Administer web services - Security (WS-Security)
The Web Services Security specification defines core facilities for protecting the integrity and confidentiality of a message, and provides mechanisms for associating security-related claims with a message.
- Deploy applications that use SAML
After SAML policy sets and bindings have been configured, and SAML tokens created, the SAML token information can be sent from the original login server to other servers using the SAML propagation feature. We can also extract SAML attributes from an existing SAML token and then create additional tokens using the extracted attributes.
- Administer Web Services Security
To secure web services, we must consider a broad set of security requirements, including authentication, authorization, privacy, trust, integrity, confidentiality, secure communications channels, delegation, and auditing across a spectrum of application and business topologies. We can choose to configure Web Services Security for the application level, the server level or the cell level, depending upon the environment and security needs.
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