The key format handled by Izanami is namespaces separated by a
The recommended format is :
the rest of the key
For example you could have keys defined like this :
This king of key naming bring several advantages.
This kind of format for keys allow you to handle authorisations for different kind of client applications.
When you create a user, you can define “authorized patterns” ( more details here ).
You define a set of users with pattern
myapp:* that will only see keys starting with
myapp:, define a set of users with pattern
myapp2:* that will only see keys starting with
myapp2: and so on.
The same rules are possible for api keys.
When you query izanami, you can use pattern in order to filter only the keys you need in your application. The form of the key can help you to get only the data you need.
You can for example define keys like
And use the pattern
myapp:prod:public:* for the keys exposed to the UI.