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IBM WebSphere Application Server v7.0 Security by Omar Siliceo

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Protecting application servers

In this section, a simple process to enable security on an application server will be shown in the form of a mini-project. At the end, you are expected to have a secured application server that will challenge users with authentication credentials.

There are some prerequisites that need to be completed. Most of them, if not all, are probably already familiar to you. The very next section states what elements are expected to be available and ready to be used. You should not be required to perform any task.

WebSphere environment assumptions

This mini-project assumes that the following architecture is available: one WebSphere cell environment with at least one node federated to the cell. All of the WebSphere environment ...

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