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API management is your company’s automation taken to the next level
Manual API control is history
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API scale-up
API protection
API monitoring
As more and more clients begin to use your APIs, implementing API management automates and organizes all API handling functions, including:
API setup
The more APIs your company provides, the harder they are to manage — update, scale up, analyze traffic, fix errors
An API management platform enables you to manage all APIs as a single product in a high-performance environment supporting thousands of transactions per second
If your company is already dealing with more than a handful of APIs and you intend to scale up, we recommend that you eliminate manual control and put an end to the haphazard release and connection of new APIs

When is it time to switch to an API platform?

API Gateway
Publishing Tools
Developer Portal
Reporting & Analytics
Service Mesh

Features of API management

API platforms have a wide range of analytics features, offer test interfaces for developers, issue documentation based on API metadata, enable social cooperation between developers, generate client SDKs and provide means of monetization
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The gateway incorporates a transformation mechanism for managing and modifying requests and responses on the fly. It provides the functionality for collecting analytics data, caching, authentication support, authorization, security, auditing and regulatory compliance.

API Gateway

created for hybrid and multicloud environments, optimized for microservices and distributed architectures
Allows for easy extension via plugins to accommodate any functionality
Supports multiple operating environments
management capabilities in Docker containers or on traditional servers such as Debian and RedHat
ready-made plugins and a built-in documented kit for developing your own plugins make any functionality available
API portals and AI-based anomaly detection ensure flexibility when using high-performance environments
Ensures a reliable connection under heavy load
An API Gateway is a server that acts as an API interface, accepts API requests, implements regulatory and security policies, forwards requests to the backend service and then passes the response back to the requester.
A toolkit to jointly manage the life cycle of all APIs and:

API Studio

administrative interface for developing, publishing and coordinating all APIs
Convenient API catalog
Tools for testing API security
support of many authorization protocols and certificate management
for organizing, cataloging, indexing and presenting any public or proprietary API interfaces
for using low-code/no-code tools to design, create, integrate and deploy your APIs
API interface builder
— define APIs

— issue API documentation

— automatically create API security tests
— control API usage via access policies, testing and refining API
— deploy API interfaces in the production, staging and quality assurance environments
Monitoring API usage and load in real time: total requests, completed transactions, number of data objects returned, computation time and other internal resources consumed, amount of data transferred.

Analytics Module

centralized view of all services and runtime environments with real-time analytics
Customizable analytics reports based on any metrics
API interface performance tracking
monitoring application load time, as well as request times
viewing API metrics and action logs, configuring notification rules, enabling and viewing resource logs
Dashboard for high-level monitoring and API troubleshooting
Generating alerts directly or through a higher-level network management system (for example, if API load has become too high) and identifying API usage tendencies with transaction log analytics.
time, geographic region, programming interfaces, operations, products, subscriptions, users, requests and much more
Automatically created and fully configurable website with API documentation. It is here that API users can find your APIs, learn how to use them, request access to them and test them in action. API publishers have an easy way to contact API subscribers, as well as track, manage and update API interfaces.

Developer Portal

self-service center for developers to access API documentation, SDKs and other resources
Allows developers to publish APIs
Enables API testing
portal visitors can test the API via a built-in interactive console
includes documentation, learning aids, code samples, software development kits, as well as API subscription and key management features
using a built-in visual editor that supports drag-and-drop
Configured and styled to suit your needs
API interfaces provided as a product for external teams to use via an existing CRM or repositories.
A service mesh is a unified control plane, which is horizontally scalable over many data planes. The functions provided by the service mesh are applied to all services in the application, regardless of the language they are written in, the framework they use, who wrote them, how they were deployed or any other aspects of their development and usage.

Service Mesh

enterprise-level service mesh for multicloud and multicluster, both on Kubernetes and on virtual machines
Simplified interzone communication and automatic service detection
Over 50 monitoring and troubleshooting diagrams
ability to collect metrics, traces and logs of all L4-L7 traffic
owing to Envoy-based inbound-traffic decompression both on Kubernetes and on virtual machines, as well as built-in DNS converter for service-to-service communication
automatic connection to other services with built-in detection of services, including Ingress resources and remote CP
Instant deployment with one command
The service mesh provides unified functional features for the entire stack and does it in a way that does not require application editing.

Guaranteed results

Faster API development, release and monitoring
Ease of ensuring API security
Real-time control over scaling up
of implementing API management
The cost is calculated individually and depends on the current business processes and the digital development strategy of your company. This is discussed in a confidential consultation

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Learn about the prospects of API management

TAGES Live: The Future of API Management

Dmitriy Golubovsky
CEO & owner TAGES
Webinar leader and author
August 24, 6 p.m. Moscow Time
Co-Owner and CEO of TagesJump and Tages GC

An expert practitioner in building and implementing API-centric architectures in the hybrid stack with legacy and monolith surrounding.

Researcher of architectural solutions in the real enterprise landscape.

12 years in IT: as a systems analyst, architect, customer and contractor. Advocate of the “first architecture, then code” approach.
A webinar for owners, executives, tech leads and IT architects that highlights the trends in API development and microservices, and the features of API platforms
If you are unable to participate, your will get a recording

TAGES Live: The Future of API Management

Webinar program

What happened to the API economy during the lockdowns.

What the pitfalls of unsystematic API release and manual management are.

What API management is and which companies need it.

What comprises API management: the components and their functionality.

How API platforms increase the worth and value of a company.

What the API management trends for 2021−2022 are.

The TAGES team: experience and expertise

We provide expertise in the field of business process automation to companies across diverse industries and have extensive experience in custom development for large enterprises
We confidentially integrate into your business to offer the optimal solution based on existing API platforms and developments of our own

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