Posts tagged Payara Server
Transport Layer Security (TLS) was introduced as a replacement for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). TLS is a cryptographic protocol which provides secure communication between a client and a server. It also provides a mechanism by which information is not tampered with, falsified or read by anyone other than the intended receiver. TLS 1.3 was released in August 2018 to replace the widely used TLS 1.2. TLS 1.3 comes with stronger cryptographic algorithms and brings in major improvements in performance, security and privacy, which will be discussed in this blog.
It's 6 months since I posted our last roadmap update and the team have been working hard to deliver what we promised at the beginning of the year and have released both our 191 and 192 releases since then. I therefore thought it was a good time to reflect on what we've delivered so far and what we've still got to do.
You probably know that a DAS, or Domain Administration Server is an instance of Payara Server, but you probably don't know that from the console of Payara Server you can now manage an instance of Payara Micro directly from the DAS. This means from within the admin console you can send your asadmin commands directly to any Payara Micro instance within your cluster.