Hello! This post continues in some way the topic of how to get configuration in Vertx apps. We’ve observed general principles, and today we would dive into concrete case study – reading configuration from secured Vault storage. We would talk about how to use Vault server and store data in it, and then how to access this configuration within Vertx app. I encourage you to read my previous post to grab an idea about Vertx Config model. Let start!
Hi again! I want to talk today about Vertx-Config library, that is the prefered way to get configuration in Vertx apps. It offers abstraction layer for various type of configs – properties files, system vars; as well some more exotic stores, that are available via extensions – Vault, Kubernetes and others. In this post we would observe Vertx Configuration model, and take a look on built-in configuration providers. Later, we would see how to track configuration updates during runtime.