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5 ways to use node.js in the network

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This concise presentation describes 5 ways to use node.js in the network to assist and enhance applications.

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5 ways to use node.js in the network

  1. 1. 5 Ways to Use Node in the Network
  2. 2. 1. API Metering Also called API rate limiting, metering is the process of managing access to APIs, and only allowing a given number of API calls per specified time period.
  3. 3. API METERING X-API-Key: 12345 node.js • Extract API key from HTTP header • Lookup (service or database) current usage and quota • Determine whether call allowed or reject with appropriate message MORE EFFICIENT IMPROVES PERFORMANCE LESS DISRUPTION WHEN CHANGED LineRate.com 3
  4. 4. 2. Y-axis scaling Y-axis scaling is a sharding-based routing pattern that uses some variable within each request - either in the URI or in the HTTP headers - to determine which service or application instance a request should be forwarded to.
  5. 5. Y-AXIS SCALING Service A Service B Service C /login/ /checkout/ /search/ node.js • Evaluate URI • Steer to the appropriate service based on function • Can be extended to pull service name from database for real-time updates MORE EFFICIENT IMPROVES PERFORMANCE BETTER ABSTRACTION LineRate.com 5
  6. 6. 3. Data scrubbing Data scrubbing is a security technique that ensures sensitive or confidential data is not returned to the user.
  7. 7. DATA SCRUBBING Service A Service B Service C {username: “Joe Bob”, account: “123-45-678”} {username: “Joe Bob”, account: “xxx-xx-678”} node.js • Intercept response • If specified pattern / data is discovered, remove or scrub to obfuscate • Return clean data to user COMPLIANCE SECURITY LESS DISRUPTION WHEN CHANGED LineRate.com 7
  8. 8. 4. Exception Handling Exception handling allows the app proxy to “retry” requests to app instances that fail. This is particularly useful in cases where 5xx and 4xxx error messages are returned and indicate a problem with the web server or app instance.
  9. 9. EXCEPTION HANDLING GET /original-request/ (RETRY) GET /original-request/ node.js • Intercept response • If HTTP response matches specified status codes retry the request and mark the original as unavailable • May perform additional logging or actions as indicated by the script IMPROVE UPTIME FASTER NOTIFICATION BETTER USER EXPERIENCE LineRate.com 9
  10. 10. 5. Content Sharding Similar to Y-axis scaling, content sharding allows for finer grained distribution of requests based on content type such as images, documents, static text or database-backed content.
  11. 11. CONTENT SHARDING Images Static text Scripts node.js • Evaluate URI and/or Content-Type HTTP header • Steer to the appropriate service based on content type • Can be extended to pull service name from database for real-time updates IMPROVE SCALABILITY IMPROVED PERFORMANCE BETTER USER EXPERIENCE LineRate.com 11
  12. 12. How do I get node in the network?
  13. 13. 13 With a programmable proxy like LineRate Data Path Data path programmability enables custom application data and traffic handling logic Node.js LINE RATE NODE.JS • Deployed in the data path between an end user and the application • Fluent in SSL and HTTP • Can execute custom logic using node.js (including modules from NPM)
  14. 14. Where can I get one? linerate.f5.com
  15. 15. 15 https://linerate.f5.com/try

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