Werner Keil has worked for more than 25 years as project manager, software architect, analyst and consultant on leading-edge technologies for Banking, Insurance, Telco/Mobile, Media and Public sector.
Among his earlier clients are Sony where Werner designed and implemented micro-format based tags for Sony Music.
Besides work for major companies he runs his own creative, talent and consulting agency Creative Arts & Technologies. In his spare time, he runs and supports open-source projects, writes song lyrics, novels, screenplays and technical articles. He is committing member of Eclipse Foundation, Apache Foundation and the Java Community Process, including his role as JSR-363 Spec Lead and Executive Committee Member.
Jakarta EE Meets NoSQL at the Cloud Age
Let’s be honest: the amount of data collected by applications nowadays is growing at a scary pace. Many of them need to handle billions of users generating and consuming data at an incredible speed. Maybe you are wondering how to create an application like this? What is needed? What benefits can you take from this reality to your project? This session shows how Jakarta EE can meet these needs when you’re working with NoSQL databases in the cloud. It’s the same approach used by some of the biggest companies in the world to store, analyze, and get results from really crazy amounts of data. No matter your project size, you can take it to the next level today.
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Securing E-Health and E-Government with Java
The EU increases its cooperation on cyber defense to strengthen its resilience to cyber-attacks through the EU Cybersecurity Act and certification of products, services or applications. To be as well prepared as possible against hacker attacks or the distribution of “fake news”, fake documents and information. Like a One Trillion Amazon refund or fake tax returns. The IT industry may use this mechanism to certify products like connected vehicles, government services or smart medical devices. Due to its platform independence, Java plays an important role, especially in web, cloud or enterprise environments.
This session introduces the DSS Framework and solutions based on it, such as Digidoc4J. DSS (Digital Signature Services) is a Java framework for the creation and validation of electronic signatures. DSS supports the creation and validation of interoperable and secure electronic signatures in accordance with European legislation, in particular the eIDAS Regulation, as well as IT standards like OASIS DSS.
The framework may be used anywhere from embedded devices to desktop applications, like practice management software or services in the cloud wherever a JVM runs. It supports a variety of document formats like XML, PDF, Word, Plain Text or compressed archives, as well as various digital signatures, including XAdES, CAdES, PAdES or ASiC. It provides an abstraction layer over low-level signature libraries like Bouncy Castle, OpenPDF, Apache PDFBox or Sanctuario. DSS is used in many European countries for document exchange and security, e-health or e-government, with digital ID cards in more than a dozen countries across the European Economic Area.
An overview of the DSS Framework is followed by a live demo, showing how different documents can be signed and their signature subsequently verified.