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You’re a senior developer at Travel World Agency (TWA), which has grown to become the largest travel agency in the world. The company has built a next-generation system that uses a microservice architecture running on Amazon Web Services (AWS). But while TWA’s success is flying high, the performance of its reservation microservice has taken an unfortunate detour. As a solution, TWA has replaced the microservice with a new one, using Kotlin and Spring Boot to improve performance and maintainability. Your job is to secure the API against possible attacks. You’ll configure a Keycloak authentication server to keep track of valid users. Using Spring Security, you’ll add security mechanisms on the microservice to ensure that only valid users can access it and that those users can only access their own reservations.
This liveProject is for Java and Kotlin developers who are interested in adding security to their microservice APIs. To begin these liveProjects you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this liveProject, you’ll learn to secure your microservice by authorizing and validating users and their access to the API.
geekle is based on a wordle clone.