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…
, is the only biz intelligence platform focused on Analytics and Visualization of API traffic. It has over 100 features focused in solving API problems fast. One of those is called “Compare Requests”.
By selecting two rows you can easily view a line by line diff between multiple requests response status codes, headers and bodies to easily to spot changes and potential errors.
This feature is handy for debugging purposes while building and scaling your APIs.…
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…
David O’Neill, CEO of APImetrics, shares with us his insights on the importance of monitoring your API’s health.
is a set of web-based tools that make it easy to create, manage, and schedule complex API tests, even those requiring authentication.
Q: What are some examples of crucial data points that developers should track when they want to monitor the performance of their APIs?
Uptime – obviously. A lot of people have a telecommunications ‘mindset’ of “5 nines” or 99.999% uptime… whereas the reality of most web APIs is 99% or worse. Or to put that in another perspective –…