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Add custom certificates to the truststore of Mobile Foundation Server

Currently we have a big customer using Mobile Foundation and Kubernetes. And the default CA of Kubernetes Ingress is signed by Let's Encrypt, which is not included in IBM JRE, which is the supported JRE for Mobile Foundation Server in IBM Cloud.

Our customer is securing their services in Kubernetes with TLS mutual authentication, and being the CA Let's Encrypt is not possible to call those services from Mobile First Server, and that is because is not possible to add custom certificates to the Mobile Foundation Server.

We need that option enable, I think the best way is to enable adding pem files that should be added to the cacerts of the IBM JRE runtime.

  • Guest
  • Jan 25 2018
  • Not under consideration
Idea priority High

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