Below are the actions made from Apinizer’s Development menu.


The APINIZER - API Management module allows you to set up your APIs, determine usage policies, control access, collect usage statistics, and analyze them.


The gateway is used to distinguish between APIs and the outside world, especially to address security concerns. Through the definitions on the gateway, it is possible to control and transform traffic management and incoming and outgoing messages.

Authentication, authorization control, content filtering, speed limiting, quota application, versioning, cache usage, logging and so on. In addition to operations, protocol or message conversions, data masking, joining or splitting operations can be given as examples of operations on the gateway.


Applications can be added to the current gateways by selecting the current gateways.

Policy Groups

Policies that have the same and common characteristics for the gateways can be defined as a policy group. The policy group can be assigned to the gateway when the gateway is created.


The variable is defined to reach the value in a specific field in the header, body, or parameter of the message from the client.

IP Groups

IP Group; A group is defined to manage the IP or host together.

Authentication Services

The authentication service specifies the user pool to be exported to clients.Authentication services can be defined through database, LDAP or memory types. These default authentication services are used during policy creation.


Database and LDAP connection pools can be created.

SLAs and Actions

With APINIZER, you can make SLA definitions to raise the service quality of your APIs. Since APINIZER has a rich logging architecture, and allows to define specialized queries, it allows you to define many varieties of SLAs.

  • You can define various rules for gateways/ servers and define the actions to be performed.


Add and Manage certificates on Certificates page. Add and Manage keys on Keys page. Revoked certificates can view with CRL page.