In Part 1 of this series, we discussed the policy framework in Red Hat 3scale API Management—adding policies to the APIcast gateway to customize API request and response behavior. In this article, we will look at adding rate limiting, backend URL protection, and edge limiting policies to the APIcast gateway. We’ll also review which policies are appropriate to use for different use cases.
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In Red Hat 3scale API Management, access tokens allow authentication against the 3scale APIs. An access token can provide read and write access to the Billing, Account Management, and Analytics APIs. Therefore, ensuring you are handling access tokens carefully is paramount.
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One of an API management platform’s core functionalities is defining and enforcing policies, business domain rate limits, and pricing rules for securing API endpoints. As an API provider, you sometimes need to make the same backend API available for different consumer segments using these terms. In this article, you will learn about using Red Hat 3scale API Management to package APIs for different consumers, including internal and external developers and strategic partners. See the end of the article for a video tutorial that guides you through using 3scale API Management to create and configure the packages that you will learn about in this article.
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