Implementing PKI Services on z/OS

An IBM Redbooks publication


This IBM Redbooks publication is designed to help you understand and implement Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Services on z/OS.

As an overview of PKI Services on z/OS, this book looks into two different ways of installing PKI Services: the traditional step-by-step configuration that you do yourself, and by using the new IKYSETUP configuration utility, which enables you to enter certain parameters and then run IKEYSETUP to configure PKI Services for you.

We also look at the PKI exit and show an example of this. A chapter about PKI Services and the Cryptographic Coprocessor discusses the Cryptographic solution on the IBM eServer zSeries 990 and shows how to boost your SSL connection with hardware encryption.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Security Server PKI Services
Chapter 2. RACF for PKI Services
Chapter 3. Easy steps to get PKI up and running
Chapter 4. Customizing the z/OS PKI Services: the template file
Chapter 5. PKI installation using the IKYSETUP REXX exec
Chapter 6. PKI Exit
Chapter 7. PKI Services and the Cryptographic Coprocessor
Chapter 8. LDAP enhancements for availability
Appendix A. PKI Exit sample
Appendix B. List of sample files provided with PKI Services


Publish Date
11 February 2004

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