JBoss Data Virtualization & SOAP WS with 2-way SSL

I have recently worked on an interesting use case to integrate JDV with a SOAP Webservice which exposes WS-Addressing behavior via SOAP headers and requires a 2-way SSL. The use case stems from some strict regulations in the host country which prevent direct access to data sensitive systems and any access has to be via a web service, authenticated and encrypted. The following example showcases the configurations required and can be found in github. Installation Guide – Red Hat Customer Portal

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Making The Most Of Software-Defined-Storage With Consulting, Training & Support

If you have been thinking that software-defined storage (SDS) can only be used in an OpenStack environment, think again. Storage for OpenStack only represents a tiny fraction of the multi-billion dollar enterprise and cloud storage market. Just about any industry, government, defense, satellite imagery, medical imagery, media and more has incredibly large storage needs that are growing exponentially every year.

Before the arrival of SDS, the only choice organizations had was to invest in expensive storage appliances, and to keep investing in more and more of them whenever they needed to accommodate exploding data storage needs.

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