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Administration and application traffic on different ports
For better security, an application server's application traffic can be initiated from the web server in the DMZ, but it should not be possible for administration traffic. For Liberty profile, it is difficult to achieve.
SSL Certificate Management for Liberty Profile. Certificate expiry Alerting and Certificate Renewal
WAS Liberty Profile requires SSL expiry monitoring and alerting. SSL Certificates are usually valid for many years, and the expiry dates of certificates are often missed, until the system fails due to expired certificates.
Trusted DB2 for z/OS connection for Liberty Profile
It would be very helpful if WAS Liberty Profile supported DB2 trusted connections and trusted contexts. Right now I am forced to use SyncToOSThread functionality but that causes problems with authorization to write to log files. I am working on ...
For better security, it should be possible to configure what http methods can be used to access an application. For example, application 1 may only allow http get/put. Application 2 may disallow http options.This applies to both traditional WAS a...
Support for custom URL Resource Providers in WebSphere Liberty Profile
Within our company we use WebSphere Liberty Profile during development since it greatly improves the performance. Unfortunately there is some disconnect between full-blown WebSphere and WebSphere Liberty Profile in the area of configuration. The f...
Provide Daily Log File Handler for WebSphere Liberty Profile
Many customers have a need to perform a daily rollover of their logfiles (and archive them on a daily basis). So far this is not available out-of-the-box with WebSphere Liberty Profile.It would be great if we would have/implement a solution in thi...
SPNEGO / Kerberos across multiple Liberty instances
Our environment is working this way:There are several different host server (Windows) which are hosting the applications:Host A (JTS, RDNG, RQM), Host B (RTC), Host C (JTS_Lic, Licenses, JRS, DW, ..)All applications are running in different profil...
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