Runscope helps you in monitoring your API traffic. Specifically, it lets you to log, monitor, and measure your API usage to solve issues related to your API.
In case something goes wrong, this tool will be the first to spot API problems and notify you even before clients can complain. This means you and your team will know the issue right away before your customers do.
Testing your API can be done on your own terms with Runscope. You can create tests based on actual calls made from within your apps.
Run your tests automatically by scheduling them to run as often as you want. You can also link Runscope Radar with popular services such as Zapier, PagerDuty, CircleCi, Jenkins, TeamCity, Heroku or GitHub to run your tests.
Runscope is a paid tool but it offers a 30-day trial. Your trial period enables you to do API monitoring and
testing, use the traffic inspector as well as the performance and usage metrics.
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