Presentation Title: Building Secure Rest Architectures With ORDS
Speaker: Mr Luis Rodríguez Fernández
Company: CERN
Presentation abstract: In 2005 CERN installed its first instance of Oracle HTMLDB defining two different services: AND for the PL/SQL reports. This last one was often used by our developers as "poor man" HTTP APIs. Nowadays, thanks to ORDS, our CERN Users Community can easily create RESTful APIs without the need of complex third party frameworks. To create REST APIs with ORDS is simple and even fun, but what about the security? Are my services protected out-of-the-box or there are some extra bits of configuration needed? Who is the responsible, my DBA, the middleware guys, me? In this session we will show you how you can create a REST API easily and fast from your relational models. Also we will teach you how to secure them using different strategies, from the good old classic Basic Authentication to brand new standards like OAUTH2. Finally we will also demo how you can use them in different server-side (Java) and client-side (Javascript) clients.
Presentation begins: 04/12/2017 12:35
Presentation duration: 50
Presentation content level: 2 (1 = indepth, 5 = strategic overview)
Audience experience: Intermediate
Audience function: Oracle, Product Expert, Product User
Speaker biography:  Luis Rodríguez Fernández is a Java developer and middleware specialist with 13 years experience in building portals, web applications and systems integrations. He loves to find simple solutions to complex problems. Luis has been speaker on UKOUG and JavaOne. He currently works for CERN, in Switzerland, and he is member of the openlab program.
Related topics: Development: Technology, Development: Tools, Development: Web
Hall: Hall 6B

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