Design for application security
- November 12, 2017
Eariler this year we spoke with Jim Manco of Manicode security. It was immediately prior to Oracle OpenWorld 2017, in which Manico was delivering a JavaOne session on Java SE 9 security. There are ...
- October 04, 2017
Engaging speakers like Jim Manico or Ivar Grimstad can make all the difference when choosing a session at a conference like JavaOne 2017 than the session syllabus.
- October 03, 2017
Will the future involvement of the Eclipse Foundation lead to a faster and more nimble Java platform update process? Oracle's Michael Lehmann believes it will.
- October 02, 2017
From the release of Java 9 to the GPL of OpenJDK builds, recent Oracle announcements have energized the Java community, creating a palpable positivity at JavaOne 2017.
- October 02, 2017
Java EE security has always been a mixed bag in terms of simplicity and standardization, but the new Java EE Security API, JSR-375, plans to change all of that.
- September 12, 2017
If Oracle moves to a six-month Java release cycle instead of the existing feature-driven one, what happens next? We talk to Azul's Gil Tene about Mark Reinhold's proposal.
- September 08, 2017
In TheServerSide's ongoing coverage of developing secure Java software, I spoke recently with Tim Mackey, the IT evangelist for Black Duck Software. The conversation was interesting enough to pull ...
- September 01, 2017
There's really nothing new under the sun when it comes to addressing security vulnerabilities in code. While there has been a great shift in terms of how server side application are architected, ...
- August 14, 2017
Should you implement a custom user registry to help mitigate access to your various LDAP servers in order to simplify security tasks such as authentication and group association? The answer to that ...
- October 05, 2016
Everyone wants to contribute to open source projects, but few consider the risks. Salesforce evangelist James Ward outlines the legal and security risks involved.
- August 03, 2016
Presenting at QCon New York, Java Champion Trisha Gee talks about the hot-button topics in the conference's community, including NoSQL, IntelliJ and Java 8.
- July 13, 2016
As the industry moves away from traditional SOA, organizations are instead choosing to create portable applications with SOA and microservices.
- July 12, 2016
Container technology is changing the enterprise software landscape, but many unfounded fears are delaying Docker adoption.
- March 18, 2016
Creating a safer Internet has become a central topic of discussion at Fluent 2016. The Seif project is one attempt to improve Web security and deliver trusted infrastructure to the Web.