Chapter 11. Building a configuration management database
This chapter covers
- Creating a configuration database using Spring Data Neo4j
- Enabling REST web services using JSON and XML
- Invoking web services using the Maven deployment plug-in
- Accessing GitHub using Spring Social and OAuth 2 authorization
- Using Spring Security to encrypt GitHub access tokens
If you work with a technical infrastructure of any size, you may have run into a variety of common issues:
- Poor visibility into system configuration— It may be difficult to know exactly what’s deployed, which apps live on which servers, who to call when apps fail, and so on. When multiple teams are involved (for example, multiple development and operations teams), they may not have the ...
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