The EuroAP platform can run as a service on all supported operating systems. In this demonstration we will show you how to run EuroAP as a systemd service under the EuroLinux 8 operating system.
SAML, OpenID and OAuth are three different authentication and/or authorization standards that can be used in automation. Each of these solutions provides security for users in intranet and Internet applications. In this article, we will explain the differences between these standards.
EuroSSO allows you to manage access to web applications using roles and access rules. The EuroSSO server can be configured to perform many different actions after authentication, such as sending e-mail notifications or performing verification checks.
Using the EuroAP application server, we have the option of running the server (or servers) in Standalone or Domain mode. In today's article, we will take a closer look at how to configure the Domain Controller and Host Controller to work together in the Managed Domain mode. We will focus on a practical example of such a configuration.
The application server can be configured and managed in three ways: using the CLI, the HAL graphic console or by making changes directly in the configuration file. In today's article, we will take a short journey around the EuroAP application server web console and get to know the individual tabs of the graphical interface. As an example we will take a console configured in Domain mode.
Today, we'll take a look at patching our middleware product – EuroAP Application Server (and equivalent JBoss EAP). We will do it two ways – using Administration Console (GUI) and JBoss CLI.