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Api Gateway Spring Cloud Gateway vs Kong?  RSS feed

 
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Halli Hallo

i hope im at the right Place. I want to get started with API-Gateway(s). Currently im running 5 Microservices written in Java (Spring-Boot) deployed via Docker. Each Microservices is protected via Keycloak. I want to use a API-Gateway so that i can combine every MS into 1 Link:
  • demo.com/api/ms1
  • demo.com/api/ms2
  • ...


  • And more important i want to have the Authorization at one Place and not in everysingle Microservice.

    I found a couple of Solutions but im not sure which to use or if i maybe should write my own one?
    I was intrested in checking out 'Spring Cloud Gateway' because the Microservices are written in 'Spring Boot' and alternatively 'Kong'. What would you guys recommend for my usecase? Whats is easier for total beginners?

    Thanks in advance.


    PS: Im not a native English-Speaker im sorry for all my misspellings.
     
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