ApacheCon Seville 2016 – Implementing Security in Apache Geode Using Apache Shiro – Jinmei Liao

Implementing Security in Apache Geode Using Apache Shiro – Jinmei Liao

Apache Geode (incubating) is a distributed in-memory data grid built for high throughput low latency applications. Data stored in a Gode cluster can be accessed by Geode clients (which talk to the server over TCP) and over REST api. One can also manage the Geode cluster over JMX and rest api.

Although you could secure the transport using ssl, role based access control existed only for clients over TCP. In the latest release of Apache Geode, we now have role based access control for all Geode APIs, and we used Apache Shiro for our implementation. In this talk we will provide details on how this was accomplished and present our ÛÏlessons learnedÛ.

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