Monitoring Java Application Security with JDK tools and JFR Events

Ana-Maria Mihalceanu

ANA-MARIA MIHĂLCEANU

Java Champion Alumni & Developer Advocate

Oracle

Ana is a Java Champion Alumni, Developer Advocate for the Java Platform Group at Oracle, guest author of the book “DevOps tools for Java Developers”, and a constant adopter of challenging technical scenarios involving Java-based frameworks and multiple cloud providers. She actively supports technical communities’ growth through knowledge sharing and enjoys curating content for conferences as a program committee member. To learn more about/from her, follow her on Twitter @‌ammbra1508.

Ana-Maria Mihalceanu

ANA-MARIA MIHĂLCEANU

Java Champion Alumni & Developer Advocate

Oracle

Abstract

Monitoring the underlying security configuration of your Java application offers insights into its overall strength concerning cryptographic standards.

Knowing how security properties have changed throughout the lifetime of your application, recording TLS handshake activity, or supervising details of X.509 certificates is crucial to understanding what level of security your application has and ensuring that data is transmitted privately and without modifications, loss, or theft.

Join this session and learn how to utilize keytool, JDK Flight Recorder, JDK Mission Control, and JFR Events to record your Java application security properties, monitor TLS protocol, and analyze X.509 certificate details.

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