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Souin Table of Contents

  1. Souin reverse-proxy cache description
  2. Configuration
    2.1. Required configuration
    2.1.1. Souin as plugin
    2.1.2. Souin out-of-the-box
    2.2. Optional configuration
  3. Storages
  4. APIs
    4.1. Prometheus API
    4.2. Souin API
    4.3. Security API
  5. Diagrams
    5.1. Sequence diagram
  6. Cache systems
  7. GraphQL
  8. Plugins
    8.1. Beego filter
    8.2. Caddy module
    8.3. Chi middleware
    8.4. Dotweb middleware
    8.5. Echo middleware
    8.6. Fiber middleware
    8.7. Gin middleware
    8.8. Goa middleware
    8.9. Go-zero middleware
    8.10. Goyave middleware
    8.11. Hertz middleware
    8.12. Kratos filter
    8.13. Roadrunner middleware
    8.14. Skipper filter
    8.15. Træfik plugin
    8.16. Tyk plugin
    8.17. Webgo middleware
  9. Credits

Souin HTTP cache

Project description

Souin is a new HTTP cache system suitable for every reverse-proxy. It can be either placed on top of your current reverse-proxy whether it's Apache, Nginx or as plugin in your favorite reverse-proxy like Træfik, Caddy or Tyk.
Since it's written in go, it can be deployed on any server and thanks to the docker integration, it will be easy to install on top of a Swarm, or a kubernetes instance.
It's RFC compatible, supporting Vary, request coalescing, stale cache-control and other specifications related to the RFC-7234.
It supports the newly written RFCs (currently in draft) http-cache-groups and http-invalidation.
It also supports the Cache-Status HTTP response header, the YKey group such as Varnish, the Targeted HTTP Cache Control RFC, .
It supports the ESI tags, thanks to the go-esi package.

Warning

Since v1.7.0 Souin implements only one storage. If you need a specific storage you have to take it from the storages repository and add it either in your code, during the build otherwise.
(e.g. with otter using caddy) You have to build your caddy module with the desired storage xcaddy build --with github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/caddy --with github.com/darkweak/storages/otter/caddy and configure otter in your Caddyfile/JSON configuration file.
See the storages section or the documentation website about the storages.

Configuration

The configuration file is store at /anywhere/configuration.yml. You can supply your own as long as you use one of the minimal configurations below.

Required configuration

Souin as plugin

default_cache: # Required
  ttl: 10s # Default TTL

Souin out-of-the-box

default_cache: # Required
  ttl: 10s # Default TTL
reverse_proxy_url: 'http://traefik' # If it's in the same network you can use http://your-service, otherwise just use https://yourdomain.com
Key Description Value example
default_cache.ttl Duration to cache request (in seconds) 10

Besides, it's highly recommended to set default_cache.default_cache_control (see it below) to avoid undesired caching for responses without Cache-Control header.

Optional configuration

# /anywhere/configuration.yml
api:
  basepath: /souin-api # Default route basepath for every additional APIs to avoid conflicts with existing routes
  prometheus: # Prometheus exposed metrics
    basepath: /anything-for-prometheus-metrics # Change the prometheus endpoint basepath
  souin: # Souin listing keys and cache management
    basepath: /anything-for-souin # Change the souin endpoint basepath
cache_keys:
  '.*\.css':
    disable_body: true # Prevent the body from being used in the cache key
    disable_host: true # Prevent the host from being used in the cache key
    disable_method: true # Prevent the method from being used in the cache key
    disable_query: true # Prevent the query string from being used in the cache key
    disable_scheme: true # request scheme the query string from being used in the cache key
    hash: true # Hash the cache key instead of a plaintext one
    hide: true # Prevent the cache key to be in the response Cache-Status header
    headers: # Add headers to the key
      - Authorization # Add the header value in the key
      - Content-Type # Add the header value in the key
    template: "{http.request.method}-{http.request.host}-{http.request.path}" # Use caddy placeholders to create the key (when this option is enabled, disable_* directives are skipped)
cdn: # If Souin is set after a CDN fill these informations
  api_key: XXXX # Your provider API key if mandatory
  provider: fastly # The provider placed before Souin (e.g. fastly, cloudflare, akamai, varnish)
  strategy: soft # The strategy to purge the CDN cache based on tags (e.g. soft, hard)
  dynamic: true # If true, you'll be able to add custom keys than the ones defined under the surrogate_keys key
default_cache:
  allowed_http_verbs: # Allowed HTTP verbs to cache (default GET, HEAD).
    - GET
    - POST
    - HEAD
  cache_name: Souin # Override the cache name to use in the Cache-Status header
  distributed: true # Use Olric or Etcd distributed storage
  key:
    disable_body: true # Prevent the body from being used in the cache key
    disable_host: true # Prevent the host from being used in the cache key
    disable_method: true # Prevent the method from being used in the cache key
    disable_query: true # Prevent the query string from being used in the cache key
    disable_scheme: true # Prevent the request scheme string from being used in the cache key
    hash: true # Hash the cache key instead of a plaintext one
    hide: true # Prevent the cache key to be in the response Cache-Status header
    headers: # Add headers to the key
      - Authorization # Add the header value in the key
      - Content-Type # Add the header value in the key
    template: "{http.request.method}-{http.request.host}-{http.request.path}" # Use caddy placeholders to create the key (when this option is enabled, disable_* directives are skipped)
  etcd: # If distributed is set to true, you'll have to define either the etcd or olric section
    configuration: # Configure directly the Etcd client
      endpoints: # Define multiple endpoints
        - etcd-1:2379 # First node
        - etcd-2:2379 # Second node
        - etcd-3:2379 # Third node
  mode: bypass # Override the RFC respect.
  olric: # If distributed is set to true, you'll have to define either the etcd or olric section
    url: 'olric:3320' # Olric server
  regex:
    exclude: 'ARegexHere' # Regex to exclude from cache
  stale: 1000s # Stale duration
  timeout: # Timeout configuration
    backend: 10s # Backend timeout before returning an HTTP unavailable response
    cache: 20ms # Cache provider (badger, etcd, nutsdb, olric, depending the configuration you set) timeout before returning a miss
  ttl: 1000s # Default TTL
  default_cache_control: no-store # Set default value for Cache-Control response header if not set by upstream
log_level: INFO # Logs verbosity [ DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR, DPANIC, PANIC, FATAL ], case do not matter
ssl_providers: # The {providers}.json to use
  - traefik
urls:
  'https:\/\/domain.com\/first-.+': # First regex route configuration
    ttl: 1000s # Override default TTL
  'https:\/\/domain.com\/second-route': # Second regex route configuration
    ttl: 10s # Override default TTL
  'https?:\/\/mysubdomain\.domain\.com': # Third regex route configuration
    ttl: 50s # Override default TTL'
    default_cache_control: public, max-age=86400 # Override default default Cache-Control
ykeys:
  The_First_Test:
    headers:
      Content-Type: '.+'
  The_Second_Test:
    url: 'the/second/.+'
  The_Third_Test:
  The_Fourth_Test:
surrogate_keys:
  The_First_Test:
    headers:
      Content-Type: '.+'
  The_Second_Test:
    url: 'the/second/.+'
  The_Third_Test:
  The_Fourth_Test:
Key Description Value example
api The cache-handler API cache management
api.basepath BasePath for all APIs to avoid conflicts /your-non-conflicting-route

(default: /souin-api)
api.{api}.enable (DEPRECATED) Enable the API with related routes true

(default: true if you define the api name, false then)
api.{api}.security (DEPRECATED) Enable the JWT Authentication token verification true

(default: false)
api.security.secret (DEPRECATED) JWT secret key Any_charCanW0rk123
api.security.users (DEPRECATED) Array of authorized users with username x password combo - username: admin

password: admin
api.souin.security Enable JWT validation to access the resource true

(default: false)
cache_keys Define the key generation rules for each URI matching the key regexp
cache_keys.{your regexp} Regexp that the URI should match to override the key generation .+\.css
cache_keys.{your regexp}.disable_body Disable the body part in the key matching the regexp (GraphQL context) true

(default: false)
cache_keys.{your regexp}.disable_host Disable the host part in the key matching the regexp true

(default: false)
cache_keys.{your regexp}.disable_method Disable the method part in the key matching the regexp true

(default: false)
cache_keys.{your regexp}.disable_query Disable the query string part in the key matching the regexp true

(default: false)
cache_keys.{your regexp}.disable_scheme Disable the request scheme string part in the key matching the regexp true

(default: false)
cache_keys.{your regexp}.hash Hash the key matching the regexp true

(default: false)
cache_keys.{your regexp}.headers Add headers to the key matching the regexp - Authorization

- Content-Type

- X-Additional-Header
cache_keys.{your regexp}.hide Prevent the key from being exposed in the Cache-Status HTTP response header true

(default: false)
cdn The CDN management, if you use any cdn to proxy your requests Souin will handle that
cdn.provider The provider placed before Souin akamai

fastly

souin
cdn.api_key The api key used to access to the provider XXXX
cdn.dynamic Enable the dynamic keys returned by your backend application false

(default: true)
cdn.email The api key used to access to the provider if required, depending the provider XXXX
cdn.hostname The hostname if required, depending the provider domain.com
cdn.network The network if required, depending the provider your_network
cdn.strategy The strategy to use to purge the cdn cache, soft will keep the content as a stale resource hard

(default: soft)
cdn.service_id The service id if required, depending the provider 123456_id
cdn.zone_id The zone id if required, depending the provider anywhere_zone
default_cache.allowed_http_verbs The HTTP verbs to support cache - GET

- POST

(default: GET, HEAD)
default_cache.badger Configure the Badger cache storage
default_cache.badger.path Configure Badger with a file /anywhere/badger_configuration.json
default_cache.badger.configuration Configure Badger directly in the Caddyfile or your JSON caddy configuration See the Badger configuration for the options
default_cache.default_cache_control Set the default value of Cache-Control response header if not set by upstream (Souin treats empty Cache-Control as public if omitted) no-store
default_cache.etcd Configure the Etcd cache storage
default_cache.etcd.configuration Configure Etcd directly in the Caddyfile or your JSON caddy configuration See the Etcd configuration for the options
default_cache.etcd.url Set the Etcd cluster endpoint http://etcd1:2379,http://etcd2:2379
default_cache.key Override the key generation with the ability to disable unecessary parts
default_cache.key.disable_body Disable the body part in the key (GraphQL context) true

(default: false)
default_cache.key.disable_host Disable the host part in the key true

(default: false)
default_cache.key.disable_method Disable the method part in the key true

(default: false)
default_cache.key.disable_query Disable the query string part in the key true

(default: false)
default_cache.key.disable_scheme Disable the request scheme string part in the key true

(default: false)
default_cache.key.hash Hash the key name in the storage true

(default: false)
default_cache.key.headers Add headers to the key matching the regexp - Authorization

- Content-Type

- X-Additional-Header
default_cache.key.hide Prevent the key from being exposed in the Cache-Status HTTP response header true

(default: false)
default_cache.key.template Use caddy placeholders to create the key (when this option is enabled, disable_* directives are skipped) Placeholders documentation
default_cache.max_cacheable_body_bytes Set the maximum size (in bytes) for a response body to be cached (unlimited if omited) 1048576 (1MB)
default_cache.mode RFC respect tweaking One of bypass bypass_request bypass_response strict (default strict)
default_cache.nats Configure the Nats cache storage
default_cache.nats.url Set the Nats cluster endpoint nats://127.0.0.1:4222,nats://127.0.0.1:4223
default_cache.nats.configuration Configure Nats directly in the Caddyfile or your JSON caddy configuration See the Nats configuration for the options
default_cache.nuts Configure the Nuts cache storage
default_cache.nuts.path Set the Nuts file path storage /anywhere/nuts/storage
default_cache.nuts.configuration Configure Nuts directly in the Caddyfile or your JSON caddy configuration See the Nuts configuration for the options
default_cache.olric Configure the Olric cache storage
default_cache.olric.path Configure Olric with a file /anywhere/olric_configuration.json
default_cache.olric.configuration Configure Olric directly in the Caddyfile or your JSON caddy configuration See the Olric configuration for the options
default_cache.otter Configure the Otter cache storage
default_cache.otter.configuration Configure Otter directly in the Caddyfile or your JSON caddy configuration
default_cache.otter.configuration.size Set the size of the pool in Otter 999999 (default 10000)
default_cache.port.{web,tls} The device's local HTTP/TLS port that Souin should be listening on Respectively 80 and 443
default_cache.redis Configure the Redis cache storage
default_cache.redis.url Set the Redis cluster endpoint nats://127.0.0.1:4222,nats://127.0.0.1:4223
default_cache.redis.configuration Configure Redis directly in the Caddyfile or your JSON caddy configuration See the Go-redis configuration for the options or See the Rueidis configuration for the options
default_cache.regex.exclude The regex used to prevent paths being cached ^[A-z]+.*$
default_cache.stale The stale duration 25m
default_cache.timeout The timeout configuration
default_cache.timeout.backend The timeout duration to consider the backend as unreachable 10s
default_cache.timeout.cache The timeout duration to consider the cache provider as unreachable 10ms
default_cache.ttl The TTL duration 120s
log_level The log level One of DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR, DPANIC, PANIC, FATAL it's case insensitive
reverse_proxy_url The reverse-proxy's instance URL (Apache, Nginx, Træfik...) - http://yourservice (Container way)
http://localhost:81 (Local way)
http://yourdomain.com:81 (Network way)
ssl_providers List of your providers handling certificates - traefik

- nginx

- apache
urls.{your url or regex} List of your custom configuration depending each URL or regex 'https://yourdomain.com'
urls.{your url or regex}.ttl Override the default TTL if defined 90s

10m
urls.{your url or regex}.default_cache_control Override the default default Cache-Control if defined public, max-age=86400
surrogate_keys.{key name}.headers Headers that should match to be part of the surrogate key group Authorization: ey.+

Content-Type: json
surrogate_keys.{key name}.headers.{header name} Header name that should be present a match the regex to be part of the surrogate key group Content-Type: json
surrogate_keys.{key name}.url Url that should match to be part of the surrogate key group .+
ykeys.{key name}.headers (DEPRECATED) Headers that should match to be part of the ykey group Authorization: ey.+

Content-Type: json
ykeys.{key name}.headers.{header name} (DEPRECATED) Header name that should be present a match the regex to be part of the ykey group Content-Type: json
ykeys.{key name}.url (DEPRECATED) Url that should match to be part of the ykey group .+

APIs

All endpoints are accessible through the api.basepath configuration line or by default through /souin-api to avoid named route conflicts. Be sure to define an unused route to not break your existing application.

Prometheus API

Prometheus API expose some metrics about the cache.
The base path for the prometheus API is /metrics. Not supported inside Træfik because the deny the unsafe library usage inside plugins

Method Endpoint Description
GET / Expose the different keys listed below.
Key Definition
souin_request_upstream_counter Count the incoming requests that go to the upstream
souin_no_cached_response_counter Count the uncacheable responses
souin_cached_response_counter Count the cacheable responses
souin_avg_response_time Average response time

Souin API

Souin API allow users to manage the cache.
The base path for the souin API is /souin.
The Souin API supports the invalidation by surrogate keys such as Fastly which will replace the Varnish system. You can read the doc about this system. This system is able to invalidate by tags your cloud provider cache. Actually it supports Akamai and Fastly but in a near future some other providers would be implemented like Cloudflare or Varnish.

Method Endpoint Headers Description
GET / - List stored keys cache
GET /surrogate_keys - List stored keys cache
PURGE /{id or regexp} - Purge selected item(s) depending. The parameter can be either a specific key or a regexp
PURGE /?ykey={key} - Purge selected item(s) corresponding to the target ykey such as Varnish (deprecated)
PURGE / Surrogate-Key: Surrogate-Key-First, Surrogate-Key-Second Purge selected item(s) belong to the target key in the header Surrogate-Key (see Surrogate-Key system)
PURGE /flush - Purge all providers and surrogate storages

Security API

DEPRECATED
Security API allows users to protect other APIs with JWT authentication.
The base path for the security API is /authentication.

Method Endpoint Body Headers Description
POST /login {"username":"admin", "password":"admin"} ['Content-Type' => 'json'] Try to login, it returns a response which contains the cookie name souin-authorization-token with the JWT if succeed
POST /refresh - ['Content-Type' => 'json', 'Cookie' => 'souin-authorization-token=the-token'] Refreshes the token, replaces the old with a new one

Diagrams

Sequence diagram

See the sequence diagram for the minimal version below Sequence diagram

Cache systems

Supported providers

The cache system sits on top of three providers at the moment. It provides two in-memory storage solutions (badger and nuts), and two distributed storages Olric and Etcd because setting, getting, updating and deleting keys in these providers is as easy as it gets.
The Badger provider (default one): you can tune its configuration using the badger configuration inside your Souin configuration. In order to do that, you have to declare the badger block. See the following json example.

"badger": {
  "configuration": {
    "ValueDir": "default",
    "ValueLogFileSize": 16777216,
    "MemTableSize": 4194304,
    "ValueThreshold": 524288,
    "BypassLockGuard": true
  }
}

The Nuts provider: you can tune its configuration using the nuts configuration inside your Souin configuration. In order to do that, you have to declare the nuts block. See the following json example.

"nuts": {
  "configuration": {
    "Dir": "default",
    "EntryIdxMode": 1,
    "RWMode": 0,
    "SegmentSize": 1024,
    "NodeNum": 42,
    "SyncEnable": true,
    "StartFileLoadingMode": 1
  }
}

The Otter provider: you can tune its configuration using the otter configuration inside your Souin configuration. In order to do that, you have to declare the otter block. See the following json example.

"otter": {
  "configuration": {
    "size": 9999999
  }
}

The Olric provider: you can tune its configuration using the olric configuration inside your Souin configuration and declare Souin has to use the distributed provider. In order to do that, you have to declare the olric block and the distributed directive. See the following json example.

"distributed": true,
"olric": {
  "configuration": {
    # Olric configuration here...
  }
}

In order to do that, the Olric provider need to be either on the same network as the Souin instance when using docker-compose or over the internet, then it will use by default in-memory to avoid network latency as much as possible.

The Etcd provider: you can tune its configuration using the etcd configuration inside your Souin configuration and declare Souin has to use the distributed provider. In order to do that, you have to declare the etcd block and the distributed directive. See the following json example.

"distributed": true,
"etcd": {
  "configuration": {
    # Etcd configuration here...
  }
}

In order to do that, the Etcd provider need to be either on the same network as the Souin instance when using docker-compose or over the internet, then it will use by default in-memory to avoid network latency as much as possible. Souin will return at first the response from the choosen provider when it gives a non-empty response, or fallback to the reverse proxy otherwise. Since v1.4.2, Souin supports Olric and since v1.6.10 it supports Etcd to handle distributed cache.

GraphQL

This feature is currently in beta.
Souin can partially cache your GraphQL requests. It automatically handles the data retrieval and omit the caching for the mutations.
However, it will invalidate whole cache keys with a body when you send a mutation request due to the inability to read and understand automatically which cached endpoint should be deleted.
You can enable the GraphQL support with the default_cache.allowed_http_verbs key to define the list of supported HTTP verbs like GET, POST, DELETE.

default_cache:
  allowed_http_verbs:
    - GET
    - POST
    - HEAD

Cache invalidation

The cache invalidation is built for CRUD requests, if you're doing a GET HTTP request, it will serve the cached response when it exists, otherwise the reverse-proxy response will be served.
If you're doing a POST, PUT, PATCH or DELETE HTTP request, the related cache GET request, and the list endpoint will be dropped.
It also supports invalidation via Souin API to invalidate the cache programmatically.

Plugins

Beego filter

To use Souin as beego filter, you can refer to the Beego filter integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to define a new beego router and tell to the instance to use the Handle method like below:

import (
	"net/http"

	httpcache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/beego"
)

func main(){

    // ...
	web.InsertFilterChain("/*", httpcache.NewHTTPCacheFilter())
    // ...

}

Caddy module

To use Souin as caddy module, you can refer to the Caddy module integration folder to discover how to configure it.
The related Caddyfile can be found here.
Then you just have to run the following command:

xcaddy build --with github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/caddy

There is the fully configuration below

{
    log {
        level debug
    }
    cache {
        allowed_http_verbs GET POST PATCH
        api {
            basepath /some-basepath
            prometheus {
                security
            }
            souin {
                security
            }
        }
        badger {
            path the_path_to_a_file.json
        }
        cache_name Souin
        cache_keys {
            .*\.something {
                disable_body
                disable_host
                disable_method
                disable_query
                disable_scheme
                headers X-Token Authorization
                hide
                hash
            }
        }
        cdn {
            api_key XXXX
            dynamic
            email darkweak@protonmail.com
            hostname domain.com
            network your_network
            provider fastly
            strategy soft
            service_id 123456_id
            zone_id anywhere_zone
        }
        key {
            disable_body
            disable_host
            disable_method
            disable_query
            disable_scheme
            hash
            hide
            headers Content-Type Authorization
        }
        log_level debug
        etcd {
            configuration {
                # Your Etcd configuration here
            }
        }
        olric {
            url url_to_your_cluster:3320
            path the_path_to_a_file.yaml
            configuration {
                # Your Olric configuration here
            }
        }
        regex {
            exclude /test2.*
        }
        stale 200s
        timeout {
          backend 20s
          cache 5ms
        }
        ttl 1000s
        default_cache_control no-store
    }
}

:4443
respond "Hello World!"

@match path /test1*
@match2 path /test2*
@matchdefault path /default
@souin-api path /souin-api*

cache @match {
    ttl 5s
    badger {
        path /tmp/badger/first-match
        configuration {
            # Required value
            ValueDir <string>

            # Optional
            SyncWrites <bool>
            NumVersionsToKeep <int>
            ReadOnly <bool>
            Compression <int>
            InMemory <bool>
            MetricsEnabled <bool>
            MemTableSize <int>
            BaseTableSize <int>
            BaseLevelSize <int>
            LevelSizeMultiplier <int>
            TableSizeMultiplier <int>
            MaxLevels <int>
            VLogPercentile <float>
            ValueThreshold <int>
            NumMemtables <int>
            BlockSize <int>
            BloomFalsePositive <float>
            BlockCacheSize <int>
            IndexCacheSize <int>
            NumLevelZeroTables <int>
            NumLevelZeroTablesStall <int>
            ValueLogFileSize <int>
            ValueLogMaxEntries <int>
            NumCompactors <int>
            CompactL0OnClose <bool>
            LmaxCompaction <bool>
            ZSTDCompressionLevel <int>
            VerifyValueChecksum <bool>
            EncryptionKey <string>
            EncryptionKey <Duration>
            BypassLockGuard <bool>
            ChecksumVerificationMode <int>
            DetectConflicts <bool>
            NamespaceOffset <int>
        }
    }
}

cache @match2 {
    ttl 50s
    badger {
        path /tmp/badger/second-match
        configuration {
            ValueDir match2
            ValueLogFileSize 16777216
            MemTableSize 4194304
            ValueThreshold 524288
            BypassLockGuard true
        }
    }
    default_cache_control "public, max-age=86400"
}

cache @matchdefault {
    ttl 5s
    badger {
        path /tmp/badger/default-match
        configuration {
            ValueDir default
            ValueLogFileSize 16777216
            MemTableSize 4194304
            ValueThreshold 524288
            BypassLockGuard true
        }
    }
}

route /no-method-and-domain.css {
    cache {
        cache_keys {
            .*\.css {
                disable_host
                disable_method
            }
        }
    }
    respond "Hello without storing method and domain cache key"
}

cache @souin-api {}

Chi middleware

To use Souin as chi middleware, you can refer to the Chi middleware integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to define a new chi router and tell to the instance to use the Handle method like below:

import (
	"net/http"

	cache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/chi"
	"github.com/go-chi/chi/v5"
)

func main(){

    // ...
	router := chi.NewRouter()
	httpcache := cache.NewHTTPCache(cache.DevDefaultConfiguration)
	router.Use(httpcache.Handle)
	router.Get("/*", defaultHandler)
    // ...

}

Dotweb middleware

To use Souin as dotweb middleware, you can refer to the Dotweb plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to define a new dotweb router and tell to the instance to use the process method like below:

import (
	cache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/dotweb"
	"github.com/go-dotweb/dotweb/v5"
)

func main(){

    // ...
	httpcache := cache.NewHTTPCache(cache.DevDefaultConfiguration)
	app.HttpServer.GET("/:p", func(ctx dotweb.Context) error {
		return ctx.WriteString("Hello, World 👋!")
	}).Use(httpcache)
    // ...

}

Echo middleware

To use Souin as echo middleware, you can refer to the Echo plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to define a new echo router and tell to the instance to use the process method like below:

import (
	"net/http"

	souin_echo "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/echo"
	"github.com/labstack/echo/v4"
)

func main(){

    // ...
	e := echo.New()
	s := souin_echo.New(souin_echo.DefaultConfiguration)
	e.Use(s.Process)
    // ...

}

Fiber middleware

To use Souin as fiber middleware, you can refer to the Fiber plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to define a new fiber router and tell to the instance to use the process method like below:

import (
	cache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/fiber"
	"github.com/gofiber/fiber/v2"
)

func main(){

    // ...
	httpcache := cache.NewHTTPCache(cache.DevDefaultConfiguration)
	app.Use(httpcache.Handle)
    // ...

}

Gin middleware

To use Souin as gin middleware, you can refer to the Gin plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to define a new gin router and tell to the instance to use the process method like below:

import (
	"net/http"

	souin_gin "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/gin"
	"github.com/gin-gonic/gin"
)

func main(){

    // ...
	r := gin.New()
	s := souin_gin.New(souin_gin.DefaultConfiguration)
	r.Use(s.Process())
    // ...

}

Go-zero middleware

To use Souin as go-zero middleware, you can refer to the Go-zero plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to give a Condfiguration object to the NewHTTPCache method to get a new HTTP cache instance and use the Handle method as a GlobalMiddleware:

import (
	"net/http"

	cache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/go-zero"
)

func main(){

    // ...
	httpcache := cache.NewHTTPCache(cache.DevDefaultConfiguration)
	server.Use(httpcache.Handle)
    // ...

}

Goa middleware

To use Souin as goa middleware, you can refer to the Goa plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to start Goa, define a new goa router and tell to the router instance to use the Handle method as GlobalMiddleware like below:

import (
	"net/http"

	httpcache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/goa"
	goahttp "goa.design/goa/v3/http"
)

func main(){

    // ...
	g := goahttp.NewMuxer()
	g.Use(httpcache.NewHTTPCache(httpcache.DevDefaultConfiguration))
    // ...

}

Goyave middleware

To use Souin as goyave middleware, you can refer to the Goyave plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to start Goyave, define a new goyave router and tell to the router instance to use the Handle method as GlobalMiddleware like below:

import (
	"net/http"

	cache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/goyave"
	"goyave.dev/goyave/v4"
)

func main() {
	// ...
	goyave.Start(func(r *goyave.Router) {
		r.GlobalMiddleware(cache.NewHTTPCache(cache.DevDefaultConfiguration).Handle)
		// ...
	})
}

Hertz middleware

To use Souin as hertz middleware, you can refer to the Hertz middleware integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to use the NewHTTPCache method like below:

import (
	"context"
	"net/http"

	// ...
	httpcache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/hertz"
)

func main() {
	// ...
	h.Use(httpcache.NewHTTPCache(httpcache.DevDefaultConfiguration))
	// ...
}

Kratos filter

To use Souin as Kratos filter, you can refer to the Kratos plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to start the Kratos HTTP server with the Souin filter like below:

import (
	httpcache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/kratos"
	kratos_http "github.com/go-kratos/kratos/v2/transport/http"
)

func main() {
	kratos_http.NewServer(
		kratos_http.Filter(
			httpcache.NewHTTPCacheFilter(httpcache.DevDefaultConfiguration),
		),
	)
}

You can also use the configuration file to configuration the HTTP cache. Refer to the code block below:

server: #...
data: #...
# HTTP cache part
httpcache:
  api:
    souin: {}
  default_cache:
    regex:
      exclude: /excluded
    ttl: 5s
  log_level: debug

After that you have to edit your server instanciation to use the HTTP cache configuration parser

import (
	httpcache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/kratos"
	kratos_http "github.com/go-kratos/kratos/v2/transport/http"
)

func main() {
  c := config.New(
		config.WithSource(file.NewSource("examples/configuration.yml")),
		config.WithDecoder(func(kv *config.KeyValue, v map[string]interface{}) error {
			return yaml.Unmarshal(kv.Value, v)
		}),
	)
	if err := c.Load(); err != nil {
		panic(err)
	}

	server := kratos_http.NewServer(
		kratos_http.Filter(
			httpcache.NewHTTPCacheFilter(httpcache.ParseConfiguration(c)),
		),
	)
  // ...
}

Roadrunner middleware

To use Souin as Roadrunner middleware, you can refer to the Roadrunner plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
Ysou have to build your rr binary with the souin dependency.

[velox]
build_args = ['-trimpath', '-ldflags', '-s -X github.com/roadrunner-server/roadrunner/v2/internal/meta.version=${VERSION} -X github.com/roadrunner-server/roadrunner/v2/internal/meta.buildTime=${TIME}']

[roadrunner]
ref = "master"

[github]
    [github.token]
    token = "GH_TOKEN"

    [github.plugins]
    logger = { ref = "master", owner = "roadrunner-server", repository = "logger" }
    cache = { ref = "master", owner = "darkweak", repository = "souin", folder = "/plugins/roadrunner" }
	# others ...

[log]
level = "debug"
mode = "development"

After that, you'll be able to set each Souin configuration key under the http.cache key.

# .rr.yaml
http:
  # Other http sub keys
  cache:
    api:
      basepath: /httpcache_api
      prometheus:
        basepath: /anything-for-prometheus-metrics
      souin: {}
    default_cache:
      allowed_http_verbs:
        - GET
        - POST
        - HEAD
      cdn:
        api_key: XXXX
        dynamic: true
        hostname: XXXX
        network: XXXX
        provider: fastly
        strategy: soft
      regex:
        exclude: '/excluded'
      timeout:
        backend: 5s
        cache: 1ms
      ttl: 5s
      stale: 10s
    log_level: debug
    ykeys:
      The_First_Test:
        headers:
          Content-Type: '.+'
      The_Second_Test:
        url: 'the/second/.+'
    surrogate_keys:
      The_First_Test:
        headers:
          Content-Type: '.+'
      The_Second_Test:
        url: 'the/second/.+'
  middleware:
    - cache
    # Other middlewares

Skipper filter

To use Souin as skipper filter, you can refer to the Skipper plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to add to your Skipper instance the Souin filter like below:

package main

import (
	souin_skipper "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/skipper"
	"github.com/zalando/skipper"
	"github.com/zalando/skipper/filters"
)

func main() {
	skipper.Run(skipper.Options{
		Address:       ":9090",
		RoutesFile:    "example.yaml",
		CustomFilters: []filters.Spec{souin_skipper.NewSouinFilter()}},
	)
}

After that you will be able to declare the httpcache filter in your eskip file.

hello: Path("/hello") 
  -> httpcache(`{"api":{"basepath":"/souin-api","security":{"secret":"your_secret_key","enable":true,"users":[{"username":"user1","password":"test"}]},"souin":{"security":true,"enable":true}},"default_cache":{"regex":{"exclude":"ARegexHere"},"ttl":"10s","stale":"10s"},"log_level":"INFO"}`)
  -> "https://www.example.org"

Træfik plugin

To use Souin as Træfik plugin, you can refer to the pilot documentation and the Træfik plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You have to declare the experimental block in your traefik static configuration file. Keep in mind Træfik run their own interpreter and they often break any dependances (such as the yaml.v3 support).

# anywhere/traefik.yml
experimental:
  plugins:
    souin:
      moduleName: github.com/darkweak/souin
      version: v1.6.49

After that you can declare either the whole configuration at once in the middleware block or by service. See the examples below.

# anywhere/dynamic-configuration
http:
  routers:
    whoami:
      middlewares:
        - http-cache
      service: whoami
      rule: Host(`domain.com`)
  middlewares:
    http-cache:
      plugin:
        souin:
          api:
            prometheus: {}
            souin: {}
          default_cache:
            regex:
              exclude: '/test_exclude.*'
            ttl: 5s
            allowed_http_verbs:
              - GET
              - HEAD
              - POST
            default_cache_control: no-store
          log_level: debug
          urls:
            'domain.com/testing':
              ttl: 5s
            'mysubdomain.domain.com':
              ttl: 50s
              default_cache_control: public, max-age=86400
          ykeys:
            The_First_Test:
              headers:
                Content-Type: '.+'
            The_Second_Test:
              url: 'the/second/.+'
            The_Third_Test:
            The_Fourth_Test:
          surrogate_keys:
            The_First_Test:
              headers:
                Content-Type: '.+'
            The_Second_Test:
              url: 'the/second/.+'
            The_Third_Test:
            The_Fourth_Test:
# anywhere/docker-compose.yml
services:
#...
  whoami:
    image: traefik/whoami
    labels:
      # other labels...
      - traefik.http.routers.whoami.middlewares=http-cache
      - traefik.http.middlewares.http-cache.plugin.souin.api.souin
      - traefik.http.middlewares.http-cache.plugin.souin.default_cache.ttl=10s
      - traefik.http.middlewares.http-cache.plugin.souin.default_cache.allowed_http_verbs=GET,HEAD,POST
      - traefik.http.middlewares.http-cache.plugin.souin.log_level=debug

Tyk plugin

To use Souin as a Tyk plugin, you can refer to the Tyk plugin integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You have to define the use of Souin as post and response custom middleware. You can compile your own Souin integration using the Makefile and the docker-compose inside the tyk integration directory and place your generated souin-plugin.so file inside your middleware directory.

{
  "name":"httpbin.org",
  "api_id":"3",
  "org_id":"3",
  "use_keyless": true,
  "version_data": {
    "not_versioned": true,
    "versions": {
      "Default": {
        "name": "Default",
        "use_extended_paths": true
      }
    }
  },
  "custom_middleware": {
    "pre": [],
    "post": [
      {
        "name": "SouinRequestHandler",
        "path": "/opt/tyk-gateway/middleware/souin-plugin.so"
      }
    ],
    "post_key_auth": [],
    "auth_check": {
      "name": "",
      "path": "",
      "require_session": false
    },
    "response": [
      {
        "name": "SouinResponseHandler",
        "path": "/opt/tyk-gateway/middleware/souin-plugin.so"
      }
    ],
    "driver": "goplugin",
    "id_extractor": {
      "extract_from": "",
      "extract_with": "",
      "extractor_config": {}
    }
  },
  "proxy":{
    "listen_path":"/httpbin/",
    "target_url":"http://httpbin.org/",
    "strip_listen_path":true
  },
  "active":true,
  "config_data": {
    "httpcache": {
      "api": {
        "souin": {
          "enable": true
        }
      },
      "cdn": {
        "api_key": "XXXX",
        "provider": "fastly",
        "strategy": "soft"
      },
      "default_cache": {
        "ttl": "5s"
      }
    }
  }
}

Webgo middleware

To use Souin as webgo middleware, you can refer to the Webgo middleware integration folder to discover how to configure it.
You just have to define a new webgo router and tell to the instance to use the process method like below:

import (
	"net/http"

	"github.com/bnkamalesh/webgo/v6"
	cache "github.com/darkweak/souin/plugins/webgo"
)

func main(){

    // ...
	httpcache := cache.NewHTTPCache(cache.DevDefaultConfiguration)
	router.Use(httpcache.Middleware)
    // ...

}

Credits

Thanks to these users for contributing or helping this project in any way