This Apache Druid module contains a simple implementation of SSLContext that will be injected to be used with HttpClient that Druid processes use internally to communicate with each other. To learn more about Java's SSL support, please refer to this guide.
|SSL protocol to use.||no|
|The type of the key store where trusted root certificates are stored.||no|
|The file path or URL of the TLS/SSL Key store where trusted root certificates are stored.||none||yes|
|Algorithm to be used by TrustManager to validate certificate chains||no|
|The Password Provider or String password for the Trust Store.||none||yes|
The following table contains optional parameters for supporting client certificate authentication:
|The file path or URL of the TLS/SSL Key store containing the client certificate that Druid will use when communicating with other Druid services. If this is null, the other properties in this table are ignored.||none||yes|
|The type of the key store.||none||yes|
|Alias of TLS client certificate in the keystore.||none||yes|
|The Password Provider or String password for the Key Store.||none||no|
|Algorithm to use for creating KeyManager, more details here.||no|
|The Password Provider or String password for the Key Manager.||none||no|
|Validate the hostname of the server. This should not be disabled unless you are using custom TLS certificate checks and know that standard hostname validation is not needed.||true||no|
This document lists all the possible values for the above mentioned configs among others provided by Java implementation.