Everything You Need to Know About the APImetrics CASC Score

One of the things about APIs is that they're complicated. There's a lot of things that can and do wrong. So there are many metrics that we measure for each API. That's why we came up with the CASC Score as part of our APImetrics Insights analytics package. CASC stands for Cloud API Service Consistency. But what is a CASC Score? Simply put, you don't want to know just that your API is performing. You also want to know HOW it is performing. Our CASC Score is a number between 0 and 1000 that tells you how well an API [...]

By | April 21st, 2017|Summary, Support|0 Comments

APImetrics Three-Year Study: More Than Half Of Existing APIs Have Problems That Could Affect Customers [INFOGRAPHIC]

An APImetrics study of 100 million samples shows that more than half the APIs in use have serious issues that could compromise companies and consumers, the company reported today. “What this shows is that while the number of APIs continues to grow, their quality has not kept pace with that growth,” said David O’Neill, CEO and Founder of APImetrics. “If companies fail to identify these issues and fix them, it could lead to growing consumer dissatisfaction that damages their reputation.” APImetrics first reported on the state of APIs back in 2013, and found that in any given week more than [...]

Our Global API Economy: The Importance of API Metrics

We are living in an API economy. Organizations of every kind depend on APIs to exchange mission-critical, time-sensitive data and information with customers, suppliers, partners and other stakeholders. Given the importance of APIs to modern businesses, API metrics must be measured and managed. For example, you need to know what's happening on a minute-by-minute basis on Cyber Monday. But you also want to know whether anyone is actually using that API that DevOps spend so much time, effort and money building. "Always returning 200!" says DevOps Server, load balancer and gateway logs can tell you something about your API metrics. [...]

By | April 18th, 2017|Opinion, Summary|0 Comments