We're a big organization. I'm not sure how many employees we have, but everyone on our team uses Postman. We use Postman mostly to do API testing for a U.S.-based telecom company. I work in a middleware layer, so we get a lot of events from some other subsystems. Events are sent to a particular pipeline comprising Rabbit MQ and Kafka. It's not possible for our organization to simulate the events, like in a QA environment. It's not easy to create those events because they are sent by other companies or other systems.
Using Postman, we simulate these events by sending the events to that particular pipeline. Then we have a consumer application attached to that pipeline. When this particular event is triggered, it's captured and sent to Kafka, so we get a response in a system. It's basically a simulation. Some people try this in our organization itself. For my part, it's more on the DB side.