Light Proxy Tutorial
Light-proxy is a critical service component that can glue all other alien APIs into the light platform 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.
There are two separate tutorials here to leverage either Swagger 2.0 specification or OpenAPI 3.0 specification.
Swagger 2.0 Backend
Swagger backend service to simulate legacy RESTful service built with Swagger 2.0 spec.
Swagger proxy to set up light-proxy in front of Swagger 2.0 service
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
- 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