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Single Sign On with Compartment Security

  • Mar 15, 2012 · 6:30 PM
  • MarkLogic Office

Steven Brockman and Tom Diepenbrock, Senior Consultants with MarkLogic will cover Dynamic Role Provisioning, a technique that leverages your existing identity management infrastructure to build secure MarkLogic applications with low maintenance overhead.

They will present an approach to protect one or more MarkLogic Applications with a Single Sign On server and a reverse proxy.   Security is enforced by mutual authentication along with an external Web Service call to look up user credentials (attributes and/or role) information.  The user’s credentials are then applied during the lifetime of the user’s session.  This basically achieves RBAC and ABAC.  The ABAC features take advantage of MarkLogic’s dynamic role provisioning and compartment security features.  This talk includes a demonstration of one such solution.

Mr. Brockman has worked on many levels in the ITspace, including Architecture, Design and implementation of Security solutions, UIs and back-end development. Prior to joining MarkLogic, Steven worked at Oracle and BEA Systems where he supported various Government agencies.

 Mr. Diepenbrock has worked as a software engineer and architect for eighteen years in the defense, intelligence, civilian government and private sector spaces. His interests include enterprise security, large scale enterprise software, and big data.

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  • Niels N.

    Thanks to Steven Brockman and Tom Diepenbrock for a great presentation and demo yesterday!

    March 16, 2012

  • Beverly J.

    The talk was great. It was a good mix of approach, code samples, diagrams, and demo, nicely integrated with government appropriate, though sample for this purpose, authentication and classification methods. The means of adding in complex detailed authorization information at run time was cool, too.

    March 16, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Good information about Single Sign On, and the architecture for an identity security system.

    March 16, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    A very interesting discussion. Security is a tricky concept and the presenters did a great job of simplifying how things like Single Sign-on work.

    March 16, 2012

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