Increasingly Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are being referred to as the engines of growth and are fundamentally changing the way organizations do business. In this course, Microsoft Azure API Management Essentials, you'll learn about using Azure API Management service to ensure that your current and future APIs can reach the fullest potential. First, you'll learn why you should use API Management, and how to manage your API with Azure API Management. Next, you'll learn how to protect your API with rate limits and how to add caching to improve API performance. Then, you'll learn about policies in API Management and C# based Policy Expressions. Finally, you'll learn about security in API Management. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid understanding of Azure API Management, its key capabilities, and how to host and secure your API (internal and external).
Course Overview Hello everyone. My name is Vishwas Lele, and I welcome you to this course, Microsoft Azure API Management Essentials. I'm an Azure MVP, and I also serve as the CTO for Applied Information Sciences. I'm pleased to present this course to you on one of my favorite services on the Azure platform. Increasingly, application programming interfaces, or APIs, are being referred to as the engines of growth, and are fundamentally changing the way organizations do business. This course demonstrates to you how to use Microsoft Azure API management to quickly and securely enable your APIs for mobile development, internal, as well as external use. Some of the topics that we will cover as part of this course include why API management, managing your API using API management, protecting your API with rate limits, adding caching to improve your API performance, policies in API management, C# based policed expressions, and of course, security with API management. By the end of this course you'll have a solid understanding of Azure API management, its key capabilities, and how you can host your APIs, both internal, as well as external on this service. From here you can continue your learning by diving into related services, like Azure App Service, or Service Fabric. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn Azure API management. Thank you.