Fabio Turizo

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Payara Server LDAP Integration - Part 1: Configuring the LDAP Server

04 Nov 2016

If you work in an organization with a robust IT department, it's very likely that you are using a LDAP server to handle your user directory information. You probably have to follow some general guidelines dictating that all web applications deployed within the organization’s infrastructure must...

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How to Contribute to Payara Server

12 Oct 2016

As you probably know, Payara Server was created as an effort to fill the gaps that Oracle left when they dropped commercial support offerings for Glassfish Open Source Edition 4.x versions. However, our goal at Payara Services is not only to fill these gaps in support, but to strengthen the...

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Microservices for Java EE Developers

15 Sep 2016

Nowadays, the concept of microservices is more than a simple novelty. With the advent of DevOps and the boom of container technologies and deployment automation tools, microservices are changing the way developers structure their applications. See how microservices can be a valid option for Java...

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Payara Server Lite Nodes

09 Aug 2016

As part of the new features introduced with the release of Payara Server 162, you can now form a cluster of Payara Server instances using the concept of Hazelcast “Lite Nodes”. This can help you create more flexible cluster topologies.

 

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ForgeRock Integration with Payara Server - Part 2: Access, Deploy & Test

22 Jul 2016

Click here to see part 1 (Installation)

 

Access Configuration

Now that the ForgeRock tools have been installed, we will configure them with some basic access configuration. First, proceed to login to the OpenAM application (context /openam) with the amadmin user, and the application will show...

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ForgeRock Integration with Payara Server - Part 1: Installation

14 Jul 2016

Click here to see Part 2 (Access, Deploy & Test)

Introduction

Today, one of the most important concerns for enterprise applications is to implement robust security mechanisms that allow developers and operation staff to easily integrate applications in a stable infrastructure and allow their...

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Creating Uber JAR with Payara Micro

21 Jun 2016

Payara Micro allows running web applications in a self-contained and easy way. Since the release of Payara Server 162, there is a simple way to generate an “Uber” JAR that bundles the contents of a WAR file and the classes and resources that compose Payara Micro!

 

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