How do I access the api generated by hyperledger composer publicly?

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I have installed all the prerequisite needed for the development of hyper-ledger-fabric and hyper-ledger-composer i have successfully deployed the business-network IE .bna file on the fabric and i have also generated the rest-API for the composer but composer is running REST-API on local-host and i just want to access it through any machine or i say i want to deploy my API so what should i do ?? should i use IBM blue mix or AWS?? and what the way to deploy it please "A detailed answer will be highly helpful" THANKS..
Jul 3, 2018 in Blockchain by Shashank
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see the link below about deploying a Composer REST server for a deployed business network, and how to configure it so that it can connect to the running Fabric environment. There's also an example at the bottom showing how you can use Docker to create a persistent (and secured) REST server using Docker. No reason why you can't run your REST server / Fabric in the cloud.

answered Jul 3, 2018 by ariaholic
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IBM Bluemix is a platform that provides a blockchain service. So if you want a simple solution, you can use it. Other than this, you can deploy a composer REST server. Check out the following link to see how to create a persistent REST server and how to configure it.

https://hyperledger.github.io/composer/integrating/deploying-the-rest-server.html
answered Jul 5, 2018 by slayer
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