Light Proxy Tutorial
Light-proxy is a critical service component that can glue all other alien APIs into the Light ecosystem without re-writing. Once putting light-proxy in front of legacy APIs, these API can enjoy all the cross-cutting concerns provided by the light-platform, such as security, metrics, auditing, traceability, validation, service registry/discovery, etc. From the consumer point of view, your backend API looks just like an API built on top of light-4j frameworks.
OpenAPI 3.0 Backend
OpenAPI backend service to simulate legacy RESTful service built with OpenAPI 3.0 spec.
OpenAPI proxy to set up light-proxy in front of OpenAPI 3.0 service with OpenAPI 3.0 spec.
- Proxy Docker will show you how to use dockerized proxy with externalized config files
Confluent Schema Registry
- Schema Registry shows how to give read-only access to Internet applications and give write access to internal applications
Enable Metrics on Proxy
- Proxy Metrics shows how to enable metrics on the proxy server with InfluxDB as the database.