API Management

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  1. Provide a callback or REST API to check if changes made through management operations have been picked by Proxy

    Posting on behalf of customer:

    Per current API Management design/implementation, management operations are async and Proxy could take few sec to a minute to pickup the changes made through management APIs.
    The delay is indeterministic as there're multiple factors which could impact the time for Proxy to pickup the changes like Number of proxies involved, load on the proxy when control plane operations were made.

    As there's no deterministic way currently to confirm when Proxy has picked up the changes, we're not able to confirm if API is ready to take handle workload relying on changes.

    So, we request to…

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  2. 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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  3. More detailed metrics for Azure API Management service.

    Currently the 'Capacity' metric for the Azure API Management service only supports an aggregation type of of 'Average'.
    WIth the ability to calculate the capacity to a percentage, it would be very beneficial to have an alternate metric or second aggregation type for 'Maximum' for the capacity metric to show at a glance what remaining availability is.

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  4. Support expandGroups=true on the single-product GET endpoint

    The GET /products operation (in both original and ARM management REST API) supports an optional query parameter named expandGroups=true that will return groups along with each product returned.

    It would be useful to have this same query parameter available for the GET /products/{pid} endpoint when getting a specific product.

    When delegation is enabled (for product subscriptions), the delegation endpoint may need to fetch details about the product, including the groups with visibility. Currently, to get the groups for the product within the delegation endpoint, we have to make 2 service calls to the Mangement REST API. Supporting expandGroups = true…

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  5. Hide request parameters in analytics

    I'd rather not store any data coming into my API management, it's just a pass through recording which users are calling the API. I suppose maybe I could move the parameters to the body, but it would be nice if there was an option not to store parameter values. Azure is secure and all, but it would be nice to say, we can't store or look up any data.

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