DeployHub can deploy DataPower the same as it deploys to any Endpoint types, such as docker containers, physical servers, virtual servers, cloud servers, routers, and Gateways. A DataPower multi-channel Gateway provides access, security, and control to a range of mobile devices, web applications, and APIs.

DeployHub can be used to install, configure, and reconfigure DataPower gateways quickly and easily. Due to its agentless architecture, configuration changes to the Data Power gateway can be deployed as standard. DeployHub has built-in Actions that allow zip files to be read, converted to base-64 and embedded into an out-going SOAP message which can then be posted to the Data Power Gateway.

The following example demonstrates how DeployHub’s DMScript can be used to make changes to a DataPower installation.

Example: A custom action for a component to post a configuration change to a DataPower web appliance:

using stream $config;   // create streams

using stream $payload;

using dropzone "dp" {

   // get the XML Soap Wrapper from the repository

   checkout(repository: "sourcerep", pattern: "soma-config-import.xml");

   // checkout the configuration (ZIP file)

   checkout(repository: "sourcerep", pattern: "");

   // Convert the config zip to base 64

       read(file: "", stream: $config);

   set b64 = ${config.base64encode()};

   // place the base64 encoded zip file into the XML wrapper

   modify(file: "soma-config-import.xml", modifier: "xml") {

       set_text("/Envelope/Body/request/import/input-file", value: $b64);


   // Now send the file to the soap interface

   read(file: "soma-config-import.xml", stream: $payload);

   set res = soap($DP_TGTURL, $payload);


This is a Custom Action for a Component which represents a configuration change to be applied to the DataPower web appliance. Such changes are delivered over the appliance's SOAP API and do not involve conventional file transfers. In order to implement this, the Custom Action first checks out the XML soap body (soma-config-import.xml) and places it into the DeployHub Dropzone (a temporary area where files are placed just prior to deployment). It then does the same for the file (taking the latest version from the specified Repository). It converts this config file into a base64 encoded stream and then uses an XML modifier to add this base64 encoded data into the XML SOAP message. Finally, the modified file is read into a stream and sent to the DataPower Web UI (DP_TGTURL is the URL of the DataPower WebUI and is set as an attribute for the target Environment).

Data Power configuration changes can be tracked by creating them as a Component Versions and including them in the Application version just like any other Component (such as database changes, application code, and any Ansible infrastructure). DeployHub then knows which configuration is currently installed on each Data Power gateway and can apply and Rollback such configurations as part of the associated Application deployment.