The easiest way to try Apiman is with our Docker Compose distribution.
It is also arranged in a way that is more representative of a real-world deployment; broken down into its constituent parts, with all features enabled, and using a production-grade database.
Refer to the distro’s
README.adoc for more information, it’s in the root of the zip.
You will find a list of endpoints, including devportal and a mock mail server.
It may take a short while to boot all services and for the Apiman endpoints to become available, especially if you are using a system with virtualised container support (e.g. Windows).
Don’t forget to look at
.env for a variety of useful settings.