CoffeeNet Config Server
The CoffeeNet Config Server is based on
that is wrapped around with the CoffeeNet infrastructure like
logging and discovery.
Please take a look at https://cloud.spring.io/spring-cloud-config/spring-cloud-config.html
If the authorization server will sign the JWT with his private key this application needs the public key to verify the signature.
config-server: keystore: enabled: false public-key: 'file:coffeenet-public.cert'
You can also lay it on the classpath (classpath:) or use a relative path.
Just start the config server with maven:
./mvnw clean spring-boot:run