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In this setup, API traffic is served by one all-in-one instance of WSO2 API Manager.

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ProsCons
  • Production support is required only for a single API Manager node (you receive 24*7 WSO2 production support).
  • Deployment is up and running within hours.
  • Can handle up to 43 million API calls a day (up to 500 API calls a second)
  • Minimum hardware/cloud infrastructure requirements (only one node).
  • Suitable for anyone new to API Management.
  • Deployment does not provide High Availability.
  • Not network friendly. Deploying on DMZ would require a Reverse Proxy.

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In this setup, API traffic is served by one active all-in-one instance of WSO2 API Manager and one passive all-in-one instance of WSO2 API Manager.

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ProsCons
  • The system is highly available.
  • Production support is required only for a single API Manager node (you receive 24*7 WSO2 production support).
  • Can handle up to 43 million API calls a day (up to 500 API calls a second).
  • Deployment is up and running within hours.
  • Not network friendly. Deploying on DMZ would require a Reverse Proxy.
  • Switch over time from active node to passive node, in case of a failover.

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In this setup, API traffic is served by two all-in-one instances of WSO2 API Manager.

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ProsCons
  • The system is highly available.
  • Production support is required for 2 API Manager nodes (you receive 24*7 WSO2 production support).
  • Can handle up to 86 million API calls a day (up to 1000 API calls a second)
  • Deployment is up and running within hours.
  • Not network friendly. Deploying on DMZ would require a Reverse Proxy.

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An all-in-one API Manager instance does not provide the deployment flexibility as that of a distributed API Manager. Therefore, deploying the API Manager to serve traffic from outside the network requires the use of a reverse proxy. The diagram below illustrates this deployment pattern.

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 For information on how to manually configure production servers, see Configuring Production Servers Manually.

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