This topic explains how to download and install Apigee Adapter for Envoy.
In the following steps, you will download and set up two applications on your system: the Apigee Remote Service CLI and the Apigee Remote Service for Envoy.
Download and install
- Create a base directory on your system in which to install the Remote Service CLI and
the Remote Service. For example:
- For the remaining steps, be sure you are in the
- Download the
latest release of the Apigee Remote Service CLI
$ENVOY_HOME. Be sure to grab the correct package for your operating system.
- Download the
latest release of the Apigee Remote Service for Envoy
- Create directories to hold the extracted package contents inside
- Extract the tar file contents into the new directories:
tar -xf apigee-remote-service-cli_version_platform.tar.gz -C apigee-remote-service-cli
tar -xf apigee-remote-service-envoy_version_platform.tar.gz -C apigee-remote-service-envoy
- Delete the tar files.
- When you complete these steps,
$ENVOY_HOMEcontains two directories:
ls -1 . apigee-remote-service-cli apigee-remote-service-envoy
- Create the following environment variables for the
apigee-remote-service-envoydirectories. You will use these environment variables throughout the documentation:
You are now ready to set up and use the Apigee Adapter for Envoy to proxy API calls with Apigee API management. The following example show you how to use the adapter with Apigee Edge for Public Cloud:
|Native Envoy with Apigee Edge for Public Cloud||Run the Remote Service either as a native binary or in Docker. This setup lets you use Apigee Adapter for Envoy with Apigee Edge for Public Cloud.|
|Native Envoy with Apigee Edge for Private Cloud||Run the Remote Service either as a native binary or in Docker. The setup for Private Cloud is similar to the Public Cloud setup. See the CLI reference for special provisioning command flags that you need to use for Public Cloud.|