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Welcome to the IBM Software as a Service demonstration series. In this series, we
will demonstrate a set of architectural patterns exploiting features in IBM
middleware to build Software as a Service solutions.
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SaaS Demo Series – The Banking Application
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Enterprise Scenarios
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Building Multi-Tenant Applications using WebSphere
Portal Server
Composing Multi-tenant User Interfaces using WebSphere
Portlet Factory
Designing a Multi-tenant Data architecture using DB2 V9
Enforcing Security in a Software as a Service application
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Building a multi-tenant user registry using WebSphere Portal Server & Tivoli
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Enforcing Role Based Access Control using WebSphere Portal Server &
Tivoli Directory Server
Securing Workflows using WebSphere Process Server & Tivoli Directory
Server
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Software as a Service
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The Software as a Service
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7 demonstrations based on a fictitious
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“Banking Application”.
Each demonstration shows a scenario in “The Banking Application” which addresses
some technical challenges relevant for building a Software as a Service solution.
This demo is part of the scenario describing “How to Enforce Security in a Software
as a Service application”.
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Role Based Access Control using
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WebSphere Portal Server & Tivoli Directory Server
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Technical Challenge Addressed in this Demo
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 How can you prevent the user population of one tenant
from accessing the virtual portal for another tenant?
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 How can you enforce role based access control for
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 How can you enforce role based access control for
human tasks in the workflow layer?
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Software as a Service
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The scenario: “Enforcing
security
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demonstrates 3 approaches for addressing 3 technical challenges
1. How can you prevent the user population of one tenant from accessing the
virtual portal of another tenant?
2. How can you enforce role based access control for different tenants for the
user interface layer?
3. How can you enforce role based access control for human tasks in workflows?
In this demo we will look at the second technical challenge.
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Multi-Tenant Bank Environment
A PoC delivered as a SaaS
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Shared Portal server instance with
 Tenant specific virtual portals &
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Bank Service Provider
Administrator
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 Manage Master Bank
Administrators
 Manage Banks
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Bank Administrator
 Add/Delete Bank Customers
 View Bank Customers
 Update customer profile
Bank Employee
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 Approve Loans
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Bank Customer
 Account transfers
 View Interest Rates
 Apply for Bank Loan
 Review Loan Status
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We present a security
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application. The banking application shares a single instance of WebSphere Portal
Server with different virtual portals for different tenant banks. The virtual portals
include a set of portal pages and portlets for each bank. The set of portal pages
and portlets viewable by a user of the banking application depends on the role of
the user.
Two of the roles supported in this banking application are: Bank Administrator and
Bank Customer. These roles are defined for each tenant bank.
Each role has a set of operations permitted for users in that role. For example,
only a bank administrator is allowed to update the customer profile for that bank’s
customers.
These operations are available to a bank user through specific portlets such as the
customer profile portlet for updating the customer profile.
In this demo, we will show how WebSphere portal access control features can be
exploited to restrict the set of portal pages and portlets that a particular user
can access based on the role of the user.
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Different user groups are configured in the common LDAP user registry for the bank for
both the bank administrator and the bank customer roles.
Let’s look at the Bank1 domain, and the groups within Bank1
Here are a list of the user groups defined.
We can see bank1admins and bank1users.
The user group bank1users includes the bank1 users, for example, b1u1.
The user group bank1admin includes the bank1 administrators, for example, b1a1.
Now we login to the bank1 portal as bank1 user b1u1 and we see that the portal page retail
banking is accessible to bank users.
Next we log in to the same portal as bank1 administrator, b1a1,
and we see that the portal page retail banking is not accessible to bank administrators.
The portlets and portal pages accessible to the banking administrator role are different
from those for the banking end user role. We will show how to configure Portal access
control to enforce this separation.
First, we login to the Portal page as the portal administrator
We go to the Administration tab.
Then we navigate to the User and Group Permissions page in the Access category.
Next, in the User groups page, we search for all the available groups in the user registry.
Here, we see that there are different groups for bank managers, bank employees and bank
users for each bank.
Next we click on bank1users to specify the portlets and pages which are accessible to
bank1users.
We navigate under pages to the “Retail Banking” page in the“My Portal”portal for
bank1.
Here we see the predefined security roles in WebSphere Portal for any portlet, for example,
Manager, Editor, Privileged User and User, with varying levels of capabilities.
In our case, we feel that these Portal roles will provide sufficient authority for the
bank1 User Group and hence we explicitly assign them.
Next we login to bank1’s portal page as user b1u1. User b1u1 belongs to the bank1users
group.
Here we see that the “Retail Banking” page is visible to b1u1 along with all the portlets
on that page.
Next we login to bank1’s portal page as user: b1a1. b1a1 belongs to the bank1Administrator
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visible to b1a1, however the Bank
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Conclusion
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 Use the portal access control feature in WebSphere Portal
Server for protecting portlets and portal pages in a softwareas-a-service application
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Ready to Go Further With IBM?
 Join the SaaS Community
Learn
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Register for PartnerWorld
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IBM has innovative resources
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in the Software as a Service market. Whether you’re an ISV, System Integrator or
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The first step will be to join the SaaS community. You will automatically be kept
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Then, as a member of IBM SaaS community, you can register at the Virtual Innovation
Center (VIC) where you will get personalized access to product support and education
to help build your Software as a Service knowledge and skills.
As an Advanced level member of PartnerWorld, you have the opportunity to gain access
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