WebSphere Single Sign On using SPNEGO and Kerberos
Note: This is part of the $299 special deal as this course was released before December 2015.
- Have you ever wondered how to install and configure Single Sign On for WebSphere Application Server?
- Have you ever had trouble enabling Kerberos and SPNEGO?
- Have you wondered how to automate the creation of a Kerberos, SPNEGO and SSO WAS configuration?
- Would you like to know how to create a Kerberos Key Distribution Centre?
- Learn how to use Microsoft Active Directory tools to help test and verify your Kerberos-based SSO solution.
- Like to know key tools from the Windows Resource kit, and Java, which can be used to help with Kerberos and SPNEGO debugging?
The WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5.x – Advanced Security Concepts course provides the student with a detailed example-based guide which takes the student through how to configure Global Security for a Standalone Repository for the express purpose of connecting WAS to Microsoft AD, and enabling Full Single Sign on. This course covers how to set up Windows 2012 Server as a Primary Domain Controller and enabled a Windows 8.1 workstation as part of the full-enabling and testing of a fully functioning SSO solution. Included in this course are Jython and shell scripts and even a Java Web Application that is used to prove that SSO is indeed working as intended. This course is a first on the internet and nothing has been done like this before.
The course contents covers a topic that has previously only ever been known by experienced WebSphere Application Consultant working in large corporate enterprises. This type of course will impart to you the knowledge and give you that much needed edge as a WAS professional.
The course provides over 150 pages of information covering the following topics and more:
Duration: 3-5 Days Self Study
- Experienced JEE Developers and Administrators having good experience with WebSphere Application Servers.
- People looking to upgrade their skills as a WebSphere Application Server administrator, and understand how configure Kerberos security for WAS environments where Microsoft AD is used for Single Sign On.
Basic knowledge of Linux/Windows commands is expected. Prior experience in administering WebSphere Application Server version 6.1-8.x servers is expected, as is basic shell-scripting and Jython understanding, and a good knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server concepts.
Note: Once you have paid and registered, you will gain instant access to download your course materials.