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About this Episode
API reliability is a crucial metric of continuous API quality. For today's site reliability APIs must be able to perform as expected under various types of stress from the real world. In this episode, discover how to unify your functional and nonfunctional API testing, allowing you to use existing functional tests as load tests. Patrick Poulin, CEO of API Fortress, will share some ways you can gain a holistic understanding of your API performance, as well as how to stress test endpoints and full API flows.
About Patrick Poulin
Patrick Poulin is the co-founder and CEO of API Fortress, an API testing automation platform that was built from the ground up for continuous API testing and unlimited functional uptime monitoring. Prior to API Fortress, Patrick worked as the API evangelist at Getty Images. Before that, he ran the retail vertical for Usablenet where they built the first mobile websites and apps for companies including Tesco, Target, Macy’s, MAC Cosmetics, and 70 other major brands.
Connect with Patrick Poulin
- Twitter: @apifortress
- YouTube: apifortress
- Blog: Apifortress Blog
- LinkedIn: Patrick Poulin
- Company: Apifortress
API Fortress offers an API Testing University at: https://apifortress.com/doc/apifu_toc/
API Fortress also offers Unlimited Monitoring of Internal APIs with zero metered usage fees. Find out more (and see a demo) at: https://apifortress.com/products/internal-api-monitors/.
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