API Management - Plays Well with Other Azure Services

Posted by: <ChristophDotNet, on 11 Jun 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

In the first post of the series, we took a quick look at API management for layering a very basic authentication scheme over an existing service. That works great when you have an existing service API with an HTTP interface, but what do you do when your existing service listens on a queue? If it's an Azure Queue or a ServiceBus Queue which expose REST APIs, then you can layer a developer-friendly, strongly typed API over that generic queue API and as a side benefit get usage analytics, enforce call...

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