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Setup Oracle API Gateway on OCI-Classic in Oracle Public Cloud by Gaurav Gupta

Juergen Kress
PaaS & Middleware Partner Adoption

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This blog provides steps to get Oracle API Gateway up and running on Oracle cloud- OCI Classic VM

We will see following steps:
1. Create compute instance on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic (OCI-classic)
2. Create Logical gateway in API management console and Assign grants to add nodes
3. Connect OCI-classic instance using SSH and copy setup files
4. Configure user, Entropy value on Linux OS
5. API Physical Gateway setup (gateway node setup)
6. Security rules changes in OCI-classic
7. Test API deployment

Pre-requisites:

1. Oracle API Platform 18.1.3+ instance provisioned
2. api-manager-user and api-runtime-user created and assigned to relevant groups in API Platform WebLogic realm
3. You have admin credentials on API management console
4. Basic knowledge of Linux & Oracle API Platform

Let’s begin. . .

1. Create compute instance on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic (OCI-classic)

In this step we will provision a compute instance (VM) with Oracle Linux and associate network, storage, OCPU. Later We will install physical gateway on this VM.
– Login to OPC, go to services->compute classic. You will see list of all compute instances. Read the complete article here.

 

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