Application and platform security requirements are changing under the influence of standards like OpenID and OAuth2, and the increasing demand for lightweight and multi-language platforms. Everyone used to be happy if they could implement single sign on for their Java web applications. That's still important, but there is a growing demand for more extensive Identity Management services, both in the enterprise and for public web applications. CloudFoundry is a nice use case for this new service model: it has multi-language support and security requiements that go beyond simple single sign on. What does that mean, and what does it mean for Spring Security? Come to this presentation to find out.
Dr David Syer is a founder and contributor to Spring Batch, lead of Spring Security OAuth, and an active contributor to Spring Integration, Spring Framework, Spring AMQP, Spring Security. He is an experienced, delivery-focused architect and development manager. He has designed and built successful enterprise software solutions using Spring, and implemented them in major institutions worldwide. David is known for his clear and informative presentation style and has deep knowledge and experience with all aspects of real-life usage of the Spring framework. Recent publications have appeared in Java World, and the CloudFoundry and SpringSource blog sites.More About Dave »