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API Development on Google Cloud's Apigee API Platform

Google Cloud and Google via Coursera

Overview

"In this course, you learn how to create APIs that utilize multiple services and how you can use custom code on Apigee. You will also learn about fault handling, and how to share logic between proxies. You learn about traffic management and caching. You also create a developer portal, and publish your API to the portal. You learn about logging and analytics, as well as CI/CD and the different deployment models supported by Apigee.
Through a combination of lectures, hands-on labs, and supplemental materials, you will learn how to design, build, secure, deploy, and manage API solutions using Google Cloud's Apigee API Platform."

Syllabus

  • Introduction
    • Welcome to API Development! This is the third course in the Developing APIs with Google Cloud's Apigee API Platform series.
  • Mediation
    • This module introduces mediation concepts, including payload formats and transformation, service callouts, custom code policies, hosted targets, shared flows, and fault handling
  • Traffic Management
    • This module introduces spike arrests, quotas, and caching within Apigee
  • API Publishing
    • This module introduces API publishing, the developer portal, and API versioning
  • Logging and Analytics
    • This module introduces message logging, Cloud Logging, and Apigee analytics
  • Advanced Topics
    • This module introduces Apigee deployment options and CI/CD tools and strategies

Taught by

Apigee Training Team

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  • Dean
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    Dean completed this course, spending 16 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.

    I completed the first course in this sequence which is an overview of API management with Apigee and setting up your Apigee evaluation account. You also upload a swagger document for your first OpenAPI spec. This course, the second in the sequence,...

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