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DNS Nameserver Host: Amazon Technologies Inc.

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Open API Specification: TDB

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OpenWeather provides global businesses and individuals with weather data and APIs. Michael Soloviev led a team of programmers and meteorologists who established the firm in Russia back in 2014. In London, UK is where it has its headquarters.

Real-time weather updates are available through OpenWeather’s APIs. The information includes current conditions, as well as hourly and daily forecasts, historical data, and detailed maps. By utilizing these APIs it is possible to construct a broad assortment of weather-related applications for instance; mobile apps, websites as well as industrial automation systems.

OpenWeather’s technological framework is founded on a server network that is distributed globally. The company can offer its customers quick and dependable weather information thanks to this. The utilization of Kubernetes, Docker, and microservices architecture is done by the company’s servers to ensure that high availability and scalability are maintained.

Users can access OpenWeather’s APIs using either a REST or WebSocket format. The company provides several pricing plans that cater to various customers’ requirements, ranging from small startups to large enterprises. Additionally, OpenWeather gives access to multiple developer tools which consist of SDKs, sample code and documentation. Integrating the APIs into their applications is made quick and easy for developers with these tools.

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