Securing Oracle Coherence explains key security concepts and provides instructions for implementing various levels of security for Oracle Coherence clusters, Oracle Coherence REST, and Oracle Coherence*Extend clients.
This preface includes the following sections:
This guide is intended for the following audiences:
Primary Audience – Application developers and operators who want to secure an Oracle Coherence cluster and secure Oracle Coherence*Extend client communication with the cluster
Secondary Audience – System architects who want to understand the options and architecture for securing an Oracle Coherence cluster and Oracle Coherence*Extend clients
The audience must be familiar with Oracle Coherence, Oracle Coherence REST, and Oracle Coherence*Extend to use this guide effectively. In addition, users must be familiar with Java and Secure Socket Layer (SSL). The examples in this guide require the installation and use of the Oracle Coherence product, including Oracle Coherence*Extend. The use of an integrated development environment (IDE) is not required, but it is recommended to facilitate working through the examples.
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For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Coherence documentation set:
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