Posts Tagged: uptime

What it means to have a full spectrum API

What It Means To Have A Full Spectrum API

Expanding The Scope Of Your API

In development, the term full stack – familiarity with multiple programming languages for both frontend and backend development – is thrown around pretty regularly. Full spectrum is one that’s used from time to time, and may be a better way to describe the techniques required for superior API practice. Read more

Using API Analytics to Empower the Platform

API metrics are perhaps the single most important factor in improving any API system. Metrics are inherently valuable – tracking data on API usage, availability, uptime, and other insights is pivotal to keeping a consistently healthy platform. That being said, it’s an unfortunate truth that many developers do not leverage API analytics to their full power, simply preferring to consider metrics a business tool, and little else. Read more

Avoid Walking on Eggshells and Use DevOps

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty together again.

That sure sounds like the last time your site went down and every team in the office started panicking, right? Read more

Monitor the Status of APIs with These 4 Tools

One of the great benefits of the modern development landscape is the increase in system functionality. Never before has there been such a deluge of effective and efficient applications harnessing incredible processing power, each performing thousands of unique and resource-consuming tasks. Read more

6 Techniques for 99.999% Uptime

A system is only useful if it can be used. If a system can’t be accessed, it might as well not exist. As far as APIs are concerned, this principle of availability is referred to as uptime.

Uptime is the state of a server or service, and the reliability thereof. Read more