Use linux account to get secure connection to MySQL and MariaBD without password

No need to remember your password to connect to a linux server, SSH keys provide authentication. We can have the same thing on MySQL and MariaDB. With a plugin, the database server trusts the credentials of the linux system, you only need mysql account with the same name as the linux account and the password disappears from the connection. It is ideal on a development server with multiple users and it greatly facilitates the management of accounts, even if we forget to delete the mysql account, deletion of the linux account is enough. Read the post

Use Elasticsearch with Symfony Framework and elasticsearch-php library

Elastic provides a light weight PHP library: elasticsearch-php to connect to Elasticsearch cluster. This Library is an API client with all possible options. It's light weight and lets developer chose implementation to use it. It's a very good alternative to Elastica and his abstraction layer. On this blog I'm using elasticseach-php with Twig to manage my indices and query Elasticsearch. Read the post

Apply CI / CD principles to SQL migrations with Jenkins and some bash

Writing unit or functional tests on code has almost become a standard. Having a server that automates the verification of these tests and deploys the code is the goal of many development teams. Despite this, these good practices are rarely implemented for database schema migrations. In this article, I'll show you how with a little bash and Jenkins, I test and automate my SQL migrations. Read the post

Automatically controlling dependencies security with SensioLabs security checker, Jenkins

Today, we use more and more external libraries in our projects. Though it saves us time, it is possible that we may introduce security vulnerabilities via these libraries. Controlling this is unfortunately not systematic, and particularly seldom automated. I'll show you in this post how to automate this control using SensioLabs' tool and Jenkins. Read the post

Control the number of retries of a message with x-death header in RabbitMQ

Sometimes the processing of a message causes an error. In this case, it is common to move this message to another queue to try to process it later. All this, can be automated in RabbitMQ with the DLX / DLK option and the application of a TTL. But be careful not to create an infinite loop of attempted treatment, in this article I will introduce x-death header to control the number of retries. Read the post