Apigee, which is now part of Google, is the leading API platform for enterprises and developers. Hundreds of companies, including Walgreens, Burberry, First Data, Swisscom, and Live Nation—as well as tens of thousands of developers—use Apigee to design, secure, scale, and analyze APIs and manage the entire API lifecycle.
Founded in 2005, Apigee delivers the products that enable businesses to become digital businesses. The Apigee API Platform includes an application programming interface (API) management platform that enables businesses, developers, and data scientists to deliver well-designed, scalable APIs and apps, drive developer adoption, and use machine learning and the analytics platform to extract business value from their API ecosystems. Apigee helps customers accelerate internal development through APIs, use analytics to power predictive APIs and applications, and gain end-to-end visibility into business with the ability to analyze 360 degrees of information, grow their reach with mobile apps, and create new products and business models with partners and developers.
In 2016 our API management platform earned top rankings in the Forrester Wave and Gartner Magic Quadrant industry reports. Our code, which handles billions of API calls per day with up to 99.99% availability, is built on cutting-edge technologies: Cassandra, Qpid, Graphite, Go, Elasticsearch, Kibana, Node.js, PostgreSQL, Kubernetes, Hadoop, and Spark, to name a few.
Many of the world’s largest organizations select Apigee to enable their digital business. Apigee customers include global enterprises such as Walgreens, Burberry, Morningstar, and First Data. At the close of 2016, 20% of the Fortune 100 were powered by Apigee. We help 70% of the world’s 10 most valuable telecom brands and 50% of the top 10 most valuable North American retail brands connect with their customers on apps across millions of mobile devices.
On Nov. 10, 2016, Apigee was acquired by Google. Apigee was headquartered in San Jose, Calif., with offices in Bangalore, India, and London, England. Apigee develops its software internally through an engineering team, which includes software developers located in Bangalore, India; San Jose, California; and many other locations around the world. Operations are managed by a Global Support Center (GSC) located in Bangalore, London, and San Jose, along with members of the Development Operations (DevOps) team, who are dispersed around the globe.