Choreo Connect Tenant Support

Choreo Connect supports only a single tenant. It can not expose APIs of different tenants. A single deployment of Adapter, Enforcer and Router should handle only a specific tenant's API. If there are multiple tenants, the multiple deployments should handle the traffic where each tenant has a dedicated deployment.

Configure Control Plane with Choreo Connect for a Tenant

Choreo Connect determines which tenant's APIs to be exposed by the tenant domain of the admin user used to authenticate with the control plane (APIM). Choreo Connect pull all the APIs during the startup of that particular tenant where the admin user belongs to. The APIs getting deployed real time will be received by the JMS topic subscription. In order to authenticate with this AMQP endpoint super tenant credentials are required. But Choreo Connect will drop all the events that belongs to different tenants than the one configured with control plane. Hence always a single deployment of Choreo Connect will receive APIs, applications, subscriptions, throttle policies and etc of a single tenant.

# Control plane's connection details
 enabled = true
 serviceURL = "https://<apim-ip>:9443/"
 username="[email protected]"  // provide the tenant admin credentials
 environmentLabels = ["Default"]
 retryInterval = 5

   eventListeningEndpoints = ["amqp://admin:$env{cp_admin_pwd}@<apim-ip>:5672?retries='10'&connectdelay='30'"] // provide super tenant 
   reconnectInterval = 5000
   reconnectRetryCount = 60

   requestTimeOut = 30

Configure Throttling with Choreo Connect for a Tenant

Choreo Connect publishes tenant APIs traffic data to the Traffic Manager component of the API Manager. Hence it needs to configure traffic data publishing endpoints and throttle decision receiving endpoints.

In case of a tenant, still all the credentials under the configuration section [enforcer.throttling] should be super tenant.

# Throttling configurations
  # Connect with the central traffic manager
  enableGlobalEventPublishing = false
  # Enable global advanced throttling based on request header conditions
  enableHeaderConditions = false
  # Enable global advanced throttling based on request query parameter conditions
  enableQueryParamConditions = false
  # Enable global advanced throttling based on jwt claim conditions
  enableJwtClaimConditions = false
  # The message broker context factory
  jmsConnectionInitialContextFactory = "org.wso2.andes.jndi.PropertiesFileInitialContextFactory"
  # The message broker connection URL
  jmsConnectionProviderURL = "amqp://admin:$env{tm_admin_pwd}@carbon/carbon?brokerlist='tcp://apim:5672'"
  # Throttling configurations related to event publishing using a binary connection
    # Credentials required to establish connection between Traffic Manager
    username = "admin"
    password = "$env{tm_admin_pwd}"
    # Receiver URL and the authentication URL of the Traffic manager node/nodes
      receiverURLs = ["tcp://apim:9611"]
      authURLs = ["ssl://apim:9711"]