WSO2 Open Banking Key Manager clustered deployment takes high availability (HA) into consideration and is recommended for production deployment environments. The following sections provide high level information on the recommended deployment pattern available and point off to instructions on how to set up and configure the deployment.
As a first step in planning your deployment, ensure that you have the necessary system requirements and a compatible environment.
4GB: 2 GB for the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and 2 GB for the Operating System (OS)
|Disk||10 GB minimum|
For information on tested operating systems, see Tested Operating Systems and JDKs.
For information on tested DBMSs, see Tested DBMSs.
Supports Directory Services implementing the following LDAP Protocols:
For information on tested LDAPs, see Tested LDAPs.
|Java||Oracle JDK 1.8 (There’s a known issue with JDK1.8.0_151)|
For more information on tested web browsers, see Tested Web Browsers.
For more information about load balancers, see Configuring the load balancer.
Before you begin:
Ensure high availability for the respective RDBMS and Directory Services used for the deployment pattern given below.
In each production deployment, share the runtime deployment artifacts among nodes using a shared file system. In the deployment pattern defined below, this process is referred to as Artifact synchronization.
- The Runtime deployment artifacts for secondary user stores are in /repository/deployment/server/userstores/
HA clustered deployment of WSO2 Open Banking Key Manager
This deployment can be scaled from two to N number of nodes based on capacity requirements.
The load balancer should be configured to use sticky sessions
All WSO2 Open Banking Key Manager nodes should participate in a cluster. As cache updates happen, clustering is used to invalidate local caches of nodes by notifying over cluster messages.
Setting up deployment
To set up and configure a clustered deployment of WSO2 Open Banking Key Manager, see Setting Up Open Banking Key Manager Deployment.
|9766||HTTP servlet port|
|9446||HTTPS servlet port|
|4000||Ports to be opened with respect to clustering membership scheme used|