At ApacheCon Europe, Writer and Political Analyst Nanjala Nyabola will be leading the keynote “Where Do Broken Rights Go? A View from the Global South on the Limits of Techno-solutionism”. Listen to our Feathercast interview with Nanjala and learn more about the keynote and what to expect from it.
We will look to 2 different things here, validation of the server certificate andnvalidation of the client certificates. For the server certificate we will show Let’s encrypt and mod_md and speak aboutnthe new ACMEv2 protocol and OCSP stapling. For the client certificates we look to OCSP and other validations. Demo and quick start example will provided during the talk.
This talk will introduce you to the fundamentals of securing communications with HTTPS. We will start by explaining the basics of X.509 server and client certificates, certification authorities, and using the OpenSSL toolkit. The TLS/SSL protocol will be introduced and how it is used together with HTTP in order to provide for data encryption, integrity, and authentication. We will talk through some important configuration details, standard use cases, common pitfalls, known SSL vulnerabilities, and issues when using HTTPS. The Apache HTTP Server will be used to provide specific examples, but the general information of the talk will be applicable to most server software that supports HTTPS.
One of the best not-so-well-known features of Apache httpd is its incredible capability as a Reverse Proxy server. Whether as a front end to application servers such as Tomcat and PMP-FPM, or as a caching server for static content, or as a robust load-balancer with dynamic configuration, or all, Apache httpd is not only feature rich but easily matches or surpasses the performance of other proxies.
All the Ins and Outs related to what’s old, and NEW, in Apache httpd 2.4. If you haven’t use httpd in awhile, this is a great way to find out all the new features and enhancements. And if you are a current user, you find out about how to tune httpd for peak performance
This talk looks at the latest features in Groovy from 2.5 and 3.0. This includes new AST transforms, new macro features, the new Parrot parser and a myriad of other new miscellaneous features. The talk outlines a broad roadmap of how the new features are planned to be rolled out and the system requirements for each version.
NetBeans has completed its transition to Apache and is now a top level Apache project with a strong and dedicated community and millions of users worldwide. NetBeans always had great support for Apache Maven & having an IDE of our own is a great chance to further promote Apache projects to a large audience. In this session I’ll show you how to plugin your own language, tool, library, server, database or framework and make it easy for developers to get started with them. Use NetBeans as a marketing tool to shamelessly plug your own cool project.
Does it seem strange to you that we collectively collaborate on code but training material is produced individually in private? Why would each company or person produce their own material when it can be sourced from a central location, under a business friendly license, and built on and modified? Or perhaps you just see better ways of producing content, then come along and listen to what the Apache Training project is doing. You’ll find out how make nice presentations with simple markup that can be put under version control and exported to many formats.