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Overview

3scale lets small to large enterprises share, allocate & monetize their APIs via performance analytics, access control & rate limitations. This fully featured API Management Software designed to serve SMEs, Enterprises.

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3scale

Features

  • Traffic Control
  • Dashboard
  • API Design
  • Threat Protection
  • Developer Portal
  • API Lifecycle Management
  • Analytics
  • Testing Management
  • Analytics
  • Access control

Specifications

  • Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based

Training

  • Documentation

3scale Users

Available Support

  • Business Hours
  • Online

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: Red Hat

  • Headquarter:

  • Full Address:

Reviews

Supports Improved Swagger 2.0 with ActiveDocs Offering is a killer . I can manage API traffic, routing all API traffic to me and allowing me to deploy to open source gateways, cloud services or via a Content Delivery Network (CDN). I like the options exist for users of NGINX and Varnish gateways as well as through an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) in the AWS Marketplace.

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Although they have a self-service sign-up option, I would recommend reaching out to the team. They are responsive and can provide great advice on where/how to get started.

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Not the easiest platform to initial set up and mature. Expect to spend some time learning it and you’ll want to reach out and work with their customer service team to get things done right.

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“Good API Management Solution with excellent Price / Quality ratio. The product is stable with most a the features of a world class API Manager. “

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A negative aspect is that the platform 3scale is a bit difficult to set up and initially but gradually mature use the system while you’re going familiar and help you in your daily work.

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Supports Improved Swagger 2.0 with ActiveDocs Offering is a killer . I can manage API traffic, routing all API traffic to me and allowing me to deploy to open source gateways, cloud services or via a Content Delivery Network (CDN). I like the options exist for users of NGINX and Varnish gateways as well as through an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) in the AWS Marketplace.

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