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Learn
  • Setup your development environment for WebLogic with Maven
  • Develop applications with Maven using fast split-deployment
  • Configure your applications to take advantage of Java EE Security
  • Understand how to integrate with WebLogic security
  • Configure a Security Realm from scratch
  • Integrate with your enterprise security systems
  • Detailed how-to Kerberos single-sign-on configuration with a little, but userful, knowledge base to solve some typical issue
About

Security is a must in modern Enterprise architecture, and WebLogic implements a very complete and complex architecture for configuration and implementation, and we need to deeply know in technologies, terminology and how the security process works between all actors.
Transparent security of your applications and Weblogic infrastructure need a good knowledge of the issues you can incur in this long and error prone configuration process.

"Securing WebLogic Server 12c" will simplify a complex world like WebLogic Security, helping the reader to implement and configure. It’s the only fast guide that will let you develop and deploy in a production system with best practices both from the development world and the operation world.

This book will try to make a clear picture of Java EE Security with clean and simple step-by-step examples that will guide the reader to security implementation and configuration

From the concepts of Java EE Security to the development of secure application, from the configuration of a realm to the setup of Kerberos Single Sign on, every concept is expressed in simple terms and surrounded by examples and pictures. Finally, also a way to develop WebLogic Security Providers with Maven, so that you can add the security part of your infrastructure to your enterprise best practices.

Features
  • Discover Authentication providers
  • Configure security for WebLogic applications and develop your own security providers
  • Step by step guide to administer and configure WebLogic security providers
  • Quick guide to security configuration in WebLogic realm
Page Count 100
Course Length 3 hours 0 minutes
ISBN 9781849687799
Date Of Publication 23 Nov 2012

Authors

Luca Masini

Luca Masini is a Senior Software Engineer and Architect who started as a Game Developer for Commodore 64 (Football Manager) and Commodore Amiga (Ken il Guerriero); he soon switched to object-oriented programming and, from its inception in 1995, he was always attracted to the Java language. He worked on this passion as a consultant for some major Italian banks, developing and integrating major software projects for which he has often taken on the technical leadership role. He adapted Java Enterprise in environments where COBOL was the flagship platform, converting them from mainframe-centric to distributed. He then shifted his focus to open source, starting from Linux, and then enterprise frameworks, with which he was able to introduce concepts like IoC, ORM, and MVC with minimum impact. He was an early adopter of Spring, Hibernate, Struts, and a whole host of other technologies that in the long run have given his customers a technological advantage and because of which development costs have also lowered. Lately, however, his attention has been completely directed towards the simplification and standardization of development with Java EE, and for this reason he's now working at the Information and Communications Technology department of a large Italian company to introduce advanced build tools (Maven and Continuous Integration), archetypes of projects, and Agile Development with plain standards. He has worked on the following books published by Packt Publishing: • Google Web Toolkit • Spring Web Flow 2 • Spring Persistence with Hibernate

Rinaldi Vincenzo

Vincenzo Rinaldi was born in Milan, Italy, and continues to live and work there. He has over 10 years of experience with system administration in critical contexts, where he contributes with designing, managing, and supporting internal IT infrastructures. He studies and researches many technologies, products, Operating Systems, and custom implementations on a daily basis to meet the business processes. He works with many suppliers, internal teams, and customer services in a mass retail company and coordinates a team to work in the middleware, Operating Systems, and DB stack. He is an RHCE Certified Engineer and also has great experience in WebLogic setup and administration, generally in the middleware layer. You can read more about him on his Linkedin profile at http://www.linkedin.com/in/vincenzorinaldi.