Your system must meet these prerequisites before you can install API Portal.
Install or upgrade API Portal
The API Portal installation script does not install specific dependencies (such as Apache HTTP server and PHP) that are required by API Portal, so you must install these dependencies yourself before you install API Portal.
Configure your MySQL or MariaDB database server before you install API Portal.
Install or uninstall API Portal on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or CentOS.
Configure Elasticsearch to improve API and Applications management performance.
Configure a Redis cache to improve the performance of your API catalog.
Connect API Portal to API Manager to leverage the user registry and API Catalog stored and managed in API Manager.
Configure API Portal and API Manager Mutual TLS authentication to increase the level of security of your API Portal.
Secure and harden your API Portal environment after installation.
Perform additional configuration after API Portal installation.
Install or uninstall API Portal in unattended mode.
Upgrade your existing API Portal to 7.7.
Apply a service pack or patch to API Portal.
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