Improve DevOpsSec Processes in Production with Azul Mission Control and Java Flight Recorder

November 20, 2020

Azul Mission Control and Java Flight Recorder are powerful tools for Java developers, which have been open-sourced by Oracle and are now part of OpenJDK 8, 11, and later versions. This webinar shows how these tools can also be used in production environments, e.g., to improve DevOpsSec processes. A live demo delivered by Azul customer Curity shows how these tools are used in combination with their product, the Curity Identity Server, which implements the OAuth and OpenID Connect standards to provide secure login and API access. This webinar also discusses how Curity uses and embeds Azul's Java Runtime Environment to deliver a highly scalable, secure and readily-deployable digital authentication service that can be triaged in high-security environments using Java Flight Recorder and other tools.

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