If you want to compose your own Tyk docker stack for production, our containers have been designed to be pluggable to make it easy to use in a variety of scenarios, be it testing, staging or production.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and CentOS
Each individual Tyk Component can be installed, verified and upgraded using our dedicated repositories, and offers an easy, scriptable and well understood path to getting Tyk onto your servers.
Tyk on Ubuntu / Debian
We have our own TLS-protected APT repositories that make it easy, safe and secure to install a trusted distribution of the Tyk Gateway stack on Ubuntu or other debian-based Linux distribution.
The Tyk team maintains these repositories themselves, so you can be assured that you are installing the latest official version of Tyk and Tyk Dashboard.
Just want to try things out locally? Use Vagrant
Our vagrant tutorial will show you how to quickly get set up on Ubuntu with a local MongoDB and Redis installation, and show you how to set up your first API and make your first authenticated requests via the gateway.