Roy Clarkson and Greg Turnquist discuss using Spring Data REST to build a back-end for a startup, exemplifying with Spring-A-Gram, an app built with Spring Data REST and secured by Spring Security.
Brannen and Fränkel cover the latest testing features in Core Spring, Spring Boot, and Spring Security, and tips on integration testing with TestNG, DB transactions, SQL script execution, etc.
Rob Winch discusses how to properly secure your RESTful endpoints and explores some common pitfalls when applying security to RESTful APIs with the help of Spring Security.
Craig Walls presents the latest that Spring Social has to offer, including integration with Spring Security, automatic reconnect, and a dramatically simpler configuration model using Spring Boot.
Rob Winch shows how to incrementally build security into an application, highlighting the new features in Spring Security 4 along the way.
Mike Wiesner advises on dealing with security tradeoffs when creating Servlet Container, Spring MVC or Spring Integration type of applications.
Robert Winch explains how to secure a multi-tenant application with Spring Security and how to enable OAuth 2.
David Syer discusses identity management, SSO, security standards –SAML, OpenID, OAuth, SCIM, JWT-, how Spring Security can fit in, and demoing IdM as a service.
John Davies examines Visa’s architecture and shows how enterprises have architected complex integrations incorporating Hadoop, memcached, Ruby on Rails, and others to deliver innovative solutions.
Craig Walls talks about securing the modern web and how OAuth can help with that, showing how to secure and consume resources with OAuth.
Rob Winch demoes some of the new features in Spring Security 3.1: multiple http elements, stateless authentication mode for RESTful services, Debug Filter, CAS support for proxy tickets, JAAS, etc.
Mike Wiesner demoes using Spring Security 3 with its new features, such as expression language-based authorization and extensions, to implement authentication and authorization in Java applications.