Streams Console 4.2: Secure Configuration Repository – RabbitMQ Example

New for the 4.2 release of Streams is a feature giving users the ability to securely store application specific configuration information or parameters that can be used during application authentication or connection time. These objects, called application configurations, can now be stored securely in a Streams domain. This article will demonstrate how to create and […] Continue reading Streams Console 4.2: Secure Configuration Repository – RabbitMQ Example

Configuring Kerberos authentication for Streamtool, Domain Manager, and Streams Console

In this tutorial, you will learn how to configure Kerberos authentication for three IBM Streams interfaces for the current user. The interfaces are: Streams Console, Streamtool, and Domain Manager. Prior to Streams 4.2, login modules and client certificates could be used to customize user authentication for an enterprise domain. Now, Kerberos is an option. Kerberos […] Continue reading Configuring Kerberos authentication for Streamtool, Domain Manager, and Streams Console

IBM Streams V4.1 and User Authentication with Client Certificates

Scott Timmerman is a member of the IBM Streams development team. In his presentation, Scott provides an introduction to user authentication with client certificates, discusses public key infrastructure terms and concepts, and demonstrates how to configure Streams to authenticate using client certificates. Continue reading IBM Streams V4.1 and User Authentication with Client Certificates