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Episode 141: API Management with Vladimir Vinogradsky

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In this episode Haishi Bai is joined by Vladimir Vinogradsky, Senior Program Manager working on API Management at Microsoft.  API Management is a new offering from Azure that enables you to quickly expose backend services and APIs for consumption by developers in a controlled and reliable manner.  By using API Management, you're able to speed on-boarding, protect access and enforce quotas, manage API life-cycle, and much more.  Vlad walks through creating a new API Management account and the different areas of the API Management portal.  He'll also demonstrate how to set up different policies including caching, CORS, data transforms, and more.

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  • This is great and nice. Kudos

  • How do you prevent someone from accessing the underlying API directly?

  • @mogutman:I'm guessing that is something you need to implement yourself. You could check where the call is coming from. Maybe the proxy sends an extra header you can check. Also the URL of your API will probably not be out in the open. 

  • I really like this, but what's more interesting than just aggregating REST-services is how do you aggregate old SOAP web services and XML/RPC services?

    If you have enterprise and legacy APIs you want to expose, it's more than likely a SOAP service.

  • I'll try again. Vladimir: Is there a simple way to import a SOAP web service?

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