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GlassFish security

Masoud Kalali

GlassFish security

secure your GlassFish installation, web applications, EJB applications, application client module, and web services using Java EE and GlassFish security measures

by Masoud Kalali

  • 109 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Packt Open Source in Birmingham, U.K .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Java (Computer program language),
  • Internet programming,
  • Computer security

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMasoud Kalali
    Contributionsebrary, Inc
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.A25 K35 2010eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25536401M
    ISBN 109781847199386, 9781847199393
    OCLC/WorldCa704518358

    With the release of GlassFish , we've added a new volume to the product documentation library - a Security Guide.. This information was previously spread across multiple books and mainly in the Admin Guide. GlassFish is an open-source application server project started by Sun Microsystems for the Java EE platform, then sponsored by Oracle Corporation, and now living at the Eclipse Foundation and supported by Payara, Oracle and Red Hat. The supported version under Oracle was called Oracle GlassFish Server. GlassFish is free software and was initially dual-licensed under two free License: Eclipse Public License & GNU General .

      One of the things you will love about this book is that it covers the advantages of protecting application servers and web service providers using OpenSSO. Overview of GlassFish Security. Secure your GlassFish installation and J2EE applications.   GlassFish Security covers many if not all of those aspects, and that's another reason why it should be possible to read this book like an encyclopedia. I went back in time and tried to remember all the times that I have had anything to do with security in GlassFish and checked what the book had to say about it.

    Although GlassFish server delivers a flexible, lightweight and extensible Java EE 6 platform, it can be challenging to get beyond the basics and develop Java applications deployed to GlassFish 3 application server. This book takes an in-depth look at all of the major new features in Glassfish 3 and how it differs from previous Glassfish versions. GlassFish is Sun Microsystems open source application server. It is a competitor to Jboss AS and Apache Geronimo in the open source arena, and is my app server of choice.. Packt Publishing requested that I review one of their latest titles on the subject of GlassFish: GlassFish Security by Masoud Kalali, available to buy from Packt's web site.. I first took a look at GlassFish around .


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GlassFish Security covers a very wide range of security topics, some of which will be applicable to web applications deployed on any JEE application server, whilst others are GlassFish and even host operating system specific. The book doesn't just focus on programmatic security, making use of security APIs, annotations and XML configuration /5(6).

GlassFish Server Open Source Edition Security Guide Release May This book provides instructions for configuring and administering GlassFish Server Size: 1MB. This part covers everything an administrator needs to know about GlassFish security, starting from installation and operating environment security, listeners and password security, through policy enforcement, to auditing and developing new auditing modules.

Before starting the third major part of the book, we have a chapter on OpenDS discussing. GlassFish Server Open Source Edition Security GlassFish security book Release September This book provides instructions for configuring and administering GlassFish Server Size: 1MB.

The GlassFish Security book is an attempt to explain this domain considering Java EE, GlassFish, and OpenSSO capabilities and features. What This Book Covers Chapter 1, Java EE Security Model, discusses how we can secure different Java applications by using the declarative security model or by using the API exposed by Java.

Second chapter of GlassFish security book discusses GlassFish security realms in details and discuss a sample application which uses these realms for authenticating and authorizing users. In the Reviews: 1.

The GlassFish Server documentation set describes deployment planning and system installation. For an introduction to GlassFish Server, refer to the books in the order in GlassFish security book they are listed in the following table.

GlassFish Server Documentation Set 2 Eclipse GlassFish Server Security Guide, Release DRAFT. About System Security in GlassFish Server. Security is about protecting data, that is, how to prevent unauthorized access or damage to data that is in storage or in transit.

The GlassFish Server is built on the Java security model, which uses a sandbox where applications can run safely, without potential risk to systems or users. Security is driven by requirement and design and we implement security on the basis of the requirements provided by analysts.

In this book, we take a programmatic approach to understand Java EE and GlassFish will find plenty of code samples in this : Packt Publishing. Security, most of the time, is the only subject which developers leave for the later development stages, which is a dire pitfall.

Security integration is a very broad topic and this chapter only introduces the OpenSSO server briefly to give you a broader perspective about security integration in general and OpenSSO security in ed on:   Summary.

GlassFish Security Realms. GlassFish Security Realms. Security realms. GlassFish security realms. Adding a custom authentication method to GlassFish. In the next two chapters we will look at GlassFish security independent of the Java EE security and what measures we should consider to have a safe GlassFish ed on: GlassFish Security book authored by Masoud Kalali.

Approach. Security is driven by requirement and design and we implement security on the basis of the requirements provided by analysts.

In this book, we take a programmatic approach to understand Java EE and GlassFish security. You will find plenty of code samples in this book. GlassFish security. [Masoud Kalali] -- Security was, is, and will be one of the most important aspects of Enterprise Applications and one of the most challenging areas for architects, developers, and administrators.

The book starts by introducing Java EE security in Web, EJB, and Application Client modules. Then it introduces the Security.

An authentication realm, also called a security policy domain or security domain, is a scope over which the GlassFish Server defines and enforces a common security policy.

GlassFish Server is preconfigured with the file, certificate, and administration realms. In addition, you can set up LDAP, JDBC, digest, Oracle Solaris, or custom realms.

This part covers everything an administrator needs to know about GlassFish security, starting from installation and operating environment security, listeners and Author: Masoud Kalali. Security is driven by requirement and design and we implement security on the basis of the requirements provided by analysts.

In this book, we take a programmatic approach to understand Java EE and GlassFish security. You will find plenty of code samples in this book. I'm building a JEE6-application that runs on Glassfish v It's a web-application with EJBs, deployed as a WAR (EJB ). Currently i'm trying to configure a.

Java EE 5 Development using GlassFish Application Server The complete guide to installing and configuring the GlassFish Application Server and developing Java EE 5 applications to be deployed to this server David R.

Heffelfinger Chapter No. 8 "Security"File Size: 2MB. Chapter 8 of "Java EE 5 Development using Glassfish" is on Java EE security, covering how to configure realms for Glassfish and then converting applications to use them this chapter, we will cover how to secure Java EE applications by taking advantage of GlassFish's built-in security features.

GlassFish Security book, by author Masoud Kalali, covers Java EE security model and how to design and develop secure Web and EJB modules in Java EE applications and deploy them to GlassFish server Author: Srini Penchikala.

Am I hitting a glassfish specific behaviour, or is it allowed to use programmatic security () with a jdbc realm defined inside without form-login-config? Update I've just seen that there is a possibility to specify a realm insideis it a better approach to build an ear instead of a war in order.After all my criticism: This is a good book worth reading.

Not only for experts but especially for beginners. The experts might like it as reference book. Beginners get a most complete introduction to all security related issues around Java EE with GlassFish 2 and 3. Even if you should know Java EE and GlassFish prior to reading. GlassFish is a free, open-source Java EE 5-compliant application server that is quickly gaining massive popularity.

This book explains GlassFish installation and configuration, and then moves on to Java EE 5 application development, covering all major Java EE 5 APIs.