Security4:20 with Alena Holligan
Very few REST APIs are open for unlimited public consumption. Let's see what steps we can take to make our API strong and safer.
A cache is a service that holds onto data that you need to be able to retrieve quickly. This is very useful when your data takes awhile to retrieve or calculate. Some common caches you might use are memcached, TimesTen if you use Oracle products, or HazelCast for the Java world. For caching compiled pages, Varnish is a very common and powerful choice.
More About Security
Security is such an important concept, we have a whole Security Track you can take to learn more. Two of the most important courses concerning APIs are Introduction to Data Security and Introduction to Application Security
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