The system administrator is responsible for:
Configuring security realms.
Managing user accounts and groups.
Managing audit logs.
Managing server certificates and configuring the server’s use of secure sockets layer (SSL).
Handling other miscellaneous system-wide security features, such as security maps for connector connection pools, additional JACC Providers, and so on.
A system administrator uses the Admin Console to manage server security settings and keytool to manage certificates. This document is intended primarily for system administrators.