What is IBM API Connect Test and Monitor?

IBM API Connect® Test and Monitor automatically generates API test assertions. It also provides dashboards for monitoring API test assertions and for receiving alerts on the health of your APIs.

Benefits of IBM API Connect Test and Monitor

Build better APIs

Produce high-quality APIs consistently with the automated, simple-to-use tools.

Win as a team

Accelerate testing and share API testing results in an intuitive dashboard to improve collaboration, discover trends and tackle issues more quickly.

Monitor API alerts

The uptime and health of your APIs are your KPIs. Get notified before problems occur by setting up alerts with API testing.

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Validate API payloads for accuracy

Don’t just stop with status codes. Add more intelligence to your tests to verify the accuracy of the payload. Make the logical assertions needed to create flexible and powerful conditions to validate payloads — no code necessary.

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Automate and schedule tests

Generate tests automatically and schedule them to run as often as you choose. More easily integrate into your CI/CD pipeline to execute tests as part of your deployment.

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Get alerts on your API health

Get the ability to detect issues before your customers do. Use the same API tests to monitor health and send notifications using your channel of choice.

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Monitor API quality

Data on API quality can be used as an indicator of API consumption. Analyze the uptime, performance and failures of the API to gain actionable insights and diagnose errors.

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This modern and intuitive API lifecycle platform helps you create, securely expose and manage APIs across clouds to power digital applications. It's trusted by enterprises and used by developers around the world. Try it at no cost.

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