Over a million developers have joined DZone.
{{announcement.body}}
{{announcement.title}}

The Cloudcast #187 - API Performance Monitoring

DZone's Guide to

The Cloudcast #187 - API Performance Monitoring

· DevOps Zone ·
Free Resource

Can you release faster without sacrificing quality? See how with our free ebook Strategies for a Successful Test Automation Project and a free trial of Ranorex Studio today!

 Download the MP3

Date: April 17, 2015

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron talks to John Sheehan (@johnsheehan; CEO of Runscope - @runscope) about the differences between API and application development, testing, performance, and monitoring. Music Credit: Nine Inch Nails (nin.com) https://www.runscope.com/ https://www.runscope.com/community https://github.com/Runscope

Topic 1 - Briefly about your background on the company and team (John was at Twillio and IFTTT).

Topic 2 - How is API testing different than application testing? How is API Monitoring different from simple uptime monitoring? Who is a typical customer of Runscope, what types of challenges and tests are they solving for?

Topic 3 - Walk us thru how the testing works (you mention "no code needed") through the lifecycle of an application. What are some common problems across different platforms (browsers, OS) or different regions of the world?

Topic 4 - API versioning is a major headache. Anything you do to help simplify or manage that for customers? Don’t you still code as a CEO? Do you feel this pain?

Topic 5 - Runscope has a lot of community based projects (link in show notes). How did this come about and what advantages have you seen through the development of an API community?

Topic 6 - With so many APIs these days what's the best way to get started with API testing?

Get your test automation project off to the right start. Download your free test planning template and a 30-day no-obligation trial of Ranorex Studio today!

Topics:

Published at DZone with permission of

Opinions expressed by DZone contributors are their own.

{{ parent.title || parent.header.title}}

{{ parent.tldr }}

{{ parent.urlSource.name }}