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Overview

The mamori Application Proxy is an HTTP and BI proxy for masking and hashing JSON and XML data served by application and BI servers.

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Run traffic capture

Capture traffic from a remote system/API to identify endpoints and generate a sample JSON configuration file.

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Run standalone

Run the proxy or Qlik proxy as a standalone process.

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Run with a mamori server

Run the proxy or Qlik proxy with user and role masking rules defined in a mamori server.

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Configure connection and masking rules in a mamori server

Configure connection, user and role based masking rules in a mamori server.

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Configure reveals in a mamori server

Setup, configure and use access policies to control API endpoint unmasking/reveals.

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Deploy as a service

Deploy the proxy or Qlik proxy as a systemd service to run either standalone or with a mamori server

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Logging and monitoring

Check logs and setup proxy monitoring and InfluxDb/Grafana dashboards.

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Further information on mamori Application Proxy settings:

JSON Configuration file format

JSON configuration file format and masking functions reference.

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SSL and HTTPS

Some browsers such as Chrome (and also curl) will raise an SSL error if you attempt to use HTTPS to access the proxy. See how to resolve SSL issues.

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Determining the user identity from an HTTP request

Configure the user extraction mechanism from an HTTP request.

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