API adoption in both consumer and enterprises has gone beyond predictions. It has become the ‘coolest’ way of exposing business functionalities to the outside world. Both your public and private APIs, need to be protected, monitored and managed. Security is not an afterthought, but API security has evolved a lot in last five years. The growth of standards, out there, has been exponential.
That's where AdvancedAPI Security comes in--to wade through the weeds and help you keep the bad guys away while realizing the internal and external benefits of developing APIs for your services. Our expert author guides you through the maze of options and shares industry leading best practices in designing APIs for rock-solid security. The book will explain, in depth, securing APIs from quite traditional HTTP Basic Authentication to OAuth 2.0 and the standards built around it.
Build APIs with rock-solid security today with Advanced API Security.Takes you through the best practices in designing APIs for rock-solid security.Provides an in depth tutorial of most widely adopted security standards for API security.Teaches you how to compare and contrast different security standards/protocols to find out what suits your business needs the best.
The book is ideal for for experienced developers who are already familiar with build automation, but want to learn how to use Maven and apply its concepts to the most difficult scenarios in build automation.What You Will LearnComprehend the key concepts in Apache MavenBuild your own custom plugins and get to know how Maven extension points are usedTroubleshoot build issues with greater confidenceOptimize Maven's configuration settingsWrite custom lifecycles and extensionsGet hands-on and create a Maven assemblyExplore the best practices to design a build system that improves developer productivityIn Detail
Maven is the #1 build tool used by developers and it has been around for more than a decade. Maven stands out among other build tools due to its extremely extensible architecture, which is built on of the concept of convention over configuration. It's widely used by many open source Java projects under Apache Software Foundation, Sourceforge, Google Code, and more.
Maven Essentials is a fast-paced guide to show you the key concepts in Maven and build automation. We get started by introducing you to Maven and exploring its core concepts and architecture. Next, you will learn about and write a Project Object Model (POM) while creating your own Maven project. You will also find out how to create custom archetypes and plugins to establish the most common goals in build automation. After this, you'll get to know how to design the build to prevent any maintenance nightmares, with proper dependency management. We then explore Maven build lifecycles and Maven assemblies. Finally, you will discover how to apply the best practices when designing a build system to improve developer productivity.Style and approach
This book is a practical and compact guide that will show you how to use Apache Maven in an optimal way to address enterprise build requirements. It provides technical guidance to get you started with Maven and build automation.
Architectural challenges using microservices with service integration and API management are presented and you learn how to eliminate the use of centralized integration products such as the enterprise service bus (ESB) through the use of composite/integration microservices. Concepts in the book are supported with use cases, and emphasis is put on the reality that most of you are implementing in a “brownfield” environment in which you must implement microservices alongside legacy applications with minimal disruption to your business.
Microservices for the Enterprise covers state-of-the-art techniques around microservices messaging, service development and description, service discovery, governance, and data management technologies and guides you through the microservices design process. Also included is the importance of organizing services as core versus atomic, composite versus integration, and API versus edge, and how such organization helps to eliminate the use of a central ESB and expose services through an API gateway.
What You'll LearnDesign and develop microservices architectures with confidence
Put into practice the most modern techniques around messaging technologies Apply the Service Mesh pattern to overcome inter-service communication challenges
Apply battle-tested microservices security patterns to address real-world scenarios
Handle API management, decentralized data management, and observability
Who This Book Is For
Developers and DevOps engineers responsible for implementing applications around a microservices architecture, and architects and analysts who are designing such systems