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GlassFish Security by Masoud Kalali

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Summary

In this chapter we discussed more about GlassFish security by examining the administration security, password protection, network listener security, and by discussing the benefits of virtual servers for isolating different applications deployed in the a single machine with a single IP address. We also looked at the SSO capability of GlassFish and discussed how we can configure it to our advantage to take away from our clients the burden of going through authentication for each one of the related applications deployed in the application server.

In the next three chapters we will dig into OpenAM to further facilitate the Java EE applications and Web Services security in conjunction with providing SSO across several domains using OpenAM.

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