PHP Web Security in an Insecure World The security of many business applications running natively on IBM i has been thought out several years ago in many cases. Introducing PHP into the IBM i environment can cause folks to start asking questions about access, security and authentication. In this session we will discuss application security, PHP IFS and Root file system access and several options to authenticate to a PHP application running natively on IBM i. This is a must see session for anyone who is looking to go live with PHP and/or a web technology on IBM i.
Mike Pavlak has been working with IBM midrange solutions since 1992 and IBM Mainframes before that. After years of developing applications using RPG, CL and PHP he managed IT development and IT for power protection manufacturer Tripp Lite. Mike joined Zend Technologies as a Solutions Consultant working with the IBM sales team in 2008 and enjoys helping IBM i customers explore PHP as a state of the art solution for application modernization. In addition to several roles as a volunteer with COMMON the premier IBM midrange user group, Mike also teaches PHP classes part time at Moraine Valley Community College in Suburban Chicago. Mike lives in suburban Chicago with his wife, five kids, two dogs, two cats, a leopard spotted gecko, Russian tortoise, two rabbits, and a half dozen fish.
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