10 days ago, Microsoft announced the public preview of two new Azure API Management tiers: Basic v2 and Standard v2. You can find more information here. I got many questions about the consequence of these new tiers, hence this blog post 🙂 New features of the v2...
A while ago, API Management received a default soft-delete feature. This is very handy for mission-critical workloads, because it protects against accidental removal. However, in development environments, this causes often friction, because you cannot toggle the...
Last week, I attended the INTEGRATE conference. Unlike other years, there were no real big announcements. However, I would like to share my main take-aways from the conference: Logic Apps Standard is the way forward The product team is really betting on the new and...
Last week, I spoke at the INTEGRATE conference. During my talk, I’ve conducted a survey about Azure API Management. 200 attendees participated in this survey, which leads to interesting insights! You can discover them here.
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