Scott Streit (email@example.com), Villanova University
Abbie Barbir (firstname.lastname@example.org), Bank of America
The REST architectural style was developed by W3C Technical Architecture Group (TAG) in parallel with HTTP 1.1, based on the existing design of HTTP 1.0. The World Wide Web represents the largest implementation of a system conforming to the REST architectural style.
JCP 1.1 Final Release available as PDF (normative) and HTML (non normative). Corresponds to the 1.1 API. The 1.1 changelog describes the differences between 1.0 and 1.1.
JCP 1.0 Final Release available as PDF (normative) and HTML (non normative). Corresponds to 1.0 API.
Abstract: Identity Biometric Open Protocol Standard (iBOPS) provides Identity Assertion, Role Gathering, Multi-Level Access Control, Assurance, and Auditing. The iBOPS includes software running on a client device (Android, iPhone, etc.), a trusted iBOPS Server, and an Intrusion Detection(IDS) system. The iBOPS allows pluggable components to replace existing components functionality accepting integration into current operating environments in a short period of time. The iBOPS provides continuous protection to the resources and assurance of the placement and viability of adjudication, and other key features. Accountability is the mechanism that proves a service level guarantee of security. The iBOPS allows the systems to meet security needs by using the API. The iBOPS need not know whether the underlying system is a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) or a Search Engine. The iBOPS functionality offers a “point and cut” mechanism to add the appropriate security to the production systems as well as to the systems in development. The architecture is a language neutral allowing REST, JSON and Secure Socket Layers(SSL) to provide the communication interface. The architecture is built on the servlet specification, open secure socket layers, Java, JSON, REST and Apache Solr. Each and every tool adheres to the open standards allowing maximum interoperability.
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