English Original:Google Cloud Endpoints is Now Available
after3 months of beta testAfter that, Google officially released its Open API API management system Cloud Endpoints (GCE). According to GoogleIntroduction, Which is designed to enable developers to build efficient, easy-to-extend API platforms.
GCE can deploy, protect, monitor and manage APIs running on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). It contains a set of tools and libraries that can generate APIs and client code, with the goal of simplifying how developers can access back-end services. The typical steps for developing with GCE are as follows:
GCE's architecture is based on Extensible Service Agents (ESP), Googleclaim, Which can serve the request within 1 millisecond. ESP plays a role as a server-side agent, and it also provides traditional API management capabilities. According to Google, the reason why this design choice is made, mainly taking into account the performance and scalability of ESP, because it allows to skip the network hop. When it comes to ESP's performance, Google says traditional independent agents have varying degrees of latency from tens to hundreds of milliseconds. According to Google, in the beta testing phase, GCE has been able to serve up to 11,000 requests per second per day, and can serve 50 million requests from different customers every day.
The official release means that Google Cloud Endpoints can no longer be used free of charge. However, Google offers a free trial service, which includes 2 million API calls per month. Beyond that limit, Google will charge $ 3 per 100 million calls. Want to use GCE readers can refer to Google for different platforms to provideQuick Start TutorialThe