Proxying the Couchbase admin interface over https

Couchbase, at least as of Couchbase 2.0, pretty much expects to be hidden away in some back bone infrastructure network, and hence doesn’t provide much in the sense of encryption of network traffic out of the box. Those of us who aren’t quite fortunate enough to be able to hide everything behind firewalls need to … Fortsätt läsa ”Proxying the Couchbase admin interface over https”

Verifying performance of Jasig CAS with Apache JMeter

As previously mentioned, we use the Jasig CAS authentication server at KTH and occasionally, at least nowadays, actually update it. In order to verify that any update is likely to meet the requirements of our production environment, we do some simple performance testing using Apache JMeter which we also use to verify performance of some other … Fortsätt läsa ”Verifying performance of Jasig CAS with Apache JMeter”

Couchbase integration for Jasig CAS

We’ve been running a Couchbase server as a back-end for a memcache ticket registry in our Jasig CAS implementation for some time. It started as an easy way to run a memcache server on Windows, but we also realized that it would probably be a nice way to implement a redundant cluster for the authentication … Fortsätt läsa ”Couchbase integration for Jasig CAS”

Divide and conquer – forking django_cas

Since the very beginning of the Django based social web pages at KTH known as KTH Social we’ve been using a private copy of the django_cas module to integrate with our Jasig CAS single sign on web authentication system. The problem with the original django_cas project was mostly that it did not support proxy … Fortsätt läsa ”Divide and conquer – forking django_cas”