We performed a comparison between Microsoft Azure API Management and Oracle API Management based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out in this report how the two API Management solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The solution is reliable and very stable."
"Easy to integrate API management platform. It is a stable and scalable solution."
"The initial setup is not that complex, but there are certain challenges."
"We use this solution for API rate limiting and for its security features against DDoS."
"I like API Management's sandbox feature. It's an environment where you can test out the API before putting it into production and connecting it to a live environment."
"I like the stability and the ease of use."
"Microsoft Azure API Management is better because it has a DevOps integration by default."
"Azure API is scalable."
"The security, the authentication, and the publishing qualities are great."
"The initial setup isn't overly difficult."
"The external policies are impossible to look at and configure."
"One of the most important improvements for us would be if it supported the HTTP/3 version and new protocol over a quick connection."
"Microsoft Azure API Management could improve the documentation. The documentation feels like marketing information and not sufficient technical information. Your easiest option is to purchase services from a Microsoft partner and this is their marketing."
"It can be quite complex, somewhat lacking in flexibility."
"Specific to API development, I think Microsoft is still far behind AWS. AWS has grown by leaps and bounds, and Microsoft is a close second. But in terms of features and other stuff they provide, Microsoft's compatibility with publicly available APIs is a little limited. So, that is a little bit of a constraint. But what they provide is good, it's just that they need to build more on their API suite. I think Google is doing a really good job at that."
"It should be easier to integrate."
"The hybrid part could be improved because API Management is entirely cloud-based, but some of our resources are on-prem, so formatting is an issue. Our goal is dual implementation."
"I could that the UI could be improved."
"We'd like it if they could reduce the cost without sacrificing on features."
"From an administration and developer point of view, the user interface and user experience are not great."
Oracle API Management enable you to streamline business and IT objectives by managing the lifecycle of your APIs, outsource application enhancement by empowering developers through API adoption, and add a mobile front to your applications and capture new revenue opportunities with seamless API enablement.
Microsoft Azure API Management is ranked 2nd in API Management with 31 reviews while Oracle API Management is ranked 23rd in API Management with 2 reviews. Microsoft Azure API Management is rated 7.8, while Oracle API Management is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of Microsoft Azure API Management writes "Easy to set up with good access control but support could be better". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle API Management writes "Easy to use with good scalability and performance". Microsoft Azure API Management is most compared with Apigee, Amazon API Gateway, MuleSoft Anypoint API Manager, Kong Enterprise and IBM API Connect, whereas Oracle API Management is most compared with Apigee, IBM API Connect, WSO2 API Manager, Kong Enterprise and 3scale API Management. See our Microsoft Azure API Management vs. Oracle API Management report.
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