Apigee hybrid is a platform that consists of a runtime plane, management plane, and a set of GCP services that let you manage APIs across multi-cloud environments.
The following table summarizes the various stages of release for components of Apigee hybrid:
|Platform Component||Hybrid Service||Release|
|Apigee hybrid UI||GA|
|Cassandra (runtime datastore)||1.1.x|
For more information:
The Apigee documentation refers to the following different flavors of Apigee APIs:
- Apigee APIs:
- Purpose: Configure and manage your hybrid-enabled Apigee organization
- Base URL: "apigee.googleapis.com"
- Notes: See the Apigee API documentation
- Apigee Edge APIs:
- Purpose: Configure and manage Apigee Edge (and Edge for Private Cloud)
- Base URL: “api.enterprise.apigee.com”
- Notes: Not for use with a hybrid-enabled Apigee organization
An Apigee organization is a container for all the entities in an Apigee account, including API proxies, API products, API packages, apps, and developers. This document uses the terms Apigee organization or hybrid-enabled organization interchangeably.
To install and use hybrid, you must have an Apigee organization that is bound to a Google Cloud project. You do this when you create the organization in a process known as provisioning.
An Apigee organization is not the same as a GCP organization. Where the possibility of ambiguity exists, this document should specify that the “organization” is an Apigee organization.
For additional definitions of hybrid-related terminology, see the Glossary.