Red Hat 3scale API Management Supported Configurations

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3scale API Management Hosted

3scale API Management Hosted with APIcast API Gateway self-managed is being tested and supported with the latest two versions of APIcast API Gateway made available as part of the latest 3scale releases. Bug fixes and Security fixes will be provided on the latest release of APIcast, and only security fixes will be provided on the previous release.

3scale APIcast API Gateway has been tested and it's supported with deployment on OpenShift or as a container with the following configuration:

Infrastructure component Version
APIcast Gateway 3.6 (3scale-amp26/apicast-gateway)*, 3.7 (3scale-amp2/apicast-gateway-rhel7)
OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 3.11, 4.1, 4.2
Red Hat Enterprise Linux + Docker 7.x (RHEL) + 1.13.1 (Docker)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux + Podman 8.x (RHEL) + 1.4.2 (Podman)

* APIcast v3.7 is required if you have APIs as a Product features enabled in your account (separation of internal Backends from customer facing Products).
 

3scale API Management Hosted has been tested with the following versions of Red Hat Single Sign-On:

Product Version
Red Hat Single Sign-On 7.3

 
3scale API Management Hosted has been tested and it's supported with the following browsers:

Browser Version
Chrome 78
Firefox 70
Internet Explorer 11*
EdgeHTML/Edge 17/43

* Compatibility with Microsoft Internet Explorer 11(IE11) is deprecated. Starting on Wednesday Jan 1st, 2020 IE11 will no longer be supported.
 

3scale API Management Hosted has been tested and it’s supported with the following payment gateways:

Payment gateway
Braintree
Stripe

 
Interactive documentation feature (ActiveDocs) of 3scale API Management Hosted supports the following API specifications:

API Specification Version
OpenAPI Specification (OAS) 1.2 (formerly known as Swagger 1.2) *
OpenAPI Specification (OAS) 2.0 (formerly known as Swagger 2.0)

* Compatibility with OpenAPI Specification 1.2 is deprecated. API specifications using this version will not be supported in future releases of 3scale.
 

3scale Toolbox has been tested and it's supported with deployment as a container with the following configuration:

Platform Toolbox version
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and 8 0.14.0 (3scale-amp2/toolbox-rhel7) *

* Note that 3scale Toolbox is not fully compatible with APIs as a Product features (separation of internal Backends from customer facing Products). This will be fixed in the next version of the Toolbox.
 

3scale API Management 2.7

3scale API Management is being tested and supported using the following configurations. As per Middleware Life Cycle policy, bug fixes and Security fixes will be provided on the current version of 3scale API Management, and only security fixes will be provided also on the previous release.

3scale API Management 2.7 is supported on the following versions of OpenShift:

OpenShift product Version
OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 3.11, 4.1, 4.2

 
3scale API Management 2.7 has been tested with the following versions of Red Hat Single Sign-On:

Product Version
Red Hat Single Sign-On 7.3

 
3scale API Management 2.7 has been tested and it's supported with the following browsers:

Browser Version
Chrome 78
Firefox 70
EdgeHTML/Edge 17/42

 
3scale API Management 2.7 has been tested and it’s supported with the following databases:

Database Version
MySQL 5.7
Redis 3.2
Oracle DB* 12.2
PostgreSQL 10.6

* In line with Oracle's recommendations, we advise using a CDB architecture. Non-CDB configurations may be unsupported in future releases.
 
3scale API Management 2.7 has been tested and it’s supported with the following payment gateways:

Payment gateway
Braintree
Stripe

 
Interactive documentation feature (ActiveDocs) of 3scale API Management 2.6 supports the following API specifications:

API Specification Version
OpenAPI Specification (OAS) 1.2 (formerly known as Swagger 1.2)*
OpenAPI Specification (OAS) 2.0 (formerly known as Swagger 2.0)

* Compatibility with OpenAPI Specification 1.2 is deprecated. API specifications using this version will not be supported in future releases of 3scale.
 

3scale APIcast API Gateway has been tested and it's supported with deployment on OpenShift or as a container with the following configuration:

Infrastructure component Version
APIcast Gateway 3.7 (3scale-amp2/apicast-gateway-rhel7)
OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 3.11, 4.1. 4.2
Red Hat Enterprise Linux + Docker 7.x (RHEL) + 1.13.1 (Docker)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux + Podman 8.x (RHEL) + 1.4.2 (Podman)

3scale API Management 2.x

APIcast 3.x for native installation

If you choose to deploy APIcast natively we will offer commercially reasonable effort to support APIcast and OpenResty, however, we not provide any assistance with installations, nor will we provide patches. In order to provide some guidance, following are the configurations which have been tested as part of the certified APIcast container deployment.

Platform APIcast version Component
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and 8 (latest update) APIcast 3.7 (3scale-amp2/apicast-gateway-rhel7) OpenResty 1.15.8.1
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (latest update) APIcast 3.6 (3scale-amp26/apicast-gateway) OpenResty 1.15.8.1
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (latest update) APIcast 3.5 (3scale-amp25/apicast-gateway) OpenResty 1.13.6.2
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (latest update) APIcast 3.4 (3scale-amp24/apicast-gateway) OpenResty 1.13.6.2
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (latest update) APIcast 3.3 (3scale-amp23/apicast-gateway) OpenResty 1.13.6.2
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (latest update) APIcast 3.2 (3scale-amp22/apicast-gateway) OpenResty 1.13.6.1
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (latest update) APIcast 3.1 (3scale-amp21/apicast-gateway) OpenResty 1.11.2.4
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (latest update) APIcast 3.0 (3scale-amp20/apicast-gateway) OpenResty 1.11.2.2

Redis, MySQL, Memcached, and Sphinx support

3scale API Management 2.x is reliant on the Redis, MySQL, Memcached, Sphinx, and PostgreSQL community versions and as such, Red Hat's support for Redis, MySQL, Memcached, Sphinx, and PostgreSQL is limited to its intended use as documented in the quickstarts and templates. We will offer a commercially reasonable effort to support Redis, MySQL, Memcached, Sphinx, and PostgreSQL, however, we may not be able to provide or influence timely patches.

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