Architecture and deployment

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webhookie is a container product built with a Java Spring backend and an Angular JS frontend. It has two dependencies – a MongoDB database and an identity platform (IdP) supporting OpenID connect.

Provider applications – those that want to publish real-time data to their consumers – can use either a REST API or AMQP to integrate with webhookie.

Consumer applications – those that want to subscribe to receive the real-time data – can set up their own subscriptions to the data using the developer portal or via the webhookie API.

Deployment Options #

Here are our deployment options:

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