In a previous post I discussed an approach to handling backend redundancy using Azure API Manager (APIM). In this post I want to discuss the various options for providing a high-availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) to your services exposed by API Manager.
App Dev Manager Mike Barker walks you through how to build out API redundancy using Azure API Manager. Azure API Manager (APIM) helps organizations publish APIs to external, partner, and internal developers to unlock the potential of their data and services. API Manager provides a single point to present, manage, secure, and publish your APIs.
In this post, App Dev Manager Deepa Chandramouli explores how Azure Logic Apps and API Management can help with Enterprise Integration scenarios.
Being in the services role and helping customers in their digital transformation journey with Azure, this is a topic that comes up time and again.
In this post, Senior App Dev Manager, Sanket Bakshi spotlights Azure API Management and how it can help with usage throttling.
Azure API Management provides really good capabilities for usage throttling. This is useful in scenarios such as defending against a denial of service attack and protecting back-end services against a huge influx of requests to your API management layer.