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. Send an email to a user once their subscription has been activated

    When a developer subscribes to a product that requires activation, they're not currently notified when their subscription is approved.

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  2. Filtering APIs and operations based on tags


    1. Is it possible to see on the APIs page, while trying to filter based on tags, just the tags correspondent to the APIs and not also the tags defined for operations? (If an user of the API portal will want to filter the APIs it will be difficult to choose a proper tag value because there are, for example, more than 30 tags into the drop down and the actual tags for the APIs are for example just 4-5 … )


    2. Is it possible not to see the tags defined for APIs into the operation page while trying to filter…

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  3. Embed Azure DeveloperPortal in a corporate domain site

    The developer portal enables us to import APIs and run them. I would like to be able to embed it into an existing corporate site that is already describing our company, our products, even some APIs documentation in order to have the possibility to run the APIs from there. In this way, we will decrease the number of websites a customer must use in order to access all of our features. It can be annoying to have a website for the company and then another website just for running APIs and then maybe another website for something else, etc.

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    We are planning to address this issue as part of our developer portal work.


    Thanks for the feedback. Even though it’s possible to embed API Management developer portal experience into another portal in the true sense, it’s possible to integrate it with another portal for a more seamless experience using delegation – see docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/api-manageme…

  4. Issues forum: support line feeds

    When posting an issue in the Developer Portal, I find that all the line feeds are not considered and the text becomes all in one line which makes it hard to read the issue.

    Please add support for multiple lines (like in the text box i'm typing in right now) and it would be nice to include some formatting features as well.

    Thanks

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  5. announcements

    I don't see anything in the new Azure portal about the announcements (blog) component. I also don't see any mention of it on the Azure API Management roadmap site. What is the plan for this? And will it eventually be migrated to the new Azure portal?

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