Introduces the main issues involved in API Gateway administration.
Administer API Gateway
Discover the most important factors to look at when architecting an API Gateway deployment.
managedomain command to configure a managed API Gateway.
Use the topology view in API Gateway Manager to manage an existing API Gateway domain.
Recommended architecture for an API Gateway HA production environment.
managedomain to configure ANM high availability.
API Gateway operations, including starting and stopping, zero-downtime shutdown, and backup and disaster recovery.
Grant the required privileges to API Gateway processes running as non-root to listen on privileged ports.
Encrypt API Gateway configuration data using an encryption passphrase.
Import CA certificates, and import and create server certificates and private keys in the certificate store.
Redact sensitive content message content types such as HTTP headers, JSON, XML, HTML form, and plain text.
Display an advisory warning message about unauthorized use of API Gateway when establishing a successful user session from Policy Studio or API Gateway Manager.
Enable API firewalling on an API Gateway interface in Policy Studio, and monitor API firewalling in API Gateway Manager.
Run an API Gateway instance or a Policy Studio client in FIPS mode.
Use Policy Studio or API Gateway Manager to deploy API Gateway configuration, and perform a zero downtime policy deployment in a multi-node API Gateway environment with a load balancer.
Monitor services in API Gateway Manager, and configure an API Gateway and Node Manager to store metrics on historic traffic.
Learn about the different types of logs and events that are displayed in API Gateway Manager, and how to configure them.
Consolidate transaction event data, traces, and system metrics stored by API Gateway, and visualize and analyze them in external observability systems.
Configure and view diagnostic trace and debugging information about API Gateway runtime execution.
Optimize API Gateway performance using various configuration options.
API Gateway users provide access to the messages and services protected by API Gateway, while admin users provide access to the API Gateway configuration management features available in Policy Studio, Configuration Studio, and API Gateway Manager.
Restrict system access to authorized users based on their assigned roles.
Use LDAP to authenticate and perform Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) of API Gateway management services, and reconfigure API Gateway to use a Microsoft Active Directory LDAP repository.
Use LDAP to authenticate and perform Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) of API Gateway management services, and reconfigure API Gateway to use OpenLDAP as the LDAP repository and Apache Directory Studio as an LDAP browser.
The Messaging view in API Gateway Manager enables you to manage the Apache ActiveMQ messaging broker that is embedded in the API Gateway instance.
Configure a DNS service with wildcards for virtual hosting. This is a prerequisite for configuring the API Gateway or API Manager for virtual hosts.
Access help and documentation for API Gateway, find your installed version (including any installed service pack and patches), and what other information you need when contacting Axway Support.
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