Configuring a Single Node

This page walks you through how to manually configure and deploy WSO2 API Manager in a single standalone instance, without using a distributed or HA deployment patterns.

Single node deployment

Follow the instructions below to configure and deploy API-M using a single node:

Configure URLs that are used to expose APIs

Add this hostname when you configure environments in the <API-M_HOME>/repository/conf/deployment.toml file. Update the endpoints with your chosen hostname as shown below. In this case, let's use as the hostname:

name = "Production and Sandbox"
type = "hybrid"
display_in_api_console = true
description = "This is a hybrid gateway that handles both production and sandbox token traffic."
show_as_token_endpoint_url = true
service_url = "https://localhost:${mgt.transport.https.port}/services/"
username= "${admin.username}"
password= "${admin.password}"
ws_endpoint = "ws://"
wss_endpoint = "wss://"
http_endpoint = "${http.nio.port}"
https_endpoint = "${https.nio.port}"

Start the WSO2 API-M server

If you want to deploy WSO2 API-M using a hybrid single node deployment, where WSO2 Identity Server is used as the Key Manager while the rest of the WSO2 API-M components are all in one node, configure and start the Key Manager (e.g., configure and start WSO2 Identity Server as the Key Manager) before starting the WSO2 API-M server.

Start the WSO2 API-M servers using the standard start-up script. For more information, see Starting the server.

cd <API-M_HOME>/bin/
cd <API-M_HOME>\bin\
wso2server.bat --run