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From "Vamsavardhana Reddy" <c1vams...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: At ApacheCon US 2007, learn everything about JEE 5 Application security in Geronimo
Date Tue, 09 Oct 2007 07:20:35 GMT
Those interested/planning to attend this tutorial session, do register
before 12th October, 2007 for ApacheCon US and before 26th October, 2007 for
OSSummit Asia 2007.  Though registrations are allowed beyond these cutoff
dates, number of registration by the cut-off date decides the fate of the
training session.  If the trainings don't receive the required minimum
number of registrations (8 for ApacheCon US & 10 for OSSummit Asia) then
those training sessions will be canceled.

Thanks and best regards,


On 10/3/07, Vamsavardhana Reddy <vamsic007@apache.org> wrote:
>
> Hello All,
>
> I will be conducting a training on "Securing Java EE Applications in
> Apache Geronimo" at ApacheCon US 2007, Atlanta, USA held in November.  Hurry
> up!!  There is also a discount on the registration fee if registered
> before 22nd October 2007.
>
>   - What's the training about?
> It is undisputed that application security is of highest priority.  This
> training is about configuring security for JEE applications running in
> Apache Geronimo 2.0.1.  We show how easily applications can be secured
> using security realms based on LoginModules provided by Geronimo with
> credentials stored in a variety of data stores like simple text files, a
> database, an LDAP server and Digital Certificates.  We discuss
> pre-requisites for each realm, how the necessary infrastructure can be run
> within Geronimo and with step-by-step examples, creating the realms and
> configuring application security.  We show how the Geronimo Admin Console
> simplifies various tasks.  We also show how: to use user implemented
> LoginModules, to use Principal wrapping, to enable Single-Sign-On, Auditing
> and Lockout after repeated failed login attempts.  This training will be a
> one-stop-shop for application security configuration in Geronimo.
>
>   - Who should consider this training?
> This training is for application developers who are connected with the
> security aspects of the applications they develop, system administrators who
> deploy the applications in production and decision makers who want to
> evaluate Geronimo either as a choice of a new application server or as a
> replacement for an existing application server in use.
>
>   - What will attendees learn?
> The attendees will learn about the pre-requisites for various security
> realms provided by Geronimo, the choice of data stores they have for user
> credentials, how to create security realms to authenticate users using the
> data in these data stores, configure Web/EJB/EAR application security and
> enable advanced features like Principal wrapping, Single-Sign-On, Auditing
> and Lockout.  After completing the training, the users will be in a position
> to decide what best suits their development/deployment needs, create
> security realms and create necessary deployment plans to secure their
> applications using the realms.
>
> --
> Vamsi (vamsic007@apache.org)
> (Committer and Member of Apache Geronimo PMC)
> One-stop-shop for configuring JEE application security in Geronimo
> ApacheCon US 2007 http://us.apachecon.com/us2007/program/talk/1977
> OS Summit Asia 2007 http://www.ossummit.com/2007/program/talk/15




-- 
Vamsi (vamsic007@apache.org)
(Committer and Member of Apache Geronimo PMC)
Blog: http://vamsic007.livejournal.com/
One-stop-shop for configuring JEE Application security in Geronimo
ApacheCon US 2007 http://us.apachecon.com/us2007/program/talk/1977
OS Summit Asia 2007 http://www.ossummit.com/2007/program/talk/15

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