new design reflects our mission and the multi products company that we have become during 2015.
In 2011 we launched the first API Marketplace,
which has grown to over 15,000 APIs and 200,000 developers in the community. Since then we’ve built a lot of useful tools for ourself. Last April we decided to spin off several products and make them available to everyone. Starting with open-sourcing Mockbin
we most recently released Galileo
for API Analytics. Late last year we acquired Gelato.io –
our family is now bigger than ever and it was the…
We’re thrilled to announce the acquisition of Gelato.io,
makers of the popular API Documentation and Developer Portal,
with an aim to expand and provide the service to everyone: from individual developers looking to document their API projects to Fortune 500 corporations requiring a secure and highly customizable on-premises solution.
When I met Nik
(and Adam) a couple of months ago, it was clear to both of us that we could do much more for the API economy together, and so we decided to partner almost immediately.
The first thing you will notice is an acceleration of feature development. We’ve already…
Starting with the name, Mashape Analytics is now Galileo
. Named after the Italian “father of modern science”, Galileo Galilei, Mashape Galileo is the father of modern API Analytics.
To keep you busy we’ve added tons of improvements:
Every step is now personalized using your current environment and account tokens, making it a breeze to start sending data. Speaking of data, instead of cluttering your environments with sample data, we now have a dedicated test environment you can pre-populate with realistic data points.
The Environment Dropdown was lacking something major, insight. Replacing the generic description…
During the weekend Kong crossed 10,000
downloads. Today Kong is 89 days old and you can find all the open issues and our roadmap in the Gtihub repo
. Thousands of instances started with Kong, the majority were located in Virginia as it’s the most popular AWS data center. Kong hit version 0.4
only last week (OAuth2.0 and Analytics plugins
) but it’s already used in mission critical production environments, from small VC backed startups to Global2000.
Kong IPs Map
The most popular Kong distribution
is Docker, followed by Debian, Centos and Ubuntu. You can try Kong on…
We’re excited to bring real-time analytics to microservices and APIs with the release of Mashape Analytics:
the first purpose-built, open analytics platform designed specifically for API-centric architectures.
Developers, DevOps and Product Managers can now easily understand which APIs are used most frequently, from what endpoints and by which paying customers. With this vital insight they’re better prepared to manage their applications. The Platform is divided in two main sections:
Based on the incredible feedback we received from our community, we’re proud to offer a feature rich analytics platform. Built internally to analyze…
Last month Mashape launched Kong
to provide the world with a free and open source API and Microservice management platform. We would like to share some general stats to the community since it’s a project that belongs to everyone.
The community response has exceeded our expectations; in fact, we’ve also noticed how much work we still have to do
to provide even more functionality to the API and Microservice ecosystem.
– First 30 Days –
Github stars: 1,459
(so far the most popular OSS API & Microservice management solution)
Github forks: 78
Gitter Chat: 82 members
Emailing List: 320
Mashape is excited to introduce Kong
, the API industry’s first open source platform for managing microservices and APIs. Using NGINX as its proxy server, Kong enables developers to create plugins for authentication, rate limiting, transformations, and many other common utilities to expedite the creation of next-generation software such as the latest in mobile, IoT, and Web.
Over the past several years Mashape developed the underlying technology for Kong, which powers the world’s largest API marketplace. The 140,000 active developers in our community have experienced Kong first hand. We’re proud of what we’ve started, but it’s time to…
We have made it easier to consume multiple APIs in one unified experience through Applications for API Consumers.
are basically a container where you group all the APIs you’re consuming to get a quick overview, and control them all.
With “Applications”, you can:
Manage And Monitor All Your Consumed APIs From A Simple Dashboard
Track Volume, Latency or Error Rates In A Snap
Issue, And Re-Generate API Keys
Move From Testing To Production Environments
Group all the APIs you’re consuming in one application to get a quick overview, and control them all.…
More pictures and videos to come!…
Everyone is building APIs these days. Most new apps/services have some kind of API, and almost every app uses at least one API. I was hacking on a project a couple of years back, and I remember one of the developers on the project mentioning that we should have an API. At that time, I thought he was crazy. We have not even launched the product, why would anyone want to use our API, let alone our App? Our app eventually failed, mostly the fault of ourselves. We out grew it, moved on to bigger and better ventures, but looking…