Oracle API Platform Cloud Service Benefits

Development Director at Griffiths Waite
The API Platform has provided a consistent place to administer OAuth 2.0, Access Key, and other policies across groupings of APIs. It has also allowed standardization in the definition and documentation of the APIs. Rather than APIs being documented in a Wiki and shared through ungoverned Postman collections, we can have more fine-grained access and authorization rules as to who can use which APIs. All API usage is now governed and tracked. View full review »
Lead Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We were using an interface for orders where all of the orders that we were receiving were through text-based files from different suppliers, and partners. Now, we have created one order API and exposed it to our various customers. It is also available for our web-based application portal that the other customers were connected to, directly. They can place orders directly using this API. We were not using real-time ordering before this. All orders are now in real-time and we are adding extra features that can tell us who is placing the order and the different levels of access to different types of customers. We can also do direct limiting with API PCS. We have improved our order module with the use of this API. View full review »
Phil Wilkins
Enterprise Integration Architect at Capgemini
Agility and ease of establishing new APIs and configuration. Deployment processes far simpler than other Oracle middleware tech such as SOA for example View full review »
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