On Debian / Ubuntu
Ansible is required to run the following commands. Instructions on how install Tyk with shell is in the Shell tab.
- clone the tyk-ansible repositry
$ git clone https://github.com/TykTechnologies/tyk-ansible
cdinto the directory
$ cd tyk-ansible
- Run initalization script to initialize environment
$ sh scripts/init.sh
hosts.ymlfile to update ssh variables to your server(s). You can learn more about the hosts file here
Run ansible-playbook to install the following:
- Tyk Dashboard
- Tyk Gateway
- Tyk Pump
$ ansible-playbook playbook.yml -t tyk-pro -t redis -t mongodb
You can choose to not install Redis or MongoDB by removing the
-t redis or
-t mongodb respectively. However Redis and MongoDB are a requirment and need to be installed for the Tyk Pro to run.
Before installing the Tyk components in the order below, you need to first install Redis and MongoDB.
Install MongoDB 4.0
You should follow the online tutorial for installing MongoDb. We will be using version 4.0. As part of the Mongo installation you need to perform the following:
- Import the public key
- Create a list file
- Reload the package database
- Install the MongoDB packages
- Start MongoDB
- Check the
mongodservice is running
sudo apt-get install -y redis-server
Install Tyk Pro on Ubuntu
Installing Tyk on Ubuntu is very straightforward using our APT repositories, follow the guides and tutorials in this section to have Tyk up and running in no time.
The suggested order would be to install Tyk Dashboard, then Tyk Pump and then Tyk Gateway for a full stack.
For a production environment, we recommend that the Gateway, Dashboard and Pump are installed on separate machines. If installing multiple Gateways, you should install each on a separate machine. See Planning for Production For more details.