Identity Delegation and Federated Authentication

What is Identity? Identity is a generic term which identifying user and attributes of user within an electronic system. An electronic system identify a user using the information shared by the user with the electronic system. Hence identity is not what you are, it is all about what you share. Identity and Access Management is…

Dynamic Rates Management Module Research

Rates maintenance is a common requirement in today’s business applications. This solution allows systems to maintain rates in more dynamic approach where the administrative or the operational user could define rate formulas. The solution is based on rate bases where a rate base could be any artifact that to be considered when defining a rate…

Multi-Tenant System Administration Module Design with Federated Authentication

System administration is a common requirement in many of the systems. This includes user authentication to authorization management to content within a system. There are set of commonly used functions within an legacy administrative module for authentication and authorization such as; User Authentication 1. User Management Maintenance of user authentication credentials within the system in…

Session Management in J2EE

Web applications are following HTTP protocol for communication where it instructs how to transport Hyper Text content over a TCP/IP based network environment. HTTP is known as a state-less protocol where the protocol will NOT provide any functionality to keep track of the messages communicated between client and server over the network. Server will need…

Linux environment virtual memory

In operating systems virtual memory adds an extension to the random access memory of the computing device. This post will explain how to add a virtual memory (swap area) for a Linux based operating system. Virtual memory (swap) space of a Linux environment could be added using an image file which is created on any…

Create a ftp user in Linux

In order to enable communication of large files over File Transfer Protocol (FTP), a user is required to be created on the operating system mounted to a specific root within the operating system. The following explains how to create a FTP user within Linux environment. 1. login on to the shell as root > su…