The service is based on Nginx, so to write the various configuration files we demand to its official documentation.
This API Gateway service does not have any environment variables.
The API Gateway service needs four configuration directories to work:
- default.d: This folder contains the four standard upstream definitions, and can be used for adding future default upstream definitions that can be used by the various clients of the platform.
- conf.d: This folder can contain every import statement that must be added to the main http statement, this can include additional server statements, upstream definition, and mapping functions.
- platform.d: This folder will be imported in the frontend server statement and contains all the locations statement and header definitions.
- backoffice.d: This folder will be imported in the backend server statement and contains all the locations statement and header definitions and must proxy pass all the unhandled path to the frontend.
To know how to apply the configurations to the API Gateway check out the related section.