The one server setup for API Fortress on-premise is a quick way to get things started in a protected environment. While not ideal for availability or performance, works exactly as expected and provides all the features of the cloud version.
Minimum hardware requirements
CPU: Intel based high frequency quad core processor
Memory: 16 GB RAM
HDD: 250 GB
Memory: the memory impacts significantly on the speed of queries on big data sets. 32 GB is a recommended setup
HDD: All API Fortress reports and metrics are stored. 10 million reports + 30 million metrics can require up to 20GB of disk space
OS: a recent Linux distribution
Java: Oracle JDK 1.8 series
Tomcat: 7 series
PostgreSQL: 9.5 series
MongoDB: 3.2 series
RabbitMQ: 3.5 series
PostgreSQL: relational database for structured data
MongoDB: document database for reports and metrics
RabbitMQ: message queue
Tomcat: dashboard and engine application
AFScheduler: the API Fortress scheduler
AFMailer: the API Fortress mailer
AFConnector: dynamic data dispatcher for notifications
AFDownloadAgent: the downloader agent (actually performing HTTP calls)
We assume this deployment will be able to access the services to be tested.
HTTP(80) and/or HTTPS(443) inbound traffic enabled for every location that will need access to the dashboards. Ports and services may vary based on system requirements.
For the Docker deployment to succeed and to ease further updates, the server has to be able to communicate with utils.apifortress.com