Assign only those permissions which are required to get the job done. Also utilise infrastructure as a code (IaC) tool like Terraform to track changes in your infrastructure to prevent unwanted human error and if it happens track down easily.
Micro services is a fun in itself. Here are tips when to use messaging over direct HTTP communication. When to use HTTP: Need to message service directly Requires a confirmation about success or
I have been using Nest with MySQL. As ORM I used TypeORM for every project. Definitely I've hit some road blocks on TypeORM and MySQL. I think TypeORM is the best choice for
If you've coming from Laravel, you're probably used to simple validation rules that ease developers life with confirmed rule. On NestJs there is no such rules. On top of that to make NesJs
I recenly started gettting 504 from Laravel app using valet had some issues while debugging it. Basically it boils down to NGINX. Add these values to your proxy_connect_timeout 600; proxy_send_