About this guide

This guide describes how to deploy API Gateway and API Manager in containers.

Who should read this guide

This guide is intended for system engineers who are responsible for deploying and operating API Gateway in containers.

Familiarity with containers is recommended.

Familiarity with API Gateway concepts and features is recommended. For more information, see the API Gateway Concepts Guide.

How to use this guide

This guide should be used in conjunction with the other guides in the API Gateway documentation set.

Before you begin deploying API Gateway in containers, review this guide thoroughly. The following is a brief description of the contents of each section:

Elastic deployment in the cloud – Provides an overview of deploying API Gateway in containers to achieve elasticity.

Get started with API Gateway in containers – Describes how existing users of API Gateway (version 7.5.3 and earlier) can get started with API Gateway in containers.

Deploy API Gateway in Docker containers – Describes the steps you must perform to deploy API Gateway in Docker containers.

Deploy API Manager or OAuth in Docker containers – Describes the steps you must perform to deploy API Gateway with API Manager or OAuth services in Docker containers.

Operate and monitor API Gateway containers – Describes how you can operate and monitor API Gateways running in a container environment.

Development and deployment with API Gateway containers – Describes how you can develop, promote, and deploy APIs and policies to API Gateways running in a container environment.

Migrate to container deployment – Describes how to migrate an API Gateway 7.6.2 classic deployment to an elastic container deployment.

Troubleshoot container deployments – Describes common problems and suggested solutions when running API Gateway in containers.

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