Oracle API Manager Review
July 06, 2020

Oracle API Manager Review

Jatel Desai | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Oracle API Manager

Oracle API Manager is used by my department. It helps with our team's backend problems. When endpoints change in external APIs, this tool helps in modifying our system and testing. We use the developer tool to create proxy services that are later published as APIs. Service Bus also works nicely with this tool.
  • This tool helps create APIs that are efficient.
  • This tool makes testing endpoints simple.
  • This tool is excellent for beginners in backend technology.
  • Oracle API Manager has worked great for our department so far. One suggesting would be to add a tool to include testing of multiple APIs linearly.
  • Our team is able to resolve API connectivity issues quickly
  • Our team can communicate and leave notes to each other in the software.
  • It saves employees time that can be used for other resources.
Oracle API Manager works well for our team since a majority of the products we use are Oracle based. Our backend jobs and servers all run with PL/SQL and Oracle databases. This makes the Oracle API Manager tool the best suited for our needs as a department. Anypoint API Manager may be more suited for teams with a Salesforce based infrastructure.

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Oracle API Manager is well suited for small teams with systems that are changing. When using external APIs, our team must quickly modify our backend jobs and APIs to communicate with external parties. Oracle API Manager is an excellent tool for that. When developing a system does not require too much maintenance, this tool may not be needed.

Oracle API Manager 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