About Paul Cray

Machine Learning Specialist at APImetrics.

Self-Regulation and Why Third-Party Monitoring Matters

Who Watches the Watchmen Self-Regulation, although sometimes viewed in a negative light, is actually a key cog in today’s global economy. It has helped a wide range of industries, from advertising, to health care, to professional sports. In advertising, groups like the Interactive Advertising Bureau and the National Advertising Review Council have helped protect consumers and monitor the industry. Within the health care industry, the American Medical Association has supplemented the government regulators to assist with maintaining the strict practices and procedures. The world of professional and amateur sports is very fragmented, however they all have governing bodies that assist [...]

By | July 10th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

API Health Report #1

The Impact of Cloud Service Provider on API Performance If you would like to download the full report for free, click HERE! When creating a mobile application, developers normally have significant reasoning for each and every part of that App. Developers pick tools and services they’re familiar with and that they believe will solve their problems. Whether it is the platform they choose to build on, the third-party APIs used, or the language they choose to write it in. There are specific reasons for each. Another major factor that is often overlooked, is which Cloud Provider to choose. Perhaps overlooked [...]

By | July 8th, 2015|IT and Cloud, Monthly Report|1 Comment

APImetrics Integrates with New Relic Insights

You can now integrate our API Performance Monitoring with New Relic Insights. This new feature will give you the ability to connect the stream of API data collected by our tool, to New Relic’s real-time analytics platform and help you keep full watch on your applications. Set Up Sign into your New Relic Insights account and select Manage Data, then API Keys. Add a new Insert Key. On this screen you’ll find your Account ID and Key needed to enable the integration. (Save these for Step 5.) 4. Sign into your APImetrics account and select @(username) > Edit Profile. 5. [...]

By | July 2nd, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments