• The aapi platform is the first of its kind to consolidate API integration, automation, and management technologies to build and publish microservices without code.
  • aapi provides native integration with the Kubernetes service construct and can be deployed anywhere - on-premise, private clouds, SaaS, or in a hybrid model
  • As the backbone for any integration, aapi secures every API transaction with AI and threat intelligence

IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --  aapi announces next generation microservice building, without code, natively, within Kubernetes. Further solidifying the aapi platform as the premier microservice, API, and integration solution for the modern enterprise. Traditional API Management, integration, and security tools are simply not architected for the complexity and pace of the digital transformation happening today. “aapi was designed from scratch specifically to address the microservices and data integration issues required to securely integrate into complex next generation environments like Kubernetes,” stated aapi CEO Craig Lund. Craig added “Our research shows that traditional methods of fully integrating and securing a standard application through API’s and microservices into next generation environments like Kubernetes can take over a month. Using the aapi platform that same service can be implemented in hours. The ROI is impressive.”

aapi consolidates key elements of traditional integration solutions like API Mgt, ISaaS, IPaaS, and WAF under an easy to use drag and drop GUI. Aspects of all of these solutions are used to address the Services which are at the core of modern software architecture.

“Deploying a series of modular, small (micro-)services rather than big monoliths gives developers the flexibility to work in different languages, technologies and release cadence across the system; resulting in higher productivity and velocity, especially for larger teams,” states aapi CTO Tim Arvanites.

“With the adoption of microservices, however, new problems emerge due to the sheer number of services that exist in a larger system. That’s where the native integration of aapi and Kubernetes comes in. It’s the currently the only system commercially available that manages this environment.”

The aapi platform for microservices is now available for commercial release. For a free trial go to www.aapi.io

Craig Lund