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New Feature Roundup

New Feature Roundup

By Heitor Tashiro Sergent on .

In this post we wanted to do a quick recap of some of the features we have launched in recent months that you might have missed.

A lot of our work has been behind the scenes, making sure our infrastructure is able to support the growing number of API calls being made through Runscope. We're at a point now where our systems are running over 880,000,000 API calls a month! That's 880 million, or an average of over 29 million API calls a day!

Besides the infrastructure work, we have also released 5 user-facing features in the past few months that we would like to highlight here […]

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Categories: announcements, product


Retry on Failure + Threshold Alerts: Optimize Your Team’s Monitoring Notifications

Retry on Failure + Threshold Alerts: Optimize Your Team’s Monitoring Notifications

By Heitor Tashiro Sergent on .

Have you ever been notified of an API monitoring error late at night, only to find out that it was a temporary network error? Or do you have false positives in your API monitoring data that are affecting your customer reports?

Timeout errors can affect any API, maybe because of a temporary bad internet connection, or a complex database operation. And a lot of times, a simple re-run might return a 200 response. That's why we recently added a new feature...

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Categories: announcements, product, monitoring


Announcing Microsoft Teams Integration

By Heitor Tashiro Sergent on .

At the beginning of November, Microsoft joined the chat-based workspace apps with Microsoft Teams to compete with Slack, HipChat, and others. It's fully integrated with Office 365, and has features that users of other apps have come to know and love such as bots and connectors, and some new cool ideas like tabs.

Here at Runscope, we know that regardless of the chat application your company uses, monitoring your APIs and being quickly notified of any errors is important...

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Categories: announcements, integrations, monitoring


Monitor Your Webhook Workflows with New Incoming Requests for API Tests

By John Sheehan on .

API testing and monitoring has traditionally focused solely on outbound requests that simulate what a client of a particular API or endpoint would experience. But APIs are increasingly becoming a two-way conversation, with data flowing into apps asynchronously based on events happening (e.g. GitHub commits, Twilio text messages received, bots receiving requests, etc.).

The most popular way this occurs is via a pattern known as webhooks. Testing them can be difficult...

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Categories: announcements, monitoring, testing


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