A microservice architecture is all about transferring data from one service to another.
Yet another Kafka feature, which is Kafka Streams, allow us to join two streams into one single stream. Kafka streams provide one-to-many and many-to-one join types.
Sensitive data always need to be handled with extra careful. Thus, in some cases, we need to encrypt before delivering message to Kafka topic.
After we secure Kafka Broker and Zookeeper with SASL/SCRAM, it is time for client (Java + Spring) to connect to secured Kafka.
Overview When I decided to include Apache Kafka as one of our technology stack, I never imagine the demand would be this huge. At first, my requirements were only two things. Something faster than ActiveMQ […]
“Search is something that any application should have”
Data privacy and security became critical nowadays. Thus, we need to isolate database credentials and make it transparent to our applications/services.
Isolate any target host’s credentials (hostname, user, password) from Ansible Playbook. And let the playbook retrieve those information from secret management tools (Hashicorp Vault) during targets provisioning.
Overview In this article, I will provide a simple example to secure REST example by using Oauth2. I will not explain what Oauth2 protocol is all about in detail. In short, to implement this authorization […]
When you feel that you are not agile enough, remember:Turtles live longer than hares.
What do you think about that opinion?
In this article I will share what I think about it.