OpenLegacy API Integration Platform 3.0 Accelerates Enterprise Digital Adoption

Princeton, NJ, May 26, 2016 – OpenLegacy, the API integration platform provider, announces the availability of Version 3.0, containing new features that enable enterprises to extend and connect any backend system to digital consumers.

The API management console delivers the ability to control and manage APIs across the entire enterprise. Instead of managing API by API, OpenLegacy’s newly released 3.0 allows administrators to manage the API lifecycle including analytics, versioning, caching, security and operations of each API to further increase system efficiency.

“Enterprises can now approach legacy system extension and connection from a strategic level, delivering customer-focused results,” said Hans Otharsson, Chief Operations Officer, OpenLegacy. “Our customers have already been using our platform in clever and innovative ways and now can further expand on the flexibility and power of an API integration strategy in lieu of other, more time consuming and complex integration approaches.”

The new release provides enhanced enterprise solution capabilities for API management, security, deployment and performance.  Instead of simply providing a solution for a specific technical problem - connecting back-end systems to new protocols, OpenLegacy now allows the ability to create complete business solutions out-of-the-box including everything needed to work within a customer’s digital economy.

The new features include:

  • The new Unified Management Console is now the primary location from which to control the operation of the OpenLegacy platform along with full API lifecycle management and API usage statistics.
  • Additional security features greatly enhance and improve the control over the back- end security far beyond what they previously had through authentication, access, data, and content control.
  • Enhanced deployment and performance features including one-click deployment as secure APIs, workload balancing, deep caching, and scalable containers.