Custom alerts to monitor public footprint on Postman

        

At Postman, over the past year, we’ve introduced several new features to ease the collaboration between multiple stakeholders during the API development lifecycle. The launch of Postman public workspaces gave users access to a massively multiplayer API experience across the entire Postman ecosystem. It was the most significant release to date, demonstrating our commitment to…

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Announcing Unlimited Collaboration for Small Teams in Postman

        

When I built the first iteration of Postman in 2012, it was designed to help individual developers interact with APIs. But it soon became clear that that wasn’t enough: APIs are inherently collaborative, and the original Postman product did not explicitly facilitate that collaboration. So over the ensuing years, we’ve been working tirelessly to address…

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Introducing Auto-Flex for Teams

        

Postman’s journey from a simple REST client to a leading API platform that delivers high productivity, great quality, and airtight governance to more than 500,000 organizations around the world has been a truly exhilarating transformation. A crucial part of that journey has been providing ever-greater collaboration within and across teams working on APIs. The Postman…

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How Postman Designers Developed the New Universal Search Feature

        

Ask anybody for an example of a search experience on a digital platform and they can easily reel out a long list. It would start with the friend we most depend on, Google, and could end up with examples inside simple apps like Notes. Today, the search function seems like such a common workflow that…

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The Postman API Now Creates a Default Workspace When Needed

        

Whenever you create collections, APIs, environments, mock servers, and monitors using the Postman API, we recommend specifying which workspace the new element will be stored in by using the optional workspace parameter. However, if you don’t select a workspace, Postman will select one for you. What if you don’t have any personal workspace? What happens…

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How to Monitor Your APIs Using Postman and Datadog

        

Monitoring your APIs is an essential part of the API management process. While Postman monitors let you keep a check on your API performance and stability, our enhanced integration with Datadog—an API performance monitoring tool—enables you to perform further analysis by logging, alerting, and dashboarding. Plus, this integration in conjunction with Postman asserting allows you…

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Stay on Top of Your APIs with Postman’s New Opsgenie Integration

        

Monitoring IT infrastructure is critical. As always-on services and the interdependencies between them have risen, expectations for availability have also increased. Postman monitors enable teams to monitor their endpoints for performance, uptime, and functionality. And while monitoring is a great start, coupling it with incident management tools results in effective and proactive remediation of issues….

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Introducing Postman v8: A Whole New Desktop App Experience

        

Despite all its challenges, last year was a remarkable one for Postman. We, just like many of you, faced adversity, but we prevailed to make some massive strides in 2020: We recently launched Postman on the web, going back to our roots starting out as a web-based utility (a Chrome extension); we launched the private…

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Introducing Postman Security Scans

        

According to the 2020 State of the API Report, businesses worldwide are becoming more reliant on APIs for their day-to-day work. And with the increasing number of APIs made available for public consumption today, it’s extremely important that any linked API documentation and saved examples demonstrating how to use an API don’t contain sensitive information…

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Public Workspaces: Why We Created Them and What You Can Do with Them

        

Let’s start with a bit of background. Here at Postman, we’ve always been obsessed with successful API calls. Why, you ask? A successful API call ensures that something that you’ve built is working; it gives you access to a system that was beyond your reach, helps you see data that you couldn’t see before, or…

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