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Configuring an F5 Load Balancer for Mutual TLS

In a previous post, Mutual TLS: Stuff you should know, I discussed Mutual TLS and how it enables your Connect (or eventNotification) listener to authenticate the HTTPS client (the DocuSign platform). Connect webhook listeners should always…
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Configuring NGINX for Mutual TLS

NGINX (pronounced “engine-x”) is a popular webserver with a focus on speed and performance. The server is open source, and the NGINX company provides optional paid support for commercial customers. A Disclaimer Do not rely…
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Securing Your Connect Webhook Listener

Your DocuSign Line of Business (LOB) application is ready for production. Your colleagues will send out DocuSign signature requests from within the app. Plus, your app shows the status of the signature requests and automatically…
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Mutual TLS: Stuff you should know

Anytime you use a web browser to connect to a secure site (https://something), you’re using Transport Layer Security (TLS). TLS is the successor to SSL and it’s an excellent standard with many features. TLS guarantees…
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Enabling Signers to Update Their Data

Your application is integrated with DocuSign! You’re sending out documents to be signed, either via email or you’re using embedded signing. Life’s good. Then your LOB (Line of Business) internal client attended a Momentum conference…
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API Days – Paris

I attended and spoke at the API Days conference in Paris in December. Paris was a bit cold and damp compared to where I live, but the chocolate and food were great! The conference was…
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Adding Connect Webhooks to your Application

In Part I, Webhooks: Don’t Poll Us, We’ll Call You!, I discussed the benefits and reasons for using webhooks to alert your app when its envelopes or recipients have a status update. In this post,…
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