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Apache Derby Database Users and Permissions

Abstract Apache Derby is awesome! Especially in a Microservices environment where the data for services (may) shrink and not require a heartier RDBMS. Derby is awesome because it’s so easy to use, especially when it come to users and permissions – you don’t need any! But, it may be the case you want to create an application-level user with limited ...

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Secure a Spring Microservices Architecture with Spring Security and OAuth 2.0


“I love writing authentication and authorization code.” ~ No Java Developer Ever. Tired of building the same login screens over and over? Try the Okta API for hosted authentication, authorization, and multi-factor auth. Every developer wants to build faster and more efficiently, to support scale. Building a microservices architecture with Spring can add resilience and elasticity to your architecture that ...

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An Overview of the Service Mesh and Its Tooling Options

For an app to to function at its best, every part of the application stack needs to be optimized and modernized. Technologies like containers and container orchestration tools have brought this kind of modernization to the infrastructure layer of the stack. The way code is deployed is changing as applications are built and deployed in a more distributed manner. Microservices ...

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Bounded Context in my view

In this article, I will share my point of view about Bounded Context. I will try to answer questions like what does it mean and why is it required. We will also try to examine the connection between Bounded context and Microservices. I will try to keep it as simple as possible. This article targets to that audience who will ...

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What Is API Testing and Why Should We Be Using It?

Many companies are moving toward a microservices model for their software applications. This means that different sections of their application can have separate datastores and separate commands for interacting with that datastore. Microservices are appealing to software providers because they allow components of the software to be deployed more quickly; while one area of an application is updated, the other ...

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Introduction to Spring Cloud – Config (Part I)


1. Overview Spring Cloud provides tools for developers to quickly build some of the common patterns in distributed systems (e.g. configuration management, service discovery, circuit breakers, intelligent routing, micro-proxy, control bus, one-time tokens, global locks, leadership election, distributed sessions, cluster state). It helps manage the complexity involved in building the distributed system. 2. Microservices Microservices is a software development architectural ...

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How a Service Mesh Can Help With Microservices Security

I see lots of customers moving to microservices, (whether they should or not is a topic for a different post), and in doing so they are attempting to solve some difficult organizational scaling problems. The details of going to microservice architecture often trades some old problems for new ones, however. Most of the customers I speak with have a strategy ...

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