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On Wednesday, November 13, 2019 we began releasing the Beta version of Apigee API security reporting for Public Cloud.
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Apigee provides an advanced set of operations and security features called Advanced API Ops available for Edge for Cloud Enterprise customers. Advanced API Ops adds enhanced security reporting to the Edge UI and APIs for accessing the data used by these reports.
Advanced API Ops includes anomaly detection which lets Edge detect traffic and performance issues instead of you having to predetermine them. Advanced API Ops adds new alert types that build on the API Monitoring alert mechanism.
The Advanced API Ops Beta is open to all Apigee Enterprise and Enterprise Plus cloud customers. When generally available, Advanced API Ops will be a paid add-on to Apigee’s Enterprise subscription and will be included as part of its Enterprise Plus subscription.
Updated Overview report screen
The Overview security report now includes information for error distribution by fault code.
See Overview reports for more.
Updated Runtime report screen
The Runtime report now displays information for:
- Up to 30 days of data.
- Traffic distribution by developer app.
- Fault code details, including API proxies affected and occurrences.
See Runtime reports for more.
Updated Configuration report screen
The Configuration report now displays information about how shared flows are used by your proxies, including policies used by the shared flow, and proxies that use the shared flow.
See Configuration reports for more.
Updated User Activity report screen
The User Activity report now lets you view detailed information about individual user activity such as the API and UI calls made by the user.
Only Organization Administrators can access this UI page. No other roles, including Read-Only Organization Administrator, can access this page.
See User Activity reports for more.
Anomaly detection added
With anomaly detection, you let Edge detect traffic and performance issues instead of having to predetermine them yourself. Edge automatically looks for anomaly conditions at the organization, environment, and region levels.
This release adds new types of alerts:
- Anomaly alerts. Edge detects traffic and performance issues instead of you having to predetermine them yourself. You can then raise an alert for these anomalies.
- Traffic alerts. Lets you raise an alert when traffic changes by a specified percentage over a time range. For example, you can raise an alert when traffic increases by 5% or more for one hour, or decreases by 10% or more for one week.
- Expiry alerts. Lets you raise a notification when a TLS cert is close to expiring.
New APIs added
The following new APIs have been added to support the new Beta features, including:
- Get fault code summary
- Get fault code counts
- Get timeseries data for a fault code
- Get grouped timeseries data for a fault code
- Get traffic data
- Get developer app traffic
- Get proxy traffic for developer app
- Get user activity
- Get policy usage information
See API Security Reporting for a complete list of APIs.
Known issuesThe following table lists known issues in this release:
Number of logins not correct
The number of logins shown on the User Activity page can be incorrect.