Today we released a scheduled update for the Apigee API Platform, which gives free open access to the same enterprise-grade API Platform used by industry leaders like Walgreens, eBay and AT&T.
This update delivers the following new features and improvements: ability to understand your API traffic by location, approve keys for apps either automatically or manually, get performance metrics by API resource, a 200% improvement in OAuth performance, and more.
Yesterday we released a scheduled update for the Apigee API Platform, which gives free open access to the same enterprise-grade API Platform used by industry leaders like Walgreens, eBay and AT&T.
We are happy to deliver the following new features and improvements: new Validate API Key policy, new permissions and user roles, new audit logging APIs, improvements to the Trace tool, improvements to the Policy Editor, improved OAuth.
Last week we updated the Apigee API Consoles with some changes that bring our tool more in line with the WADL spec. It is now possible to specify how the Console sends a parameter, either in the URL as a query parameter or in the body as a form-urlencoded parameter (see the Body Parameter Representation in the WADL Reference).
As part of this release, all WADLs that were affected by this change have been migrated to the new pattern. If you’ve been working on a WADL, we recommend that you download the latest version from the bottom of...
Today we are launching the next generation of the Apigee API Platform.
We now give free open access to the same enterprise-grade API Platform used by industry leaders like Walgreens, eBay and AT&T. And we are expanding the definition of API management with a comprehensive set of capabilities for building, managing and driving business value from APIs and the apps built on them.
The launch of the new Apigee API Platform comes at an exciting time for our company, as we experience unprecedented growth and expansion. In the past few months, we've opened new offices in London and Austin, expanded...
Apigee has been moving aggressively to help our customers embrace the “apps-everywhere” world exploding around us. To that end, I am pleased to reveal that Apigee has acquired InstaOps, an Austin, Texas-based company that has developed technology for mobile app analytics. With this acquisition, we continue to extend our platform for building not just great APIs, but also for creating great mobile apps.
Apigee is thrilled to announce the public beta of Usergrid: the easy, API-based way to build out app capabilities.
Usergrid starts with a simple REST API and OAuth layer, and adds elegant routes & resources to let you handle mainstay features for your app such as:
- User sign up & sign in
- Sign in with third-party services like Facebook
- Storage of arbitrary data: if you can write it up or serialize it in JSON, we can store it
- Social graph building & traversal, between users & objects (friendships, followships, likes, etc.)
- Storage & retrieval of activity streams, such as walls, ...