Partner Webcast – Oracle ADF Security & Best Practices - 28 August 2012
By Thanos Terentes Printzios on Aug 15, 2012
Every day, enterprises and organizations make more services accessible online on many different platforms. Users can consume these services anytime anywhere. Making these services available in different ways however makes it difficult to prevent unauthorized access to the backend systems and secured resources. It is very important to understand what the applications expose and focus on implementing best security against protected resources.
In this webcast we will discuss how to protect your Oracle ADF applications from unauthorized access. Using the Oracle ADF Security and Oracle Platform Security Services developers are able to focus more on what resources need to be protected than how to implement the security.
Oracle provides, the Oracle Platform Security Services, an integrated security environment that builds on the underlying Java EE standards and is portable across application servers, while Oracle ADF Security feature provides a declarative and visual development environment for building Oracle platform security services-based security into Oracle ADF applications.
Join us in this session to discover how to protect the resources you care about the most and enforce security configurations.
- Security Risks and Patterns
- Security Overview and Best Practices
- Oracle Platform Security Services and ADF Security
- Designing Security into ADF applications
- Deploying and Configuring security enabled ADF applications on WebLogic Server
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