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In a matter of days, customers, partners, employees... and everyone else related to the Oracle ecosystem will converge on San Francisco for the 2016 edition of the Oracle OpenWorld conference. This is by far the most comprehensive Oracle conference of the year, covering both applications and technology. I am really looking forward to attending this year as an Oracle partner. Since I won't be working the Oracle demo grounds, please feel free to stop me anytime, anywhere to start an impromptu conversation. Don't hesitate. My goal is to talk to as many people as possible, so you will be doing me a favor by saying "Hello."
For PeopleTools-minded individuals, the conference starts early on Sunday with Sasank's Life Hacks for PeopleSoft Development [UGF2499]. Sasank's sessions are always worth attending.
With all that is going on at OpenWorld this year, I do hope you will leave room in your schedule to attend my session on Monday at 4:15PM in Moscone West 2024. I will be presenting Getting the Most Out of PeopleSoft: PeopleSoft PeopleTools Tips and Techniques [CON7070]. I have a lot of great content planned including new, under-publicized PeopleTools 8.55 features, fluid tips, and Oracle JET. As always, I expect to give away a few copies of my books as well (remind me if I forget).
The OpenWorld bookstore is another one of my favorite places to visit during the OpenWorld conference. Oracle Press will be there with copies of all three of my books. Each year the bookstore sells these books at a discount. If you purchase a copy, look for me in Moscone West. I would be happy to sign your book for you.
See you soon!
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Security is a big topic today and in the news almost every day. As the database usually holds sensitive data this data must be well protected. In most cases this is done by encrypting critical data inside the database and decrypt only when requested. But this is not all: When a client reads the data it is decrypted inside the database and then send back over the network unencrypted. What do you win with such a setup? The only risk it protects you from is a theft of either your disks or the whole server. Even more important is that all the connections to your database are encrypted so the traffic from and to your database can not be read be someone else. In this post we’ll look at how you can do this with PostgreSQL.
Obviously, for securing the connections to the database by using SSL we’ll need a server certificate. As I am on Linux this can be generated very easy by using openssl to create a self signed certificate. Be aware that your PostgreSQL binaries need to be compiled with “–with-openssl” for the following to work. You can check this by using using pg_config:
postgres@pgbox:/u01/app/postgres/local/dmk/ [PG960] pg_config | grep CONFIGURE CONFIGURE = '--prefix=/u01/app/postgres/product/96/db_0' '--exec-prefix=/u01/app/postgres/product/96/db_0' '--bindir=/u01/app/postgres/product/96/db_0/bin' '--libdir=/u01/app/postgres/product/96/db_0/lib' '--sysconfdir=/u01/app/postgres/product/96/db_0/etc' '--includedir=/u01/app/postgres/product/96/db_0/include' '--datarootdir=/u01/app/postgres/product/96/db_0/share' '--datadir=/u01/app/postgres/product/96/db_0/share' '--with-pgport=5432' '--with-perl' '--with-python' '--with-tcl' '--with-openssl' '--with-pam' '--with-ldap' '--with-libxml' '--with-libxslt' '--with-segsize=2' '--with-blocksize=8' '--with-wal-segsize=16' '--with-extra-version= dbi services build'
To create a self signed certificate with openssl simple execute the following command:
postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] openssl req -new -text -out server.req
This creates a new certificate request based on the information you provide. The only important point here (for the scope of this post) is that the “Common Name” must match the server name where your PostgreSQL is running on, e.g.:
Generating a 2048 bit RSA private key ............................................................................................................................................+++ ..................................................................................................+++ writing new private key to 'privkey.pem' Enter PEM pass phrase: Verifying - Enter PEM pass phrase: ----- You are about to be asked to enter information that will be incorporated into your certificate request. What you are about to enter is what is called a Distinguished Name or a DN. There are quite a few fields but you can leave some blank For some fields there will be a default value, If you enter '.', the field will be left blank. ----- Country Name (2 letter code) [XX]:CH State or Province Name (full name) :BS Locality Name (eg, city) [Default City]:Basel Organization Name (eg, company) [Default Company Ltd]:dbi services Organizational Unit Name (eg, section) :dba Common Name (eg, your name or your server's hostname) :pgbox Email Address :xx@xx@com Please enter the following 'extra' attributes to be sent with your certificate request A challenge password : An optional company name :
This created two files in the directory where you executed the command (the first one is the certificate request and the second one is the private key):
-rw-r--r--. 1 postgres postgres 3519 Sep 9 13:24 server.req -rw-r--r--. 1 postgres postgres 1821 Sep 9 13:24 privkey.pem
If you want your PostgreSQL instance to start automatically you should remove the pass phrase from the generated private key:
postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] openssl rsa -in privkey.pem -out server.key Enter pass phrase for privkey.pem: writing RSA key postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] rm privkey.pem
The password which is asked for is the one you provided when you generated the certificate request above. The new key is now in “server.key”. Now you can create your certificate:
postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] openssl req -x509 -in server.req -text -key server.key -out server.crt
If everything went well your brand new certificate should be available:
postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] ls -l server.crt -rw-r--r--. 1 postgres postgres 4473 Sep 9 13:32 server.crt postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] cat server.crt Certificate: Data: Version: 3 (0x2) Serial Number: 12528845138836301488 (0xaddf6645ea37a6b0) Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption Issuer: C=CH, ST=BS, L=Basel, O=dbi services, OU=dba, CN=pgbox/emailAddress=xx@xx@com Validity Not Before: Sep 9 11:32:42 2016 GMT Not After : Oct 9 11:32:42 2016 GMT Subject: C=CH, ST=BS, L=Basel, O=dbi services, OU=dba, CN=pgbox/emailAddress=xx@xx@com Subject Public Key Info: Public Key Algorithm: rsaEncryption Public-Key: (2048 bit) Modulus: 00:cb:4f:d1:b7:81:c4:83:22:2f:fb:9f:4b:fa:6a: 16:77:fd:62:37:91:f1:09:cc:c4:e1:04:e1:de:f2: 3f:77:35:ec:e5:8f:5a:03:1d:7b:53:8e:5a:72:76: 42:2a:cb:95:9a:35:4a:98:1d:78:3c:21:85:3d:7c: 59:f6:e8:7b:20:d0:73:db:42:ff:38:ca:0c:13:f6: cc:3e:bc:b0:8f:41:29:f1:c7:33:45:79:c7:04:33: 51:47:0b:23:f8:d6:58:68:2d:95:83:c9:ad:40:7c: 95:9a:0c:ff:92:bd:d6:4f:b2:96:6c:41:45:0d:eb: 19:57:b3:9a:fc:1c:82:01:9c:2d:e5:2e:1b:0f:47: ab:84:fa:65:ed:80:e7:19:da:ab:89:09:ed:6a:2c: 3a:aa:fe:dc:ba:53:e5:52:3f:1c:db:47:4c:4a:d6: e5:0f:76:12:df:f4:6c:fd:5a:fb:a5:70:b4:7b:06: c3:0c:b1:4d:cf:04:8e:5c:b0:05:cb:f2:ac:78:a6: 12:44:55:07:f9:88:55:59:23:11:0f:dd:53:14:6a: e8:c4:bb:6a:94:af:1e:54:e8:7d:4f:10:8a:e5:7e: 31:3b:cf:28:28:80:37:62:eb:5e:49:26:9d:10:17: 33:bc:a7:3f:2a:06:a4:f0:37:a5:b3:07:6d:ce:6a: b7:17 Exponent: 65537 (0x10001) X509v3 extensions: X509v3 Subject Key Identifier: EA:63:B1:7F:07:DF:31:3F:55:28:77:CC:FB:F2:1F:3A:D6:45:3F:55 X509v3 Authority Key Identifier: keyid:EA:63:B1:7F:07:DF:31:3F:55:28:77:CC:FB:F2:1F:3A:D6:45:3F:55 X509v3 Basic Constraints: CA:TRUE Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption 18:2b:96:b6:01:d8:3e:7f:bb:35:0c:4b:53:c2:9c:02:22:41: 25:82:d3:b6:a9:88:6e:0e:5d:5b:d3:ac:00:43:0a:04:f4:12: 6e:22:fd:3f:77:63:0e:42:28:e3:09:6b:16:67:5f:b7:08:08: 74:a3:55:1f:49:09:69:96:e8:f6:2e:9c:8a:d6:a0:e2:f7:d8: 30:62:06:f0:5e:1a:85:fe:ff:2d:39:64:f7:f1:e9:ce:21:02: f3:86:5f:3b:f6:12:1d:61:cd:a8:bf:36:e2:98:d4:99:b6:95: 5e:05:87:8d:ab:2f:30:38:b2:fe:68:ac:50:8d:98:fd:aa:4d: 79:e2:f5:71:92:d6:e5:1d:59:42:02:49:7a:2e:e0:f3:ba:41: 4d:f4:15:33:44:36:14:43:3b:7a:41:1b:61:6c:ff:78:fb:13: 4a:a4:e0:96:6c:45:80:0e:30:e3:63:9d:dc:f1:77:16:22:9c: 7a:c9:92:96:53:3b:62:87:ca:cb:e8:4a:a4:4f:69:a6:a0:5a: a9:eb:be:58:7f:c1:da:d4:d7:41:d4:54:06:fb:5b:8b:ea:46: 68:f5:e6:1e:2b:6a:0b:65:f9:66:5a:a2:14:ec:eb:05:2f:99: 46:bc:bb:d8:11:f6:3f:2e:6e:15:48:ac:70:1f:18:2d:e2:78: 4b:a3:cb:ef -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- MIIDxTCCAq2gAwIBAgIJAK3fZkXqN6awMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBCwUAMHkxCzAJBgNV BAYTAkNIMQswCQYDVQQIDAJCUzEOMAwGA1UEBwwFQmFzZWwxFTATBgNVBAoMDGRi aSBzZXJ2aWNlczEMMAoGA1UECwwDZGJhMQ4wDAYDVQQDDAVwZ2JveDEYMBYGCSqG SIb3DQEJARYJeHhAeHhAY29tMB4XDTE2MDkwOTExMzI0MloXDTE2MTAwOTExMzI0 MloweTELMAkGA1UEBhMCQ0gxCzAJBgNVBAgMAkJTMQ4wDAYDVQQHDAVCYXNlbDEV MBMGA1UECgwMZGJpIHNlcnZpY2VzMQwwCgYDVQQLDANkYmExDjAMBgNVBAMMBXBn Ym94MRgwFgYJKoZIhvcNAQkBFgl4eEB4eEBjb20wggEiMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUA A4IBDwAwggEKAoIBAQDLT9G3gcSDIi/7n0v6ahZ3/WI3kfEJzMThBOHe8j93Nezl j1oDHXtTjlpydkIqy5WaNUqYHXg8IYU9fFn26Hsg0HPbQv84ygwT9sw+vLCPQSnx xzNFeccEM1FHCyP41lhoLZWDya1AfJWaDP+SvdZPspZsQUUN6xlXs5r8HIIBnC3l LhsPR6uE+mXtgOcZ2quJCe1qLDqq/ty6U+VSPxzbR0xK1uUPdhLf9Gz9WvulcLR7 BsMMsU3PBI5csAXL8qx4phJEVQf5iFVZIxEP3VMUaujEu2qUrx5U6H1PEIrlfjE7 zygogDdi615JJp0QFzO8pz8qBqTwN6WzB23OarcXAgMBAAGjUDBOMB0GA1UdDgQW BBTqY7F/B98xP1Uod8z78h861kU/VTAfBgNVHSMEGDAWgBTqY7F/B98xP1Uod8z7 8h861kU/VTAMBgNVHRMEBTADAQH/MA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBCwUAA4IBAQAYK5a2Adg+ f7s1DEtTwpwCIkElgtO2qYhuDl1b06wAQwoE9BJuIv0/d2MOQijjCWsWZ1+3CAh0 o1UfSQlpluj2LpyK1qDi99gwYgbwXhqF/v8tOWT38enOIQLzhl879hIdYc2ovzbi mNSZtpVeBYeNqy8wOLL+aKxQjZj9qk154vVxktblHVlCAkl6LuDzukFN9BUzRDYU Qzt6QRthbP94+xNKpOCWbEWADjDjY53c8XcWIpx6yZKWUztih8rL6EqkT2mmoFqp 675Yf8Ha1NdB1FQG+1uL6kZo9eYeK2oLZflmWqIU7OsFL5lGvLvYEfY/Lm4VSKxw Hxgt4nhLo8vv -----END CERTIFICATE-----
For PostgreSQL to accept the key when it starts up you’ll need to modify the permissions:
postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] chmod 600 server.key postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] ls -l server.key -rw-------. 1 postgres postgres 1675 Sep 9 13:30 server.key
postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] mv server.key server.crt $PGDATA/
Now you can turn on ssl…
(postgres@[local]:5432) [postgres] > alter system set ssl='on'; ALTER SYSTEM Time: 5.427 ms
… and restart your instance:
postgres@pgbox:/home/postgres/ [PG960] pg_ctl -D $PGDATA restart -m fast
How can you test if SSL connections do work? Add the following line to pg_hba.conf for your instance:
hostssl all all 127.0.0.1/32 md5
Reload your server and then create a new connection:
postgres@pgbox:/u02/pgdata/PG1/ [PG960] psql -h localhost -p 5432 postgres psql (9.6rc1 dbi services build) SSL connection (protocol: TLSv1.2, cipher: ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384, bits: 256, compression: off) Type "help" for help.
Works as expected. For everything which is not for testing you’ll need a real certificate, of course. Just in case you expected to configure another port: PostgreSQL listens for normal and SSL connections on the same port. When the client supports SSL then SSL connections will be established, otherwise normal connections. When you want to force the use of SSL connections you can do it by adjusting your pg_hba.conf (deny all connections which are not SSL).
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By now you have heard a lot of talk about the benefits and features of leveraging cloud services. But before you commit you need to TRY IT – RIGHT? Well, here’s your CHANCE! Starting today and all the way to Oracle OpenWorld 2016 (OOW16), you will get a chance to experience our cloud services in action.
We’ve designed a unique and tailored experience just for our attendees at OOW16 - the Oracle OpenWorld Content and Experience Management website! This site is built completely on Oracle’s content management solution – Oracle Sites Cloud Service and Oracle Documents Cloud Service. Take a look!
So consider this … no more fumbling through printed materials, no more trying to find when or where the next session is or where the demogrounds are located? At this year’s Oracle OpenWorld, you’ll have a much more simplified and engaging experience, from any device – web, phone, tablet!
The Oracle OpenWorld Content and Experience site is the ONLY link you will need to keep tabs on all things Digital Experience at Oracle OpenWorld 2016 (OOW16). You will find information on the upcoming sessions, the day’s agenda, ready information on Hands-on-Labs, Demo locations and hours, and more. Live twitter feed and pictures will allow you to experience the conference in real time. The site is mobile-first so you can enjoy a rich, dynamic mobile experience.
They say … you have to experience it to believe it, with #OOW16 here’s your chance.
We designed this site just for you! We did our best to create a tailored conference experience and also show off a few of the capabilities available to all customers using Oracle Documents and Sites Cloud service. From dynamic components like “Latest Sessions” and live twitter feeds, to picking up session content and documents, Oracle users built this site in record 3 days and that’s with multiple stakeholders involved. Says Sudhir Dureja from Oracle Enterprise Operations, “Once we sketched what the site components would be, it was simply a matter of leveraging pre-built templates and dragging and dropping components into the site. Site building was the shortest step in the process. In fact, it is so straight forward that our marketing colleague was directly dropping in and placing the content she wanted on the site.”
What’s more, because it is so incredibly simple, you will find new components being added to the website over the next few days. So, keep this link handy on your mobile/web browser:
and experience the digital site built for users, by users.
psst … one more thing … Not to ruin the surprise but once on the site you’ll not only stay connected, get all the relevant information you need but you may also be “rewarded” at #OOW16 if you stay tuned!!! Let’s just say there are mobile beacons involved! So what are you waiting for?
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Making of the Oracle OpenWorld Content and Experience Site - A Snapshot in Pictures:
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Are you looking to see first-hand how Oracle's Content and Experience Management products work? Want to spend a "day in the life" of a Marketing Manager or see our solutions on mobile devices? Look no further than the Demogrounds! Here, you'll be able to get demos of products and solutions and network face to face with the right people.
All of our Content and Experience Management demos are located in the Moscone South Exhibition Hall. Here is what we have lined up for OOW16:
Extend and Scale your WebCenter Investments on the Cloud
With decreasing IT budget, it becomes imperative that you protect your existing investments. However, you must scale the system with your ever-growing business needs. Oracle WebCenter offers flexible deployment options to Java Cloud Service and Infrastructure As A Service thereby enabling you to scale up or down with your usage. Visit this booth to see how you can run your on-premises applications with Oracle WebCenter on JCS. Oracle WebCenter together with JCS provides best in the class performance, security, tools, and most importantly management so that you focus on your business critical applications. Additionally, learn about the exciting new features in Oracle WebCenter 12c R2-WebCenter Content, WebCenter Portal, and WebCenter Sites.
And here are the Exhibition Hall hours. Please note there are dedicated hours, where there are no sessions happening during those times.Day Regular Dedicated Monday, September 19, 2016 10:15 am – 5:30 pm 10:15 am – 11:00 am Tuesday, September 20, 2016 10:15 am – 5:15 pm 10:15 am – 11:00 am & 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm Wednesday, September 21, 2016 10:15 am – 4:15 pm 10:15 am – 11:00 am & 2:15 pm – 3:00 pm
We hope you'll check out the demogrounds to discover the latest Content and Experience Management technology and solution innovations!
And as always, we hope you'll follow along and join the conversations on our social media channels.
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