Make Microservices easy peasy
December 23, 2021

Make Microservices easy peasy

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Akamai API Gateway

Used for multiservice architecture to delivery ESB system for banking domain. As ESB is [a] vast Microservices system, it needs to be utilized in many ways for API exposure as well as consumption. So to make such Microservices system more synchronized and scaleable as per need to manage resource utilization and monitoring system using graphQL.
  • Graphically representation in GraphQL
  • Scaling system
  • DevOps management
  • Quota enforcement can be simplified
  • Caching mechanism for API with akamai can be improved
  • Gateway configuration can be simplified as details are not much elaborate
  • Decrease in time required for deployment and monitoring by significant amount causing less support resources needed
  • Scaling applications on month-end at high usage time has reduced TAT time for issues and no of issues occurring
  • Quota enforcement has allowed [managing] multiple systems and their needs in respective stakeholders hands and reduced infra teams involvement in [the] management of reoccurring problems
Akamai [API Gateway] helps better in terms of representation of graphQL and its consumption in monitoring system making a package for deployment speed with monitoring and scaling application with all services and utilizing most of a system without much knowledge of other aspects. Also, [a] user-friendly system helps people to handle [the] system with necessary options

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It is really helpful for managing [the] scaling of systems with need and utilizing resources when needed. Also, DevOps support for deployment plans is quite useful when deploying applications. Monitoring systems with graphQL and utilizing them in APIs is quite helpful when used in Microservices systems to identify system capabilities and user utilization of applications.

Akamai API Gateway Feature Ratings

API access control
Rate limits and usage policies
API usage data
API user onboarding
API versioning
Usage billing and payments
API monitoring and logging