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From Mark Thomas <ma...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Our projects, HTTP/2 and ApacheCon
Date Thu, 04 Jun 2015 13:43:05 GMT
On 01/06/2015 16:35, jean-frederic clere wrote:
> On 06/01/2015 05:15 PM, jan i wrote:
>> On 1 June 5 at 17:10, Leif Hedstrom <zwoop@apache.org> wrote:
>>
>> you guys are the specialists, so if you feel a combined track (but then a
>> full track) is the best, then totally ok with me.
>>
>> I actually thought that HTTP2 had very little to do with SSL/TLS,
>> sorry for
>> being naive.
> 
> The first reason is that SSL/TLS is common for httpd, tomcat and traffic
> server, second HTTP/2 requires some new SSL features which have to be
> added in the 3 projects, so we can push it together.

I've already submitted a Tomcat 9 progress report presentation - of
which HTTP/2 and TLS will be a part. I could certainly take the HTTP/2
and TLS part and expand it into a separate presentation.

Something along the lines of:

HTTP/2 and TLS for Java
Outline:
 - Overview of HTTP/2
   - Requirements on TLS
   - JavaEE and HTTP/2
   - Client support
   - Server support
 - Overview of TLS
 - SNI
   - what is it?
   - why do we need it?
   - The unbelievably poor SNI implementation in Java 8
   - What you have do to to make server side SNI useful
 - ALPN
   - what is it?
   - why do we need it?
   - APLN proposals for Java 9
   - Fun and games since Java EE will require ALPN and but have to run
     on Java 8
 - Multiple certificates for the same host (RSA, DSA, ECC)
   - what is it?
   - why do we need it?
   - More fun and games to get this working in Java

Let me know if you want me to submit something.

Mark


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