Securing microservices

Microservices are hard. Complexity is high. Securing microservices is even harder and even more complex. Where do we start? The first words that come to my mind are authentication and authorization. Firewall. Trust. Session. Tokens. We need to secure our applications and we need to secure our containers. Securing applications We can build a SSO… Continue reading Securing microservices


Log tracing with Sleuth and Zipkin

In a microservice environment it's hard to trace errors and logs, as we have lots of moving components. We could go into each service and read the logs, then aggregate them and finally with lots of patience try to understand what is happening. But we should not do this, we have alternatives. One of them… Continue reading Log tracing with Sleuth and Zipkin


Eureka and Feign

Eureka Eureka is a REST (Representational State Transfer) based service used for locating services for the purpose of load balancing and failover of middle-tier servers. We have eureka client and server. The server holds the information regarding the service instances, while the client interacts with the server and act as a round robin load balancer.… Continue reading Eureka and Feign