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by Alex Theedom | Published February 10, 2018
The new and long-awaited Java EE Security API (JSR 375) ushers Java enterprise security into the cloud and microservices computing era. This series shows you how the new security mechanisms simplify and standardize security handling across Java EE container implementations, then gets you started using them in your cloud-enabled projects.
As one of the three core specifications introduced with Java EE 8, the new Java EE Security API is an…
HttpAuthenticationMechanism's annotation-driven approach is a welcome departure from the tedium of manually configuring authentication for Java web applications. Learn how…
Learn how to use the new IdentityStore interface to setup and configure RDBMS or LDAP identity storage in your Java…
This final article in the Java EE Security API series introduces the SecurityContext API, which is used to interrogate caller…
Understand what the PortfolioEntity is and how to implement your own PersistentEntity in Lagom, leading into event sourcing.
Learn about a CQRS-based system, which allows separate models for reads and writes, enabling individual optimization for each side.
Learn how to query an event-sourced and CQRS-based system, and how to move processing into its own asynchronous boundary.
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