Perform a quick start installation of API Gateway on Linux.
Install API Gateway
Supported platforms and other system requirements for API Gateway, and specific requirements for API Gateway components.
Guidance on platforms, components, high availability, and connections to other products when planning your deployment.
Install API Gateway on Linux using the provided installer.
Run the API Gateway installer or the developer tools installer in unattended mode.
Install Apache Cassandra to store data for API Manager or API Gateway client registry (API key and OAuth).
Install Policy Studio, Configuration Studio, or Package and deployment tools on Windows.
The API Gateway server is the main runtime environment consisting of an API Gateway instance and a Node Manager.
The QuickStart tutorial demonstrates the main API Gateway features and tools, and lets you invoke example APIs and monitor your API Gateway.
Install an Admin Node Manager component in isolation without an API Gateway license.
Policy Studio is a graphical IDE that allows you to virtualize APIs and develop policies.
Configuration Studio is a graphical tool that allows you to configure environment-specific properties to deploy APIs and policies in non-development environments.
Prerequisites and steps for installing and starting API Manager.
Install tools to automate processes for continuous integration.
API Gateway Analytics is a server runtime and web UI that allows you to analyze API usage over extended periods of time.
Create and configure a database for monitoring in API Gateway Analytics, API Manager, and third-party tools.
Tasks to perform after installing API Gateway.
Apply service packs or patches to API Gateway components.
Acknowledgements for third-party toolkits.
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