Azure API Management

Inside scoop from the API Management team

Export APIs to Microsoft PowerApps and Flow

Today we are excited to announce the public preview of exporting APIs to Microsoft PowerApps and Flow. Hooray to the deep linking, you no longer need to manually download the OpenAPI (Swagger) definition of an API from APIM and import it into PowerApps or Flow. When you export an API, APIM will call the PowerApps/Flow environments… Read more

Release notes – September 18, 2017

On Tuesday, September 18, 2017, we began to deploy a regular service update. We upgrade production services in batches, and it takes about a week for the update to complete. Below is the list of new features, improvements, and bug fixes in this release. New functionality We launched a public preview of API Management in China. The service is… Read more

Release notes – August 23, 2017

On Wednesday, August 23, 2017, we started deploying a regular service update. We upgrade production service instances in batches, and it usually takes about a week for the rollout to complete. Below is the list of improvements and bug fixes in this release. New functionality Versions and revisions (yay!) give you flexibility in how you manage change and your API lifecycle…. Read more

Import an API from a Function App now available in the APIs blade

With the latest feature rollout you will be able to import an API from an Azure Function App in the APIs blade. The Function App being imported need to have an OpenAPI (Swagger) definition. You can create an OpenAPI definition for your Function App by following this guide. If the Function App is protected by… Read more

New API Management Scenario Lab – How API Management can modernise a legacy application

The Cloud Application Development (CAD) BlackBelt team is publishing a news series of scenario based labs that showcase how certain workloads such as API Management, containers and Cognitive Services can quickly add value to customers without them having to refactor their legacy lift and shift workloads. Each lab takes a technical scenario and solves it while showcasing… Read more

Groups and Named values can now be managed from Azure Portal

With the latest feature rollout you will be able to manage Groups and Named Values (previously known as Properties) from the Publisher Portal. One difference from the old Publisher Portal interface is that which users are part of a group is now managed from within the group, as opposed to from the users list. This… Read more

Release Notes – March 17, 2017

On Friday, March 17, 2017, we started deploying a regular service update. We upgrade production service instances in batches, and it usually takes about a week for the rollout to complete. Customers in the Central US EAUP region should have access shortly. Below is the list of the new features, improvements and bug fixes in this release…. Read more

Users can now be managed from Azure Portal

We are currently rolling out the capability to manage API Management users from the new Azure Portal. This includes adding and browsing users as well viewing contact details and subscriptions. Changing state between active and blocked is also possible. Missing as of this release is the ability to send invitation e-mails to potential new users…. Read more