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Org admins can use the Portal Manager to customize the appearance and URL of your Developer Portal landing page. You can make your APIs accessible to users outside of the SnapLogic ecosystem in the API Portal. Org Admins can publish, unpublish, deprecate, and retire versions of APIs. As an Org Admin, you can create a Developer Portal for your API developers to publish their APIs. The API Management > Portal Manager is the administrative console where you can manage the lifecycle of your APIs. The Developer Portal is the public facing page that consumers use to explore those APIs.

Key Features

  • Design First: The /apim space supports the creation of APIs from the Open API Specification (OAS) 2.0. You can design an API based on your specification and then upload a file of it or reference a URL with the specification.
  • Versioning: The ability to create multiple versions of an API based using an OAS 2.0 specification. You can modify the specification for your initial API, then create new versions from those modified specification versions

    You can create and manage multiple versions of your APIs in the API manager. API versions contains assets such as Pipelines, Tasks, and Open API Specification files. Clicking an API on the API Details page opens the Version Details page, where you can view details about the version and add API policies. You can also search through assets in a Version and view Permission sets.

    Key Features

    • Managing Versions of Your APIsYou can create and manage multiple versions of your APIs, as well as manage your API assets.
    • Version DetailsYou can view information about a Version of the API, the Assets it contains, and Permissions on the Version Details page. Besides performing all lifecycle actions for an API published on the API Portal, you can view information about your API Versions, as well as view, add, and delete API policies.


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