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we're gonna talk about spring cloud.gateway and API gateways a little bit my.name is Spencer Gibb I of course work.for pivotal on the spring project and.hello everyone I'm tree to MIDI and I'm.the product manager for Cloud Foundry.UAA and the single sign-on service I've.been with pivotal for three plus years.working on open source and proprietary.offerings my main area of expertise is.enterprise security and prior to pivotal.I was with CA technologies working in.the Identity and Access Management and.the API management space so let's start.out this session by discussing what is.an api gateway but before we even answer.what is an api gateway let's try to.understand what are the different sort.of industry trends leading to a api.gateway architecture or api gateway.pattern so all of us are aware that you.know enterprises have been on a journey.in the past decade in terms of becoming.more open and the boundaries have.shifted so there are different trends.leading to this kind of a shift so there.is the mobile trend there is the cloud.trend and also obviously the.microservices trend.so all these are leading to a different.sort of set of problems in terms of how.micro services can be managed in in in.this new architecture and API gateway.plays a key role in in that management.aspect and making it simpler for the.clients on the other side so by clients.I mean different applications that need.to consume these micro services and API.is and what role and API gateway has to.play in that particular flow that link.was not that was on that slide is Chris.Richardson's definition of.API gateway so we'll give you the link.to where these slides are you can check.out that leak so this particular graphic.basically explains like a typical.micro-services architecture so if you.have like a traditional enterprise.application and you break it down into a.smaller lightweight micro-services in.this case it is an online store and it.has been broken down into three.different services now I read this as.you know like there is a left-hand side.to the equation and there is a.right-hand side to the equation on the.right hand side you have like these.different services which are an.application which has been broken down.into smaller services right but what.happens on the consumption front you.still have an application or a set of.applications which need to get resources.or get information from the enterprise.but the architecture in the backend has.changed now do you expect these.applications to now redo the whole sort.of process in terms of how they interact.with these services and with these api's.the answer is hope not you don't have to.do that and that's where API gateway.comes in because API gateway creates a.layer of abstraction in terms of how.these services can be consumed in a.consistent manner without having to.change a lot of things on the client.side so with a microservices pattern you.know like you are looking at three.services here and all these three.services make up a business flow right.so over here API gateway traditionally.like it does a lot of aggregation as.well so as a client if you want to load.a specific set of information then what.the API gateway can do for you is it can.aggregate that information so that a.client doesn't have to make all those.three calls or all those five calls so.apart from that I mean we all know that.we use different kinds of devices like.we use mobile devices and we use devices.of other form factors so you have.different kinds of applications so to.speak so each application.has different needs in terms of the kind.of data that it needs to consume and in.what format so API gateway is sort of.capable of presenting the data in that.format to a given application so if it.is a mobile application it could be.rendering like a JSON with a certain.kind of schema as opposed to a web.application which may need a different.kind of a layout or a different kind of.information presentation layer so let's.take a quick look at the sort of the.standard responsibilities of an API.gateway so from the previous picture you.all can make out that it needs to.perform different kinds of routings so.apart from like the standard routing.where and you know like if a client.needs to talk to a service and the API.gateway is responsible for routing to.that service but beyond that there are.other sort of routing capabilities that.can be exposed via an API T to a path.pattern so one of those is surgical.routing so basically surgical routing is.akin to like a dynamic routing wherein.based on the kind of request it has.decided as to where to route the request.so you know like there are different.aspects of the request you have headers.in there you have different parameters.in there and based on that you can.decide where to route the request so a.good sort of business use cases you know.you have geolocation and based on that.you need to decide where to route the.request so beyond that you know like you.have canary based routing also wherein.if you want to introduce like new set of.capabilities which is a different API.version so to speak but you do not want.all the traffic to flow to that new.version so you want like some kind of.what should I say a split where in say.80% of the traffic goes to like the old.version of the application or the.current version of the application and.20% of the traffic needs to go to the.new version of the application so you.can do things like a retesting so that.API gateway pattern makes that possible.as well beyond that when you are working.like in an enterprise the reality is the.you know not everything can move into.like a microservices pattern immediately.like you would want to do that but.that's not the reality so when you're.working on moving towards like a.micro-services strategy you may not want.to just take the entire sort of.application and split it into micro.services in one go so you you want to do.it in a phased approach wherein only.some parts of the applications are.broken down into lightweight micro.services whereas say like the major.portion of the application stays as is.so a PID trace can make that happen as.well.where in only like a subset of that.monolithic application is broken down.into services or newer services are.added to that where as you continue to.sort of route to the old application so.that's referred to as the monolith or.strangling beyond that another sort of.important aspect of API gateways is.pushing the consistent security policy.so when you when you split an.application into multiple services you.still have to deal with enterprise.security and compliance needs and things.like authentication applying standard.authentication and authorization.policies and practices so imagine you.know like you have broken this down into.20 different lightweight services how.are you going to sort of secure all.those communications so an API gateway.can make that possible because it's.potentially like the single entry point.which can be leveraged to perform.different security of filters and.security patterns so things like.authentication authorization rate.limiting and throttling are you know.like the different sort of security.features that you can add within the API.gateway and the benefit to the.developers is that they know they don't.need to worry about security anymore but.the greatest benefit is to the.enterprise security posture because a.consistent security policy is pushed so.let's talk about some gateway types so.the Gateway pattern has evolved over.time.I mean as I mentioned you know like this.these trends and their adoption in the.enterprise and how the enterprise.companies have reacted to these trends.and come out with products so the oldest.type that you could refer to in a PID a.tree pattern is that of an appliance so.I think you all are familiar with like.an fi load balancer so appliance can be.hardware or software based but since.this predates the whole sort of micro.services.trend or the move it doesn't have like.full-featured API management in API.gateway capabilities so like an f5 load.balancer is something that could.potentially give you like basic load.balancing capabilities at layer four and.layer seven but not things like surgical.routing and you know like monitoring.capability use or other security.features another another kind of API.gateway architecture is software as a.service so as the name suggests you know.like it's ap idea to a functionality.packaged as a service so obviously the.greatest benefit with software as a.service is that you do not need to run.and operate the CPI gateway all features.are rendered as a service a good example.of it is a PG edge and also Amazon's.elastic load balancer so there are pros.and cons to SAS approach so obviously.the pros are that you know you don't.have any sort of operational overhead.and you get like the latest and greatest.capabilities that the service offering.has but anytime you choose this model.one thing that you should keep in mind.is where your applications and api's are.running because there is a latency.factor introduced so if your SAS and.your API is that need to be managed or.micro services are in the same cloud.then you don't need to worry that much.about the network hops and the latency.but if things are running outside or in.a different cloud then you do have to.you know let loop into that.look into that aspect the next type is.web server so there are different open.source versions available so there is.the Apache mod proxy and there is also.engine X and H a proxy so they give you.a basic sort of API gateway feature.functionality something like engine X.has been further improved by a pong API.gateway if you heard about that it's.open source and it basically sort of.leverages the engine X capabilities and.it provides like an API gateway product.which can be easily extended through a.plug-in based approach so you so.depending on the kind of you know like.functionalities that you want to.implement using the API gateway pattern.those can be introduced as plugins.finally the mesh so the mesh model is.pretty recent and in in a mesh model.it's it's not so much of you know like a.central point through which everything.through which all requests are flowing.and you have like some kind of a central.enforcement point for all the different.API gateway patterns your mesh model is.more distributed so a mesh model makes.more sense when services the micro.services themselves have to communicate.with each other so it's not like this.one way not south kind of communication.but more of an east-west communication.in network lingo so think of a scenario.where and you know you have a bunch of.micro services but they all need to.interact with each other so that creates.like a service mesh so to speak so in.that particular scenario the Gateway.architecture is more distributed so you.have like a lightweight gateway agent.sitting next to like a API or a set of.API s and it's referred to as a sidecar.so there are some reference.implementations of this kind of API.gateway architecture because you still.have to solve the same problems like how.do I get a common routing pattern and a.common security enforcement layer so.reference implementations are sto and.liquidy so sto is a project that has.been started by Google and it's open.source and linker D as well and linker D.also has like a integration with the sto.model so you can you can Google all.these terms and you read more about that.anybody heard of envoy from lift few of.you that's the router that is included.in this view so we all are at a spring.conference and I've not spoken about.spring yet the logo and so the session.today is is about spring cloud gateway I.just wanted to give you like an overview.of the the pattern itself but what are.we doing in spring like how our API.gateway patterns implemented in spring.everyone knows that you know spring is.widely used in the enterprise it's a.developer friendly framework and it's.very easy to sort of extend and.customize so Netflix right it came out.with Zul which is which is a proxy or an.API in gateway as a better term if you.click through that link that Spencer has.put in there it it walks through like.the history of y0 came to be so just to.give you like a quick summary if you.don't want to watch the video netflix in.its initial days like any other.enterprise you know it wasn't like cloud.ready or anything because their needs of.the customers and the kind of scale that.they wanted to run at but but not really.what they are today so but as they.evolved right like so they went from.like this on-premise data center like.model to like a public cloud model.because they they had those needs around.scale and also around the different.kinds of devices that had to be.supported so you know like it could be.an iPhone and Android device device or.the whole gamut of you know like.television sets and the video game.consoles so they had to deal with the.scale and with the device types and.initially right they were using Apogee.and ma cherie but soon they realized.that API gateway is a core part of their.strategy and their product offering so.they came out with Zul and Azul is was.initially sort of adopted on the spring.cloud side as well and a lot of.contributions were made to that project.but the major the major drawback of Zul.at least you'll one is that the calls.are blocking it's a blocking i/o it's.based on the servlet API and and another.problem is that it's not that developer.friendly so it's it's hard to sort of.extend that to fit your to fit your.needs.so Netflix I believe last year announced.Z will - and they made another sort of.like a public talk or announcement in.September right now zeal - is 2.1 and.the the major sort of difference between.zero and zero one is that you'll - is.non-blocking i/o based on rx Nettie and.which you'll do the major motivation was.to have that non-blocking connect.connections or connectivity but then.beyond that also support HTTP - and.WebSockets so not so this is what.Netflix is doing with regard to 0-2 but.a major problem with 0 between 0 & 0 1.is that there is no backwards.compatibility so it's like a net new.project so if you were to you know let.use you'll - then it's it's literally a.major rewrite for you in order to.consume that so with that I'll hand it.over the move Spencer to walk through.the spring cloud gateway thank you three.so a year ago any folks from Colorado.here couple.all right so I was at a defrag in.Boulder and thinking about the future of.so we had heard this announcement of Zul.- and that was neat but there were some.things that were kind of working in my.mind and I came up with the I at the.time a little bit controversial idea to.not use the next version of Zul as the.replacement for Zul one which is suffers.from these problems that she she talked.about and part of the the motivation was.that there was a lot of wheel.reinventing happening in Zul that Spring.Framework takes care of I'll talk a.little bit about that and so I put out.this idea and it was generally liked by.the folks from the team and so I started.working on it and it's it's grown right.along with web flex and some of the.other technologies that you've probably.probably heard about so so Colorado is.the the birthplace of spring cloud.gateway if you're wondering.so it's built on spring 5 so Java 8.servlet 3.0 of course we're not using we.won't be talking about servlet today we.will be talking about project reactor.it's built on spring boot - so people.ask me when is this gonna be released.well after spring but the spring boot -.is is the answer notice I didn't give.you a date so this is built on project.reactor and I specifically built on this.hoping that I would get benefit from it.and as I was developing the project.these benefits became clear so let's see.anybody attended a session on reactor.today how about web flex.okay a number of you that's very good so.you've heard a little bit about this.right reactor is non-blocking.it has back pressure runs in an event.loop right so there are only a handful.of threads right roughly one per core in.a machine and things get queued and kind.of at the end of the chain we make the.network call and as the response comes.back we we passed that back out and that.was really important because we wanted.to be able to support some of these.features that require long lived.connections right she mentioned them.HTTP 2 and WebSockets right they just.doesn't happen so I I follow the issues.in Xul's issue tracker on github and I.think one out of every three I have to.say you know this is not the spring.cloud a repository you know make an.issue somewhere else but a lot of times.there's a repeated question hey does.this support server sent events does.this support WebSockets and the answer.is just no it doesn't and so we wanted.to be able to do that so one of the.things that I've noticed in this this is.very easy for blocking calls to creep.into reactor code so I got an issue a.few weeks ago now that said I was doing.some load testing on the Gateway and I.have all these blocking calls and it's.really slow oh no what did I do wrong.well it turns out logging by default is.a blocking call and I had some log.statements in there so I removed those.and the issue was gone but it's very.easy to for that to happen so the other.thing that we're built on is Spring web.flux so I'll just answer the question.right now yes you have to use web flux.to use spring cloud gateway we could.potentially do a Frankenstein MVC spring.cloud Gateway thing but we'll probably.hold off on that for now but we get a.lot of.things for free that in Zul one we had.to replicate out of the spring ecosystem.we get handler mappings right this is.the mechanism by which the spring.dispatcher says where should I or should.I send this web request to what code.should run this we get filters right.here is a web requests I need to do some.things to it the the predicate class.from JDK right I need to run a test.there's a consistent interface for that.server web exchange if you went to the.web flex talk you may have seen this.this is the entry point object into the.HTTP request and response and also we.get some path matching stuff right so if.you've all written an MVC requests.mapping right you've put the little.curly braces and we'll show you that but.you can get path matching and then use.those matched things later so we'll get.into a little bit about some how we use.some of these pieces to build a spring.Cal gateway and then I'll get to some.demo hopefully so the isn't that a.fantastic name it fits right yeah it.does okay.spring is really good at naming things.right we get we get roasted on that a.little bit on Twitter every once in a.while but it's it's very logical right I.know fill web at one point defended the.one particular class that everyone makes.fun of and I can't remember what it is.but like this one it's describing.exactly what it does this is a handler.mapping that uses route predicates to.determine where call should go.so a predicate is a test to see should.this web request be included by this.route.so there are a list of predicates that.can be associated with a particular.route and they could be loaded from.various locations from you know boot.config files they could come from config.server there's a repository interface.that I created so you could potentially.load routes from Cassandra or Redis or.any of the other reactive data stores I.am going to focus today in my demos on.the Java fluent interface which is.different than then you could do with.with Azul one.so after you've so you need to match a.route and basically anything that you.can get to in a request you can use to.route to a particular service in Zul one.you had one option path all right that's.all we got and we have multiple requests.to do it on other things in spring cloud.gateway you can do path you can do host.you can do headers you can do parameters.and you can compose them right it's a.Java predicate you can and or and not.them and you can you can get pretty.complex with it so once you have said.okay here's a request I've matched all.the parameters then I'm going to enter.into the filtering phase right so this.happens in what I call the filtering web.handler right so the handler is a spring.five interface it's modeled directly.after the web flux filter chain and.another key difference here between what.we did was Zul one and the Gateway is.that filters are for the most part.specific to a route in Zul one they were.just global and each there was a should.filter method that.says should I filter this request or not.and so if you wanted to write a filter.that sent you know customer X to a.different cluster that would be a.totally unique filter and a filter can.be both a pre and post filter and I've.got a graphic that displays differently.there than it does on my screen here.that's annoying okay basically what.happens with the filter is that it's a.stack of filters and as you start to.enter this stack the pre side of the.filters will run there we go right until.you get to the bottom of the stack and.this is where the network call will.happen to wherever it needs to go and.then as you come back out of the stack.yeah see I've got an extra line there.you'll reach the end of the stack and.those are the post filters if that makes.sense I'll show you a little about how.that works in a minute so what kind of.things do we have built into spring.cloud gateway as far as filters go we.can.what happened here we go.I was rude so we can rewrite the path so.this is one of the other requests that.we get a lot in Zul one is I want to be.able to do something different than just.strip the prefix off the path so if.you've anyone familiar or done any work.with mod rewrite and Apache yeah there.you go mark yes you can finally rewrite.the path in the gateway you can add or.remove request or response headers we do.some rate limiting that hopefully I'll.show you is anyone familiar with history.wow that was a lot of hands so you can.add circuit breaking in Zul one it was.kind of a big ball of mud that I'll show.you a nice little picture of but you can.apply that individually so some some.routes you might want history others you.might not we can integrate with the.spring cloud load balancer client so.this integrates with Eureka console.zookeeper.we have integrations with the Cloud.Foundry API we have integrations with.the kubernetes api right you can get.services from wherever you need and we.cannot set up some automatic routes and.if we have time I'll show you that as.well so I didn't mention this before but.there is a concept of a global filter.and we have a few of those for example.WebSockets we have a WebSocket filter.I'll show you a demo of that and then.the filter that currently does the.routing is based on Neddie the next.milestone will have an option so.currently what I will show you is based.on neti as the application platform but.in a future version you could use.potentially Tomcat or jetty to do this.as well.so what are the summit some of the.benefits and benefits here are developer.experience benefits like I said the Zul.history cribben retry was a bit of a.mess it was all or nothing.you could either route using ribbon and.get history or not right and you could.route directly you didn't you couldn't.pick and choose which pieces you wanted.and now you can which is really really.nice so let's take a look at just an.example of a filter so I don't want to.hesitate to ask this as anyone looked at.this Zul code in spring cloud okay I'm.sorry.yeah it's it's not real pretty but so.that's I want you to get excited about.this next slide to show you that what a.difference you know three and a half.years of writing this code can can do to.you this is this simple filter its job.is to change the status of a response.right so the first few lines are.actually getting the configuration and.you'll notice it's a factory because.each instance of the filter is specific.to the route right so each one's going.to have different configuration that's.why it's a factory and not just the the.filter so the the actual filter code are.these three lines after the return and.you can see the chain dot filter right.if I wanted to run pre-code I would put.the code before the chain dot filter.call okay so this is where I would put.ad request header right I would put that.functionality here so that before the.web requests goes downstream they would.get at it here you can see I use a.reactor operator on.the filter chain dot then and I create a.a runnable or a mono from the runnable.and set the response status to the value.that was configured so this is a post.sample of a post filter here is an.example of a Franken route I like to.call it we and what the reason I call it.that is because it has to match all.eight predicates so in configuration I.didn't want to do who here is a camel.programmer any CF admins out there that.are yamo programmers I didn't want to.get into that here to be able to do and.ORS and nots right so I when you have a.configured route in yeah molar.properties they're all ended so for this.particular route to match the host has.to match the path has to match the.method you can see some regular.expressions right so that header X.request ID has to match one or more.digits right query parameters have to.match cookies have to match and it has.to be after January twentieth nineteen.hundred so you could have a filter that.runs during your maintenance window that.redirects you to you know sorry where.we're doing maintenance even though if.you have the correct architecture you.should probably never have those those.types of banners anyway and then you can.see the filters right so you can add.multiple filters and they are run in.order so the order matters you can see a.little rewriting the path header so.there's you'll see that secure headers.entry I read a blog post that said here.are a handful of headers that you should.probably apply to every web request.because the browser's don't have.sensible defaults and you should set.these headers so that you know you have.some sensible defaults if you go look at.the code there's a link to.to this particular blog but it sets all.these these headers automatically for.you and you can do some configuration on.it by properties but when I saw that I.was like this is a great way to do you.know some of this cross-cutting security.where you could add a consistent set of.of response headers that get sent back.down to the browser and I'll show you in.a little bit the Java DSL and Josh long.did a spring tips video on the the.Gateway just last week and he showed.this nice he showed the Java DSL that.was then and I broke it as soon as he he.released that video and changed the API.but based on the video and based on his.suggestions it used to be that you.needed a few static imports to get this.to work and you no longer need that so.it's it's a little nicer to work with.all right demo time let's see if I can.do this nice great so anyone see Josh.long talk today okay a bunch of you or.previously that more or less it today.okay so that's gonna be everybody in the.room right so josh is an expert live.coder right so hopefully I can you know.be half the live coder that josh is as.we go today so just keep that in mind.right I'm wearing my tribute to Josh.right make jar not war we'll get to that.in a minute.but actually before we get to that.what to make an announcement the next.milestone of spring clouds Finchley not.m5 has been released as we could I get.to announce that here today yay.[Applause].this was done in the two days prior.after spring boot to milestone 7 was.released and yesterday so it was a very.interesting weekend alright so here we.are.the Josh's second favorite place on the.Internet right start dot spring did I Oh.Ord see if you have indigestion started.off spring that IO if your kids are sad.will quarter some of the other ones.anyone and Josh's favorite place in.production Oh on the Internet is.production yeah oh well that was a bomb.joke alright so here we go.we're gonna create a gateway and you.just pretend you don't see any of that.okay we're gonna call it gateway we want.just bring Duke to milestone seven we.want the Gateway we want reactive web.you want actuator eventually I'll show.history and I'll add Redis and I'll tell.you about that in a little bit okay.generate project.why is that not Irie go whoa.didn't think you're gonna have a.psychedelic terminal experience there.did you that big enough we need a little.bigger that good alright so we're gonna.open this guy up just to show you what's.included in the the palm file here.spring boot m7 our newly released inch.lead m5 yeah the gateway hysterics Redis.web flex okay our application and before.we used to do have an annotation here.right we've seen this with Eureka server.or discovery client.there's no annotation by including the.starter you get the Gateway auto.configured for you okay it's a little.bit of a change for us and we're coping.with it so what do we want to make well.the the Gateway looks for a set of route.locator beans this interface simply has.we show it to you single method get.routes and it returns a flux of route.okay so a collection multiple routes so.like I said we have a locator in fact.you can load routes from configuration.and a database and the Java DSL all at.the same time right there mined Rhonda.it makes sense to do that but you could.so we were going to use the the Java DSL.so these are my routes they're not your.routes but they're mine.I like them one of the new changes that.I made in Finchley not m5 is that the.route DSL was a set of static methods.and those have some advantage but then.you lose the benefits of spring in.certain ways as well.so what I came up with is a beam that is.the entrance into the DSL and that way.it's hooked into the spring application.context and the filters and predicates.that it finds can be wired up by spring.rather than having to create new objects.on the fly that the application context.doesn't know about so we'll name it our.builder and the simple version is the.empty set right but that's not really.interesting so let's create a route and.this is where I changed it a little bit.rather than anyway now it takes a lambda.for you to build a route and the the.type doesn't really matter but all of.the available predicates and filters are.now discoverable via the DSL rather than.having to know which static class to go.into to find the appropriate methods so.you'll see that in just a second so.we're going to create our route and the.the first one that we are going to do is.is what we used to have right in Zul.right path based routing so we're gonna.route to a method called slash get or.does get come from okay so if you learn.nothing else today there are two tools.that I want you to learn about the first.one is this website HTTP bin org anyone.heard of it yeah good lots we get to.learn so this.is a fun little web application in that.you can send it a request and in.response it will tell you about the.request that it received for example.we're gonna do get and it will return.some information about the request the.headers that received the origin and the.URI the that it was sent to it.incredibly useful for designing ap is.and really helpful in designing a proxy.because you can formulate all sorts of.requests against it and assuming they.make it through the proxy to HTTP bin.that it worked so we're going to use.that as our target for today rather than.I could go through the steps of building.an application but it's useful to see.those headers and that data in the.responses so we're going to route by.path and let's add a filter to this add.request header we're gonna call it bring.one the value is and then to finish we.need to send it to a URI so first so I'm.gonna know three T's now normally that.would be okay but we need to add the.port here and the reason we need to add.the port is that the gateway takes the.existing request and applies this URI to.the request URI replacing the.appropriate pieces of it so in this case.the host will change from localhost for.example to HTTP bid org but if we didn't.add the port the port of the existing.request would be used so HTTP bin is not.listening on port 8080 needs to listen.on port 80 so it's important.include your port here all right let's.see if this works it didn't fail so.that's a good sign so you can see we.started an eddy on port 8080.so here's tool number to http now I know.curl is ubiquitous and true UNIX lovers.love curl but I died I must be I I just.don't get it and I have to look at help.or the man page all the time so HTTP I.is for humans.so so my demos today will be mostly with.HTTP and you'll see the benefits so.that's the command we use and normally.that's that's through that sweetie.little space so normally you would do.this right localhost on 8080 and I was.remember gonna route by method by path.right so slash get well like I said this.is for humans and an HTTP ID knows that.you're gonna use it on localhost a lot.so you can do this which is super nice.so that'll be our shortcut for most of.the day today the rest of the time so.here is our request you can see some.headers that we returned these were the.headers that were sent to HTTP bin you.can see here's the request header we.added and the actual URL that was.received right so we transformed.localhost 8080 into HTTP bin org port 80.right makes sense.great so next we're going to do away.that bigger I'd be a little bigger we're.going to add another route.we're gonna do host routing this time.remember I mentioned that we get to use.some of Springs path matching.capabilities so I'll show you a little.bit right here.pattern we want to match now this isn't.a true path but a hostname is.hierarchical and so it does follow you.can match not on slashes but on dots so.we're going to match my host org.any queen fans out there and again we're.going to go to http bin will restart yes.don't show me that again.so I want to show you a different method.one that was available from HTTP bid but.we haven't mapped right so this should.result in a 404 because there's no.matching route for slash headers right.just to prove that I'm not lying so.there's our 404 there doesn't exist.it needs the host header right so HTT.p-- i again to the shortcut rescue this.is how you define a header so now this.should match and Sid forwarded on ok and.there we go.and there is our another one bites the.best I don't know why I thought of that.but that's a great song.all right our next route we are going to.show you a little I'm going to do most.of the path matching from here most of.the predicates based on hosts just.because it's simple and Ike it doesn't.matter the path so I'm going to do you.you write org but you could do write.again wrong key just to show you that.you can do or path right so you could.hop in and do some complex predicate.matching here so I've showed you that.you could use all the built-in.predicates well what if you wanted to.write your own predicate how would you.wire that in so you can just excuse me.didn't want to complete.hmm well I'll find that leader sorry I.was hoping to show you something that.doesn't look like oh well so if you had.a custom filter you could say here's a.filter and give it an instance of a of a.filter right here and that should be.available for predicates as well right.should be able to supply your own into.this DSL without having those.automatically discovered on the DSL okay.so we're going to rewrite the host.rewrite path and I'm sure there are some.of you here that can conjure regular.expressions out of thin air I cannot so.there we go.I'll talk you through that a little bit.and of course we're going to HTTP bin so.these are our standard Java regular.expressions here we are saying match.something that begins with /foo slash.and then we are going to capture this.piece right here and we are going to.name it segment right it's just an.arbitrary name nothing to that right and.we're going to just basically we're.going to strip the path off the front.right we're just going to strip foo off.and just replace it with the named.segment okay let's go ahead and restart.so again if I go to slash few slash get.we get a 404 because we didn't match are.you right org and there's a slow.internet conference Internet right but.it did work right so so we eventually.got through and it it rewrote the path.to to get there's also another version.of this called set path which you could.I was just going to talk you through it.but I may as well show it to you.our that's why I wanted to do.maybe I get into.path equals anything.this is not practice this is not part of.my usual demo so we'll see if this works.so basically as I match a path I can say.match this particular segment right this.is the same thing that Springs handler.mappers use when you when you specify.segments like that in a request mapping.and then in the set path filter I can.say I want the path to just be segments.so let's see if this works.so again we need to match on foo but.this time it's set path not org and.there we go it worked fine okay.so I wanted to show you history and what.that looks like so we're going to show.you history timing out right so one of.the things that the circuit paper.provides is the ability to time out.right so that you don't spend all of.your time blocking on on a particular.call.so hystrix org thank you let's see and.we want to hysterics and there are two.options here now they're only used to be.one you can use do a setter which is.histor --ax imperative style of.configuring history command or you can.just give it a name and use properties.to configure that command again we'll go.to HTTP bin go ahead and restart this.guy one of the methods that HTTP bin.provides you is a way to simulate slow.calls so this delay says block for three.seconds before returning the morale of.course match on history org and you'll.see we get a gateway timeout right.historic said ah I'm done I got a.timeout let's spit out 504 to the client.and if that happened enough times in a.short period of time the circuit would.open and it would just return a 500.error right as per the standard history.behavior until such time that the.downstream service kind of came back to.life all right next one so one of the.the features that we get asked and asked.about these WebSockets right this is.something that is long lived connection.and I want to thank some of the spring.folks that helped me to get this right.but one of the things that being based.on reactor and Webb flux gives us is the.ability to have long-lived connections.and I was able to reuse the connectivity.the the WebSocket facilities in spring.five to add those to the Gateway.so what I'll show you here is that we're.gonna match on a path called echo and.the URI now we're no longer to go to two.HTTP bin but we're going to go to a.WebSocket server localhost port 9000.okay so we are going to do a little.split terminal here.about the same size so let me show you.this little command I have written.there's a little tool called WS cat that.is very useful in debugging and writing.not only web service clients but also.servers so I'm going to start a little.WebSocket server okay so this is what.I'm going to proxy to so WS server.running on port 9000 right now there's.also a client side to WS cat let me show.you oh I didn't want to run it I want to.show it to you I gotta prove things.so this says connect to web yes.localhost port 8080 right this is the.gateway not the web service I'm not.faking it going directly to the web.service server okay so we'll run that.and so I can say hello the server.receives the message and I can then go.the other way from the server and the.client received the message so we just.had to a communication through a.long-lived connection through the.Gateway alright WebSockets through.spring called gateway whoo alright for.that let's see we're done here 5:30 is.that right heads nodding yes yes okay.well why don't we finish up and get.ready for some some questions come back.to the.presentation so you want to talk a.little bit about your upcoming session.yeah so another session on Cloud Foundry.you AAA as an identity gateway so I.touched upon the security patterns so.we'll take a closer look at how the.different security patterns can be.enforced through Cloud Foundry UAE using.the API gateway pattern so that talk is.on Thursday 11:50 in room 2004 so these.slides are at this particular URL.they're also available at my blog at.Spencer get us you can find us it on.Twitter here if you if you need any of.information wanted to open it up to any.questions you might have here in the.front row the question was if there is.any planned integration with Spring.cloud services on PCF and well the.honest answer is I'm not sure we have.been talking about it.we'll let you know I know the project.manager for that is here if you find.them you could go ask him and he'd.probably be able to give you a better.answer than me yes yes so that's what I.was hesitating to demo to you whether or.not I should show you that one of the.things I can show you is is that yes.there is integration with Eureka and so.what your URIs would look like here is.thank you for asking that question I.should have at least showed this part.you would say route to the load balancer.for my service right and this would say.get the host port and scheme from.service registry replaced that with you.know whichever server it chose right.through the load balancer algorithm and.then.would move they would use that so yes we.do have that yes the answer is can you.split traffic 6040 5050.to two different versions of a service.we don't have anything like that built.in but I don't think it would be hard to.do that in a filter basically you could.you could use you could read the.metadata of the service and say is this.version one version two and then set.some properties it really wouldn't be.too hard to do that but nothing built-in.yes here in the back what's going to.happen or spring clouds well good.question.so spring clouds ool is still in the.Finchley milestone we're not going to.remove it we have large enterprise.customers that have built you know lots.of custom filters so as long as they're.on it we will support it so in the.future we may think of a see if we can.come up with a compatibility layer that.allows you to use your old filters maybe.in a new that's something we've talked.about but will support Zul one for a.while let's try this side sorry I've.been focusing over here yes so the.question is can you in support security.like JWT tokens right the answer is yes.we still have some work to do because we.have some of that functionality with.with Zul so we are working on porting.that so the other part of spring the.spring ecosystem that is new is spring.framework spring security five and so we.have to work with them to get our ducks.in a row there yes.so the question is about Netflix ribbon.and so I I guess I didn't mention that.here when when it sees lb it actually.uses ribbon to select the server so the.answer is yes another feature that I was.planning on showing you that I did not.is the Redis rate limiter all right so.we have some built in rate limiting that.comes from stripe I don't know if you've.heard of the payment processing company.stripe so they did a nice blog on four.different styles of rate limiting and we.brought it they use Redis and it's Lua.scripting capabilities and so we brought.that in I was particularly keen on that.because we have reactive Redis support.right so non-blocking Redis support that.we're able to use and get rate limiting.to show you here if you go watch josh's.spring tips on that he demonstrates that.more questions over here in the front.so the answer is the facility that used.to make the outbound call replaceable.the answer is yes in fact I have a.replacement already written so the.current implementation that we saw today.uses neti but I have an implementation.that will be you can do some.configuration and be able to use.Spriggans web client to do the HTTP but.you could certainly replace it with with.whatever else as long as it is also.non-blocking it certainly could yes.right behind ya.so asking about G RPC support here you.could certainly do that it would have to.be a separate filter that understood.G RPC but I have an open issue for that.already but that might not come in the.initial release other questions here say.that again.the the question is supporting only.Redis for rate limiting so the current.implementation is all we have is Redis.but it's it's an interface so there's.certainly could be anything else right.you could do it again as long as it's.non blocking and you have reactive.access to it you could store store it in.anything that worked that way so so yes.there's a possibility we haven't done.anything else so we support Redis on PCF.so that was one of the things we wanted.to target but yeah if you have an idea.of something go ahead and file an issue.and we can look at the different.implementation any other questions yes.comparisons so we had a user do that and.there were a few things that we needed.to fix but I don't anticipate any.problems that way it should be if you go.look at one of the talks by one of the.the Netflix engineers about Zul one and.Zul two they talked a little bit about.the performance differences between the.blocking i/o and non-blocking and i/o.and in certain workloads non-blocking.use a certain measure of performance.increases so we have some things to work.on there but I don't see any problems.working or getting over those problems.yes yeah so the reason that we use Redis.is that you would generally have a.cluster of gateway servers right and you.want the statistics for the particular.key to be available across all of them.that's why you use we've used Redis yep.I think we're out of time if you want I.can you can come and ask questions.afterwards thanks for coming appreciate.it.you.

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