Apigee Edge for Private Cloud provides infrastructure for apps, APIs, and analytics. Edge components include API Services, Developer Services, and Analytics Services.
Apigee Edge for Private Cloud provides:
- Transformation between a number of API protocols
- Additional Node.js development environment for building APIs and server-side apps
- Control over access to APIs via security schemes and quotas
- Protection mechanisms to prevent data exposure and security threats
- API versioning management
- Controlling and throttling of API traffic
- Analytics dashboards and custom reports
- A developer portal to onboard developers and apps, analytics and host API documentation
- Hybrid deployment option using Edge Microgateway
Apigee Edge for Private Cloud can be deployed in the following ways:
- Virtual or physical hardware with any number of cores
- Single or multi-data center, with active/active or active/standby configurations
Deployments require a supported OS and other packages as described in the Installation requirements.
Get started with 4.19.01 (latest version)
- Edge for Private Cloud overview
- External authentication
- Troubleshooting (PDF)
- 4.19.01 Release Notes
This section provides links to release notes and other documentation for each earlier versions of Edge for Private Cloud.
|Version||Installing||Operations & Config||Installing Portal||External Auth||Monitoring Dashboard*||Troubleshooting Guide||Release Notes|
|* Before you can install and use the Apigee Monitoring Dashboard, you
must complete the Apigee Evaluation Agreement (PDF)
and return it to Apigee by emailing it to
** The Dashboard is currently in the Beta release stage. To read about Beta releases and how they are supported, see Edge release stages.
|Versions with the deprecated icon are considered unsupported. For more information, see Apigee deprecation policy.|
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