The Geronimo renegade, Security and Apache Geronimo's future

An interview with David Jencks

From the developerWorks archives

Nicholas Chase

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: January 23, 2007

A full-service application server like Apache Geronimo needs to have a full-service security implementation, and that means more than just supporting SSL connections. It means securing the internal requests made within an application. In this installment, David Jencks talks to the renegade about the current and future view of Geronimo's security implementation.

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