Apigee Initial Setup

Tolulope Adeniji
Technical Lead - Integration/Middleware at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
The initial setup is not straightforward. It is very complex. They use different open-source applications in this solution. When installing this solution you have to be knowledgeable in the different applications, what the different applications do, and how they behave with each platform. The documentation they have available is very good and available online. Using different applications bundled together in this single product makes the maintenance and installation a challenge. View full review »
Sr. Manager Architecture, Design and Planning at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The initial setup of Apigee is straightforward. Google/Apigee gives us all the information to support their private owned clouds. The interface is very straightforward to use as well. It's a lot easier than the Layer 7 product. CA was overly complex in its configuration. CA also does significantly more as far as security and policies are concerned. It has developed a huge number of policies into their product. It's way more than what I would expect an API management product to be. It took us two months to set up the solution. We basically took the policies from Layer 7 that we had previously created and we transformed them to policies for Apigee. That was fairly easy. In terms of deployment, we haven't transformed totally from Layer 7 yet to Apigee. Our support is very low on Apigee right now. There's only one person that's working on Apigee currently. It's minimal. Accenture is handling the support, as they did for CA. We had about five people supporting the gateways on Layer 7. View full review »
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