- Our *.apigee.net certificate is expiring on Feb 23rd, 2016. We are going to be rolling out the updated certificate to our production servers starting Feb 8th, 2016.
HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU NEED TO TAKE ACTION?
Customers who use certificate pinning, certificate fingerprints or import Apigee certificates into their local trust store will need to update their configuration with the new certificate. If you are not certain whether this applies to you, please raise a support ticket with Apigee.
WHAT ACTION DO YOU NEED TO TAKE?
Customers who think they are affected should:
OPTION 1: Visit the following site: http://docs.apigee.com/api-services/content/keystores-and-truststores#updateyourtruststoreforanexpiredapigeecert
, that has the instructions and the public key of the new certificate that you can copy and apply.
OPTION 2: Contact Apigee Support via their support portal before Feb 8th, 2016 and they will receive instructions and assistance on applying the new certificate.
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DON'T TAKE ACTION?
Once the Apigee certificate expires, you will experience SSL issues related to attempting to establish SSL sessions with an expired certificate. This will likely result in some service disruption.