webMethods API Gateway Pros
Within the new version, webMethods API Gateway gives us an end-to-end lifecycle from the creation of the API up into the development, deployment, and promotion into production/live. The current end-to-end lifecycle of the API gives us enough authority and governance of the API. We know what are currently live services, what is in the testing stage of development, and what version that has been commissioned. So, the full life cycle itself gives us full authority and governance of the API.View full review »
This solution has given us a competitive advantage because we have better automation and insight.View full review »
The cloud version of the solution is very easy to set up.View full review »
webMethods API Gateway Cons
With performance, there is room for improvement in regards to if we would like to put another extra layer of security on it, such as SSL. This is affecting their performance quite significantly. They need to improve the process of managing the SSL and other things inside their solutions, so there will not be quite such a significant impact to the performance.View full review »
With respect to the API gateway, the runtime component, the stability after a new release is something that can be improved.View full review »
In terms of improvements, maybe on the API monetization side, having users able to create separate consumption plans and throttle all those consumption plans towards the run time could be better.View full review »
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