Hello again from our AMPLIFY demo blog series, the go-to source for mastering the basics of Axway’s AMPLIFY™ Platform! Special thanks to our team of experts, who’ve created a delightful series of video guides designed to introduce developers to AMPLIFY, and walk them through the platform’s core capabilities and features.
Previously, we learned how to use the core elements of AMPLIFY™ Central, and how to get started with other tools like API Builder, Flow Central and the Unified Catalog (if you want to see those, check out the links at the bottom of the page). Now, it’s time to put more of our AMPLIFY Central knowledge to good use by using an application to control access to an API.
Control access to API… get started
To get started, be sure to check out some of our guides on the basics of API Management using the AMPLIFY platform. In particular, be sure to look at our latest blog describing how to import APIs into AMPLIFY Central. Otherwise, let’s dive into today’s featured episode, which explains how to create an application, add authentication to existing APIs that we’ve imported, and then add those APIs to our application.
AMPLIFY Central is the enterprise “air control tower” for all your API traffic, making it possible to manage the metadata of your environments while providing visibility and control to APIs and services, no matter where they may be. What makes the AMPLIFY platform so powerful and versatile is the ability to create easily custom API connections, as well as utilize more than 170+ pre-built integrations to immensely popular services like Slack and Salesforce.
Watch the guide
Watch the guide and let us know in the comments below if you have questions or want to highlight one of your projects. Then, stay tuned for demos to learn the full range of capabilities you can achieve with the AMPLIFY platform.
Until next time, happy building!
Discover and learn more about using AMPLIFY Central.
Creating custom integrations with AMPLIFY Application Integration platform:
- Part 1: Creating a connector template
- Part 2: Configuring a custom connector
- Part 3: Instantiating (and testing) a custom connector
- Part 4: Creating a flow template
- Part 5: Cloud-to-Cloud Integration
How to create microservices and APIs with API Builder
Getting started with Flow Central
- Part 8: Introduction to Flow Central
- Part 9: Importing Flow Pattern
Using the Unified Catalog
- Part 10: Introduction to the Unified Catalog
- Part 11: Subscribing to Unified Catalog Content
Managing APIs with AMPLIFY Central
- Part 13: Introduction to AMPLIFY Central
- Part 14: Importing my API to AMPLIFY Central
Learn more about the Unified Catalog.