Archive from July 2016
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 you the current realm configuration for your domain:
The recording of the Payara Team Q&A session, broadcasted live on Wednesday the 20th of July, is now available to watch on YouTube! Payara Engineering and Development Team answered questions from the community (listed below) and discussed Payara Server, Payara Micro, future releases, upcoming features, best practices, use cases and more.
In this short video recap, Ondrej Mihalyi ( @ )- Payara Support Engineer – gives you an overview of the Payara Server 162 Release Notes. Tune in to find out more about the most useful developer and operations features in Payara Server and Payara Micro 162, Payara Documentation update, new Docker images, new demos, how to contribute and more.
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 users to interact with them in a seamless way. While many developers prefer to implement their own security mechanisms or use third-party libraries, a good alternative is to use already established products that handle authentication, authorization, confidentiality, identity, and entitlement on behalf of already developed applications.
Do you want to find out more about Payara Server, Payara Micro, future releases, upcoming features, bug fixes, our view on the latest industry trends, use cases or customer stories? Just post your questions in the comments below - our Payara Engineers' Panel including Mike Croft ( @croft), Ondrej Mihalyi (@Omihalyi), Fabio Turizo, Andrew Pielage ( @ ) and Dominika Tasarz ( @ - event host) - will answer them during the 1-hour live Google Hangouts session!
Application server clustering provides a means to make application infrastructure more robust and perform better. However, it is often very inflexible and even a small change in the cluster topology can involve serious maintenance costs. Payara Server supports a new way of clustering based on Hazelcast, which brings much more flexibility, decreases maintenance costs and adds the benefit of JCache support out of the box.