At Postman, we take community and collaboration seriously. So with the launch of Postman Galaxy, we want to give a cosmic thank you to the stellar sponsors making the world’s premier API conference possible this week. Each of the following industry innovators is supporting our three-day virtual event to educate, inspire, and connect the global community of API enthusiasts. See what they’re all about and learn how they’re taking technology to new heights.
Amazon Web Services (AWS): Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, offering over 175 fully featured services from data centers globally. Millions of customers—including the fastest-growing startups, largest enterprises, and leading government agencies—trust AWS to power their infrastructure, become more agile, and lower costs. To learn more about AWS, visit aws.amazon.com. Don’t forget to catch AWS Chief Evangelist Jeff Barr at Postman Galaxy when he joins Postman Chief Evangelist Kin Lane for a fireside chat on Thursday, Feb. 4. Register here.
Cisco DevNet: Cisco DevNet offers interactive, inspiring educational materials that help users quickly get hands-on with Cisco APIs to learn how they work. As a result, developers can get more value from Cisco APIs to help solve business problems. Explore more here.
CircleCI: What does a high-performing software delivery team look like? We analyzed over 55 million data points from more than 44,000 organizations and 160,000 projects on CircleCI to find out how teams can set meaningful goals, and share first-ever data-backed benchmarks for engineering teams. Learn more by downloading CircleCI’s software delivery report here.
StackHawk: StackHawk gives engineers the power to find and fix application security vulnerabilities while they are still in development. With rich automation and integration capabilities, StackHawk puts application security testing into the hands of engineers so they can check for vulnerabilities with every pull request. Get your free account!
Fauna: Fauna is a global serverless database that enables developers to simplify code, reduce costs, and ship faster by providing a web-native interface with support for GraphQL. To help you get started, they have a GraphQL API tutorial that demonstrates how to design an initial schema, import that schema into Fauna, add a few documents, and then run a GraphQL query to retrieve those documents. To learn more, visit fauna.com.
Slack: Slack is the collaboration hub that brings the right people, information, and tools together to get work done. From Fortune 100 companies to corner markets, millions of people around the world use Slack to connect their teams, unify their systems, and drive their business forward.
imgix: imgix allows developers to upload, enrich, discover, optimize, and deliver images via simple and powerful APIs. Whether finding the right parameters to deliver the right image, every time, to every device, with the Rendering API, or searching, sorting, and tagging your assets with the Management API, unlock the intrinsic value of all of your images with imgix.
Syngenta: Syngenta is the leading global provider of agricultural science and technology, with its headquarters in Basel and further locations in Chicago, Tel Aviv, and Shanghai, whose goal is to feed the world.
HelloSign (Dropbox): With HelloSign’s eSignature API, you can easily build a secure, reliable, and feature-rich signature workflow in your app or site. Embed it seamlessly with custom branding and have it implemented in as little as 2.5 days. Trusted by millions, HelloSign differentiates itself from competitors through their obsession with usability, commitment to speed and performance, and support from their own API engineers. It was voted #1 eSignature vendor for Ease of Implementation by G2 Crowd.
Datadog: Datadog is the essential monitoring and security platform for cloud applications. It brings together end-to-end traces, metrics, and logs to make your applications, infrastructure, and third-party services entirely observable. These capabilities help businesses secure their systems, avoid downtime, and ensure customers are getting the best user experience.
TypingDNA: TypingDNA is a developer-first typing biometrics company providing a low-code authentication API suitable for securing login, enforcing reset passwords, and online biometric authentication. The Authentication API is available in its free Developer plan with unlimited authentications and unlimited end-users. Try this demo to see it in action!
As Postman remains dedicated to empowering the next generation of developers to drive the future of APIs, we are thrilled to have the support of these influential industry players during our conference. Be sure to check out their online sponsor booths as you explore Postman Galaxy to learn more.
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