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Install a signed certificate with Open Liberty 20.0.0.10’s Automatic Certificate Management Environment Support 2.0

Install a signed certificate with Open Liberty 20.0.0.10’s Automatic Certificate Management Environment Support 2.0

Red Hat Runtimes now supports the new Open Liberty 20.0.0.10 Java runtime. Open Liberty 20.0.0.10 features support for the Automatic Certificate Management Environment (ACME) protocol, which automates the process of obtaining a certificate signed by a certificate authority (CA). The Open Liberty 20.0.0.10 release also includes many bug fixes.

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Flexible single sign-on authentication and more in Open Liberty 20.0.0.7

Flexible single sign-on authentication and more in Open Liberty 20.0.0.7

Open Liberty 20.0.0.7 lets you disable the default of returning Lightweight Third-Party Authentication (LTPA) cookies for authentication when using Trust Association Interceptor (TAI) or Simple and Protected GSS-API Negotiation Mechanism (SPNEGO) authentication. You can also disable JSON Web Token (JWT)  cookies when using JWT’s single sign-on (SSO) feature. In this article, we introduce these improvements and more in the new Open Liberty 20.0.0.7 release:

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Open Liberty 20.0.0.5 brings updates to EJB persistent timers coordination and failover across members

Open Liberty 20.0.0.5 brings updates to EJB persistent timers coordination and failover across members

In Open Liberty 20.0.0.5, you can now configure failover for Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) persistent timers, load Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) classes directly from the resource adapter, format your logs to JSON or dev, and specify which JSON fields to leave out of your logs. In this article, we will discuss each of these features and how to implement them.

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Use Red Hat OpenShift’s built-in OAuth server as an authentication provider in Open Liberty

Use Red Hat OpenShift’s built-in OAuth server as an authentication provider in Open Liberty

In Open Liberty 20.0.0.1, you can configure the Social Login feature to use Red Hat OpenShift’s OAuth server for authentication. In addition, there is a new MicroProfile Metric to measure CPU time, memory heap and response time. This release also offers faster application startups with Liberty annotation caching, and an updated JavaServer Face.

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