Microsoft Azure API Management Other Solutions Considered

Srinivas Kode
Vice President - Competency and Channels at Techwave.
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reviewer1307325
Enterprise Infrastructure Architecture at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
As mentioned, this is the only option we looked at. We chose Azure because it's easy to deploy and it's cheap. It's a good starting point and if they develop it further, it might be good for productive usage, especially if you are planning to use it as an API management platform for the services that are running in Azure. I think then there's no question. View full review »
Anurag-Bhatnagar
Principal Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We considered other options; however, our client is mainly a Microsoft shop and they were already using Azure for various things. As such, we did not fully evaluate other options. View full review »
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Paul-Emmanuel BREC
IT Enterprise Architect - Middleware & Integration at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We did evaluate a few other solutions before ultimately going with Microsoft. We looked at MuleSoft, for example, but it was a totally new environment for us. Another solution didn't have the level of maturity we wanted in a cloud product. Microsoft was also new, however, we had a lot of contacts there and we had all of their interfaces. After looking at the pricing and features, it ended up being the best option. View full review »
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