, how and when visibility into the application's performance matter, and finally how PaaS can scale and right-size your application dynamically.
Scott Stark - As one of the original JBoss founding fathers and current VP of Architecture, Scott has been instrumental in leading overall R&D efforts. Most recently, Scott has been the key architect to bring JBoss AS7 to OpenShift Express and Flex.
Tobias Kunze - As co-founder and former CTO of Makara, Tobias is now driving the technical vision behind Red Hat's PaaS strategy with his continuing passion for cloud, web development, and high-performance computing. Prior to co-founding Makara, Tobias ran development and operations for Lycos' price comparison franchise, serving many tier-1 clients such as AOL, Yahoo!, and T-Online. Before that, he served in lead technical roles at many innovative web and media companies.