Posts Tagged ‘LDAP’

Oracle Fusion SaaS Security with Oracle Analytics Cloud

The question that is often asked is: Can we leverage the same security we already have in Oracle Fusion SaaS (which includes users, duties, roles and security policies) to secure data in Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC – an Oracle PaaS)? The answer is Yes. To understand better how this is possible, keep reading. This blog […]

Managing Ghost Users & Repository Growth in AEM

In my earlier post, User Admin Console (Classic UI) & Crashing Browsers, I discussed how business analysts and administrators can make use of queries to debug user and group-related issues in AEM. In relation to that topic, I noticed we have a business requirement to add users to AEM, but we do not have a requirement to remove users […]

10 Wishes for Hadoop’s Next 10 Years! #HS16SJ

Day 2 of Hadoop Summit 2016 ended with a big birthday bash for a big yellow elephant named Hadoop.  On account of this milestone, the conference has spent a lot of time discussing what’s next for the platform and the ecosystem, here’s the top ten things on my wishlist for the next 1o years: Assemblies. […]

Token-based authentication: Part 2 – JWT with DP firmware 7.2.0.1

In my previous article, I covered JSON Web Token and how to issue and validate it on data power firmware v 7.2.0.0 using custom gateway scripts. In this article, I will cover the issuance and validation of JWT with AAA action on data power firmware v 7.2.0.1. No need to write the code. Leverage the […]

Using ADFS 2.0 for Role Management in SharePoint 2010

I noticed that almost all of my most recent blog posts on the new claims features of SharePoint 2010 involve using ADFS 2.0 in some way. However, I don’t want to leave folks with the impression that this is a requirement. In fact, when SharePoint 2010 reaches RTM, you’ll be able to happily federate SharePoint […]