Vaulty supports the following storage backends for the storage of tokenized data:
Storage backend is set via
VAULTY_STORAGE_TYPE environment variable.
The In-Memory storage backend is used to store tokenized data in memory of the running Vaulty application. It's only useful for testing and development purposes. All data is lost when Vaulty restarts.
The In-Memory storage is used by default when no other storage is specified. It can also be set via the environment variable like this:
The Redis storage backend is used to store tokenized data in a Redis server.
The connection URL is set using the
REDIS_URL environment variable. Here is how you can configure redis storage backend:
The connection URL format:
Options passed via query params are not supported.