The Apiary is delivered as an executable web application in .RUN format. The Platform supports such Linux platforms as Ubuntu and Debian.
Connection to web application is carried out via any latest browser.
The following are the estimated system requirements:
|Description||Minimal Requirements||Recommended Requirements|
|RAM||8 GiB||13 GiB|
|CPU||2 cores||3 cores|
|Disk speed||50 IOPS||100 IOPS|
|Disk size||65 GiB||90 GiB|
Before installation, prepare a virtual machine or server with one of the supported operating systems:
cifs-utils to mount remote directories using
cifs (smb) protocol:
sudo yum install cifs-utils
Copy the installation file
install_hw_fh_en-US_<version>.run to the server using any SSH file transfer client;
scp install_hw_fh_en-US_<version>.run </server/path>
Execute the following command to grant all the necessary permissions to the installation file:
chmod +x ./install_hw_fh_en-US_<version>.run
To start installation run command:
After installation, you will get the following message:
hexway Apiary ready to use. UI accessible on http://<ip-server> or https://<ip-server> Login as '<username>' password: '<password>'
/opt/hw-fh/config/user.ini (root privileges required).
Add lines to the
rmq.client.port = 5672 // rabbitmq port rmq.client.host = <my-apiary.example.com> // DNS name or IP address of the machine you install Apiary to.
To apply the configuration changes run the following command (root privileges required):
Open Platform in the browser by the address
The password of the administrator is generated during the installation. You can view the default password of the administrator using the command:
Default passwords are saved to the file