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Service Settings

We call service settings (or the service layer) those parameters that allow you to change how KrakenD behaves globally (and not to a specific call). The service settings determine how you start the HTTP server, enforce security parameters, or define behavioral options like which reporting activities occur.

Examples of service settings are, the listening port, disabling keep alives, enabling metrics and traces, listening https, or enabling CORS to name a few.

The service settings are written directly in the root of the configuration file or in its corresponding extra_config. For instance:

{
    "version": 3,
    "port": 8080,
    "extra_config": {}
}

Find the numerous options you have to change service settings in the rest of the documentation.

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