Edge for Private Cloud v4.18.01
Apigee is proud to announce a major update to its API management user interface. This New Edge experience builds on top of the existing features of the Apigee Edge platform, and adds some enhancements.
What features are supported?
The following table compares the features supported by the New Edge (Beta) and Classic Edge experience in the Private Cloud to help you choose which interface to use at each phase of the API proxy management lifecycle. See also Understanding API proxy management in New Edge.
|New Edge Experience (Private Cloud Beta)
|Classic Edge Experience
|API proxy development
|Portal content development using Drupal
Understanding API proxy management in New Edge
Easily navigate through the phases of API proxy management using the new side navigation bar in the New Edge interface. Apigee Edge supports the following phases for managing API proxies: Develop, Publish, Analyze, and Admin. Each is described in more detail in the following sections.
In the Develop phase, you design, build, and secure your APIs.
|Combine policies and resources into a shared flow that you can consume from multiple API proxies, or from other shared flows.
|View and analyze trace sessions that were previously saved.
Backend-as-a-service (BaaS) solution that provides developers with access to a flexible data store and enables you to quickly integrate valuable features into your app, including social graphs, user management, data storage, push notifications, performance monitoring, and more.
In the Publish phase, you register the consumers of your APIs and their apps, and build a portal to showcase your APIs.
|Register the consumers of your API.
|Register and manage the developer apps that access your API.
|Bundle the APIs that you want to publish into API products.
Build your developer portal to showcase and manage access to your APIs.
In the Analyze phase, you analyze your APIs and make adjustments based on performance.
|API Proxy Performance
|Observe API proxy traffic patterns and processing times.
|Monitor and visually compare traffic for specific API patterns across multiple API proxies.)
|Evaluate the value of your Apigee Edge cache.
|Identify which of your registered app developers are generating the most API traffic.
|Review devices and servers that are being used to access your APIs.
|Observe error rates for API proxies and targets.
|Review traffic patterns, error patterns, and quality of service across geographical locations.
|Review latency issues that your API proxies may be experiencing.
|Specify precisely what you want to measure across your API program.
|Visualize traffic patterns and performance metrics for API proxy backend targets.
|Evaluate the relative contribution of your top APIs, apps, developers, and products to your overall API program.
In the Admin phase, you administer the users, roles, and certificates for your organization, and monitor user, role, and organization-related activities.
|Manage users in your organization.
|Control access to your organization through role-based access controls.
|Manage your runtime environment, including caches, key value maps, target servers, virtual hosts, and TLS/SSL.
|View logs for users, roles, and organization-related activities.
Installing the New Edge experience
For information about installing the new Edge experience, see Installing the Beta Release of the New Edge Experience.
Switching to Classic Edge UI
Switch to Classic Edge experience at anytime during your API proxy management lifecycle. To switch to the Classic Edge UI from New Edge, click Switch to Classic in the side navigation bar.