Dockerized version of APIcast 2.0 deploys on OpenShift for easier installation and operation in microservice environments
Today we’re happy to announce the general availability of Red Hat 3scale APIcast gateway 2.0. The APIcast gateway (NGINX-based) is open source and has served hundreds of happy customers over the last four years. Now we’ve taken it to the next level, supporting both a cloud gateway or hybrid model with an on-prem gateway. In fact, the new on-premise version introduces significant upgrades in terms of performance and flexibility. 3scale was the first in market with on-prem and now we are pleased to offer the second generation.
The API gateway, which is configured within 3scale’s Admin Portal, is part of the 3scale API Management SaaS offering. The Admin Portal allows customers to define desired authentication methods, set rate limits, get analytics on the usage of their APIs, and create a developer portal for the…
We are happy to announce the 3scale nginx-based API Gateway is now available as a Docker image on the Red Hat OpenShift PaaS solution. Customers using OpenShift can easily deploy the 3scale API Gateway with a few clicks and leverage multiple additional benefits of this PaaS. Now, any application written on OpenShift can automatically scale up based on demand and can easily be moved to another environment that supports the same languages, preventing vendor dependency and freeing customers from lock-in.
OpenShift is an open source, enterprise-class platform-as-a-service (PaaS) with community and development leadership provided by Red Hat. OpenShift allows application developers to automate hosting, configuration, deployment, and administration for whole application stacks in an elastic cloud environment that scales based on demand. Since OpenShift supports Docker containers and Kubernetes orchestration, it also supports microservices efforts. This comb…
3scale is proud to announce that we’re a member of the OpenShift Commons. OpenShift Commons is a community where users, partners, customers, and contributors come together to collaborate and work together on Red Hat OpenShift.
OpenShift is an open source, enterprise-class, cloud application platform. Community and development leadership is provided by Red Hat, and Red Hat engineers and open source community contributors collaborate to advance this state of the art Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).
This perfectly ties in with our partnership with Red Hat, where together we offer a full-stack API solution. The 3scale API Management Platform allows API providers to gain full control, security, and visibility of APIs exposed through Red Hat solutions such as
We are happy to announce that 3scale is sponsor of the Endpoint2015 conference in Amsterdam on September 4, 2015.
Endpoint2015 is by API developers, for API developers. There will be two tracks with a mix of generic and platform specific talks; the conference is designed in such a way that whether you’re a PHP, Ruby, Python, .NET or other platform developer, or whether you develop APIs for apps, websites or other clients, there’s always a session that should be of interest.
In addition to the sponsorship, we will also have a talk and demo at Endpoint2015. We will have a joint session with our partner Red Hat and demonstrate our Full Stack API Solution. Below are title and abstract of our talk:
Title: “Integrating, exposing and managing distributed data via REST…
API Management: Critical For Success In The Digital Economy
We announced earlier our partnership with Red Hat to provide a full stack API solution. To present the joint value proposition of this solution our COO Mark Cheshire and I will hold a webinar together with Red Hat on April 9th.
Please find all the details and registration here.
Here is a su…
3scale and Red Hat JBoss have joined forces to provide a full-stack API solution.
The package includes design, development, and hosting of an API using Red Hat JBoss xPaaS for Openshift solutions — combined with 3scale’s API management platform for full control, visibility, and monetization of the API.
Here is a graph that summarizes the features of the combined solution in a nutshell. It shows the whole integration chain between the enterprise backend systems, the middleware, the API management, and the API customers.