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express-gateway - A microservices API Gateway built on top of ExpressJS

  •    Javascript

Express Gateway is an API Gateway that sits at the heart of any microservices architecture, regardless of what language or platform you're using. Express Gateway secures your microservices and exposes them through APIs using Node.js, ExpressJS and Express middleware. Developing microservices, orchestrating and managing them now can be done insanely fast all on one seamless platform without having to introduce additional infrastructure. Express Gateway is commerically supported LunchBadger. For more information about support plans please contact info@express-gateway.io.

PolicyServer.Local - Free OSS version of PolicyServer

  •    CSharp

In this repository we have provided a free, open source, and simplified version of the authorization pattern we propose - with the necessary code to create a simple implementation in your applications. NOTE: This open source library does not have the advanced features of the PolicyServer product like hierarchical policies, client/server separation, management APIs and UI, caching, auditing etc., but the client library is syntax-compatible with its "big brother" in terms of integration to your applications. This allows an upgrade path with minimal code changes if you start with this client library.

udaru - Open source Access Manager for node.js

  •    Javascript

Udaru is a Policy Based Access Control (PBAC) authorization module. It supports Organizations, Teams and User entities that are used to build the access model. The policies attached to these entities define the 'Actions' that can be performed by an entity on various 'Resources'. See the Udaru website for complete documentation on Udaru.

koa-controller - MVC-style implementation of routes and controllers for Koa.

  •    Javascript

Middleware for Koa which handles the routing of your application were related functionalities are splitted into routes, controllers and constraints.

react-policies - Decoupled and unopinionated policy system for React components

  •    Javascript

Many times when developing with React we find the need to control access to a given component. These controls are often needed on multiple components, and not rarely we end up creating other new components solely to fulfill these needs and avoid repeating code. This module does not intend to do something much different, but instead it provides a simple and unified way to create these policy control rules and apply them to your components.

community - Your place to contribute to Sensu plugins and their maintainers


Your place to contribute to Sensu plugins and their maintainers. Sensu plugins can be found all over GitHub. Community maintainers of Sensu collect them, code review and manage their releases under the Sensu Plugins organization. This results in the many gems we all rely on.