I hope this will bring goodness for both..
I've tried 3scale, it has some nice capabilities e.g. more granular metric
and policy, and it has billing capability that currently APIMan doesn't
But I like APIMan because its flexibility to create plug-in, it has so
many policies (rules) that already provided, policies can be added in API
definition, plan (contract) and event client app definition. In 3scale,
AFAIK, we have to manually doing LUA scripting in the NGINX for creating
policy, even just for simple policy e.g. IP address white list.
And I like APIMan since it use Java :-)
Keep up a good work guys..
On Jun 24, 2016 12:59 AM, "Eric Wittmann" <eric.wittmann(a)redhat.com>
Hey everyone. I'm sure that by now many of you have heard about
Hat's acquisition of 3scale, a commercial vendor of API Management
software. If you're wondering how this impacts apiman, I have written a
short blog post on the topic:
It's still quite early, but I've included as much information as I know. :)
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