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SLA4OAI (SLA for Open API Initiative) Library

SLA4OAI is an open source library for applying SLA in your node application.

SLA4OAI is Express-compatible SLA Checking and Monitoring middleware for Node.js.

SLA4OAI is based on SLA for Open API Initiative Specification. And follows the Basic SLA Management Service proposal.

Install

$ npm install sla4oai-tools --save

Basic Usage

You can simply use the library by registering it with the Express app with your plans file as local:

var sla4oaiTools = require('sla4oai-tools'); //import
var slaManager = new sla4oaiTools(); //create a instance of slaManager
var app = express();

var configObj = {
    sla4oai: __dirname + "/petstore-plans.yaml"
};

slaManager.initialize(app, configObj, function(slaManager, error){
    //any callback actions
    if(!error){
        app.listen(9000);
    }else{
        console.log(error.toString());
    }
});

API Reference

1. SlaManager

initialize

Initialize all library components as express middlewares. Called once when the server getting up.

Parameters:

Name Type Description
app Express Required - The express app.
configObj ConfigurationObject Required - The configuration details for each components.
callback Function Required - The callback function to be execute, it will recive two parameters: slaManager for post-configuration and error if it exists.

ConfigurationObject:

Name Type Description
sla4oai string Required The URL or file path to the sla4oai document
sla4oaiUI Sla4oaiUIObject Optional Object which contains the Sla4oaiUI component configuration
supervisorConnection ConnectionObject Optional The connection details for Supervisor and ScopeResolver. By default it get the connection from Sla4oai document
monitorConnection ConnectionObject Optional The connection details for Monitor component. By default it get the connection from Sla4oai document

ConnectionObject:

Name Type Description
url string Host url.

Sla4oaiUIOptions:

Name Type Description
path string Optional Middleware will be allocated on this path. By default /plans.
portalSuccessRedirect string Optional URL where UI will redirect when result is successful. /docs by default.
portalURL string Optional In case you have a own portal that is served in other server, URL where portal is served.

Example:

var sla4oaiTools = require('sla4oai-tools'); //import
var slaManager = new sla4oaiTools(); //create a instance of slaManager
var app = express();

var configObj = {
    sla4oai: __dirname + "/petstore-plans.yaml",
    sla4oaiUI: {
        path: "/plans",
        portalSuccessRedirect: "/pets",
        portalUrl: null
    },
    supervisorConnection: {
        url: 'http://supervisor.oai.governify.io/api/v2'
    },
    monitorConnection: {
        url: 'http://monitor.oai.governify.io/api/v1'
    }
}

slaManager.initialize(app, configObj, function(slaManager, error){
    //any callback actions
    if(!error){
        app.listen(9000);
    }else{
        console.log(error.toString());
    }
});

2. Scope Resolver

configure

Use this method to set the configuration parameters of the Scope Resolver.

Configuration parameters:

Name Type Description
notCheckByDefault boolean Decides if it uses a list of default paths that don't need checking. By default true and ["/docs", "/api-docs"]
defaultOAuthProvider string The default provider when oauthprovider is missing in the request header.
config <provider, OAuthConfigObject> OAuth provider configurations.

OAuthConfigObject:

Name Type Description
clientId string The provider application id.
clientSecret string The provider application secret.
callbackURL string The callback registered in the provider application.

Example:

var options = {
	defaultOAuthProvider: 'google',
    config: {
        google: {
	        clientId: '6076-d1m.apps.googleusercontent.com',
            clientSecret: '1lWx9DDDaPo9kxF4yu6t_loJ',
            callbackURL: 'https://app.myservice.com/google/callback'
        }
    }
};
slaManager.scopeResolver.configure(options);

getAccountName

Use this method to get the account name from the OAuth provider by the specified token.

Example:

slaManager.scopeResolver.getAccountName(oauthProvider, token, function (err, accountName) {
    // get accountName
});

getAccountScope

Using this method to get the scope object from the supervisor by the specifying the apikey or the account name.

Example:

slaManager.scopeResolver.getAccountScope('apikey', 'NbfiS7wjwjwb=', function (err, result) {
	// get result.scope
});
//or
slaManager.scopeResolver.getAccountScope('account', 'john@tenant.com', function (err, result) {
	// get result.scope
});

OAuth Providers

Using the powerful PassportJS framework and family of plugins SLA4OAI can be configured to support the following providers:

3. Bouncer

configure

Use this method to set the configuration parameters of the Bouncer.

Configuration parameters:

Name Type Description
environment string The deploying environment (devel, qa, or production).
notCheckByDefault boolean Decides if it uses a list of default paths that don't need checking. By default true and ["/docs", "/api-docs"]
Example:
var options = {
	environment: 'qa'
};
slaManager.bouncer.configure(options);

needChecking

By default, all incoming requests are verified by SLA Check, but you can customize this behaviour and specify which requests need checking in both bouncer and scopeResolver components.

Example:

slaManager.bouncer.needChecking = function(req) {
    if (req.originalUrl.startsWith('/api/')) {
        return true;
    }
    return false;
}

slaManager.scopeResolver.needChecking = function(req) {
     if (req.originalUrl.startsWith('/api/')) {
        return true;
    }
    return false;
}

decline

By default, bouncer declines all not accepted requested with status code 403 and the body that comes from the Supervisor. But you can customize the decline response message.

Example:

slaManager.bouncer.decline = function(req, res, next, supervisorPayload) {
    if(supervisorPayload.reason === 'Too many requests') {
        res.status(429).json(supervisorPayload.reason).end();
    }
    else {
        res.status(403).json(supervisorPayload).end();
    }
}

resolveMetrics

In order to resolve the required metrics for the check API, you need to define resolveMetrics function and return all metrics in single object.

Example:

slaManager.bouncer.resolveMetrics = function (requestedMetrics, req) {
    return {
        nameLegth: 12
    };
};

3. Reporter

configure

Use this method to set the configuration parameters of the Reporter.

Configuration parameters:

Name Type Description
autoReport boolean In case of true, all API calls will be reported one by one, else the developer can aggregate multiple API calls in one report (default = true).
aggregate boolean Aggregate multiple measures in one report, this aggregated measures will be frequently sended based on the aggregationPeriod (default = false). This features is disabled if the autoReport = false.
aggregationPeriod double All requests during this period will be aggregated in one report. It is calculated in milliseconds.
cluster string The cluster that process this API.
environment string The deploying environment (devel, qa, or production).

Example:

var options = {
	autoReport: true,
	aggregate: true,
	aggregationPeriod: 100,
	cluster: 'cl1.acme.com',
    environment: 'qa'
};

slaManager.reporter.configure(options);

reportMetrics

In case of autoReport=false, the developer will have the responsibility to call this method to report the aggregated metrics.

Example:

slaManager.reporter.reportMetrics();

setMetric

At any stage of the API logic, the developer can set a custom metric by simply passing its name and value.

Example:

slaManager.reporter.setMetric(req, 'animalTypes', records.length);

preCalculateMetrics

This method enables the developer to set the metrics that need to be calculated before the API logic.

Example:

slaManager.reporter.preCalculateMetrics = function(requestedMetrics, req, next) {
    req.sla.metrics['x-origin'] = req.headers['origin'];
    next();
};

postCalculateMetrics

This method enables the developer to set the metrics that need to be calculated after the API logic.

Example:

slaManager.reporter.postCalculateMetrics = function(requestedMetrics, req, res, next) {
    req.sla.metrics['x-animalType'] = getAnimalTypes(res.Body);
    next();
};

Predefined metrics

  • responseTime: The API processing time.
  • requestBody: The body of the request.
  • responseHeaders: The headers of the request.
  • responseBody: The body of the response.
  • userAgent: Some information about the browser and operating system of the API consumer.

4. Sla4oaiUI

This component makes UI where plans.yaml document is represented on an user interface way.

Example

var configObj = {
    sla4oai: __dirname + "/petstore-plans.yaml",
    sla4oaiUI: {
        portalSuccessRedirect: "/pets"
    }
}


slaManager.initialize(app, configObj, function(slaManager, error){
    //any callback actions
    if(!error){
        app.listen(9000);
    }else{
        console.log(error.toString());
    }
});

5. Winston

SLA4OAI uses Winston to log all SLA connection activities. You can customize the Winston logging behaviour by accessing slaManager.winston object.

Example: In the following example we change the logging from the Console to the file system:

slaManager.winston.add(slaManager.winston.transports.File, { filename: 'somefile.log' });
slaManager.winston.remove(slaManager.winston.transports.Console);
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