Friday, August 17, 2018

Running Gravitee API Gateway

Gravitee running

Configuring and Starting Gravitee API Managemant Gateway

First install and start the dependencies:

1) Mongo
$ mongod

2) Elastic search
$ cd elasticsearch-6.3.2/bin/
$ ./elasticsearch




Starting Gravitee API Managemant Gateway
Download and extract the project zips of graviteeio.

First, Start the API Gateway
$ cd graviteeio-full-1.18.1/graviteeio-gateway-1.18.1/bin
$ ./graviteeio

Now accessing http://localhost:8082/ should give you the message:
No context-path matches the request URI.


Configure graviteeio-gateway-1.18.1/config/gravitee.yml
By default, the gravitee data is stored in the mongo database gravitee.
You can change these default configurations.


Then, start the Managemant API.
$ cd graviteeio-full-1.18.1/graviteeio-management-api-1.18.1/bin
$ ./gravitee

Now you can access http://localhost:8083/management/apis/ which should give an empty response [ ].

By now, the gravitee database in MongoDB should have the below collections:
events, ratelimit - for the API gateway
audits, metadata, roles, views - for the Management API

More configuration details such as using an LDAP provider and configuring OAuth2 Authentication can be found from the official documentation.


Next, start the Portal.
$ cd graviteeio-full-1.18.1/graviteeio-management-ui-1.18.1

You have the choice of starting the Portal with Python3 or Node.

Let's go with Python3.
$ python3 -m http.server
Serving HTTP on 0.0.0.0 port 8000 (http://0.0.0.0:8000/) ...

Now you can access the portal from http://localhost:8000/#!/


You may further configure the portal to fit your requirements.


Configuring and Starting Gravitee Access Managemant

First, start the gateway
$ cd gravitee-am-gateway-standalone-2.0.4/bin/
$ ./gravitee

Now you should get an empty response to http://localhost:8092/
Now, run the AM Managemant API.

$ cd gravitee-am-management-api-standalone-2.0.4/bin/
$ ./gravitee

Now, accessing http://localhost:8093/management/domains/ should give you an empty response.


Finally, let's start the last component of our ecosystem.
The AM Managemant UI, which is a client-side Angular application.

The directory of the Managemant UI is at,
$ cd gravitee-am-webui-2.0.4/

You will need an HTTP server such as Apache or Nginx. Then you may configure the Management UI following the documentation.

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