API Management

Microsoft Azure API Management is a turnkey solution for publishing APIs to external and internal consumers. Quickly create consistent and modern API gateways for existing backend services hosted anywhere, secure and protect them from abuse and overuse, and gain insights into usage and health. Plus, automate and scale developer onboarding to help get your API program up and running in no time.

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  1. List incremental of entities

    Hi, team
    For now, we pull our apim instances entities every day from API management service. But we can only get 1 day snap shot.
    Is it possible to get incremental values of these entities(user/operation/api/product/subscription ect.) from API management services? For example, we can get data filtered by update time?

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  2. Expose IntegrationModuleBitsVersion and IntegrationModuleVersion via ARM API

    I have noticed over time that when MS rolls out out an update to a tenant that properties in configuration.json may change: specifically IntegrationModuleBitsVersion and maybe IntegrationModuleVersion

    This is not exposed through the ARM API capabilities. Make the properties readable from ARM or even the legacy API or some other way that may be automated. I would like to check the values periodically and get a heads up to do wider regression testing when I detect a change there.

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  3. Enable tracing in the Manager

    The trace capability is really useful but has to be enabled currently in the client by setting an additional HTTP header.

    If I have a production issue I can't amend code to do this and I may have many clients so would like to be able to turn this on in API Management with a simple checkbox or policy change at an API operation level

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  4. Allow CORS headers for Management API

    In order to invoke Management REST API endpoint (like ***.management.azure-api.net/apis?api-version=vvv) from browser's JS code, CORS headers should be enabled there. Moreover, full Management REST API endpoint configuration (thru Azure portal) is very welcomed addition.

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  5. Schema validation in APIM

    When an actual request comes, we need to validate the schema of the request and while sending back the respose, the schema should be validated. Similar to validate feature of API connect (IBM).

    http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSFS6T/com.ibm.apic.toolkit.doc/rapimrefootb_policyschemaval.html

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  6. Support additional filters on the GET /subscriptions endpoint

    Currently, the GET /subscriptions endpoint in the Management API doesn't support OData filtering on the primary/secondary subscription key. This would make a nice enhancement.

    For example:

    https://myservice.management.azure-api.net/subscriptions?api-version=2014-02-14-preview&$filter=primaryKey eq '12345'

    Current documentation for this endpoint:
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/rest/api/apimanagement/subscriptions#Subscriptions_ListByService

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  7. Expose API Management Events

    Expose events from API Management.

    Example would be, a user registers. Currently we get an email. It would be nice if it was an event we could subscribe to (WebHook or API Call or Service Bus message.. etc) so that we could use the user registration as the start of a workflow.
    Another example would be if a user requests a Product, having an event we could leverage things like PowerApp/Flow/Logic App to start an approval process or setup their development environment.

    Simple Event list that would have the most value:
    -User Created
    -User Requested Subscription
    -Issue Created

    71 votes
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  8. http2

    Enable http2 for the API Management

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  9. Add support for IPV6

    Due to new Apple requirements (all apps must works over IPV6) we need to reach our Azure API Management through this protocol. Actually the AAAA is not present for any endpoint.

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  10. Can we have anything built into APIM to ping backend or Alert when there are sporadic errors connecting to backend?

    Can we have anything built into APIM to ping backend or Alert when there are sporadic errors connecting to backend?

    This way i will either know when the backend is not reachable or when there are other issues connecting to the backend..

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