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Implementing Oracle API Gateway

Implementing Oracle API Gateway

Play around with Oracle API Gateway and use the same techniques in your real-world projects, like when you write code.

What you’ll learn

Implementing Oracle API Gateway

  • The Oracle API Gateway should be set up.
  • How to use and set up different backends.
  • It is possible to set up different rules for how requests and responses should happen.
  • The Oracle API Gateway can help you protect your backend APIs.


  • As a result, there are no prerequisites for learning about the Oracle API Gateway. However, if you already know how to use REST APIs, this will be a big help.


This course is meant to teach you how to use the Oracle API Gateway from start to finish, with a lot of examples to show you how. In this course, we learned about the Oracle API Gateway, its features, and how to navigate the API Gateway.

This course will show you how to set up the API Gateway to help you understand how it works and what you need to do before you start using it for your customers or organizations.

There is a course in this that will help you learn Oracle API Gateway very quickly. After this class, you will be able to set up the Oracle API Gateway on your own.

The following are some of the things that this class will cover:

  • Take a quick look at what the Oracle API Gateway can do.
  • The Oracle API Gateway has a lot of different features.
  • People who want to use Oracle API GW need to have certain things before they can start.
  • Create the resources you need to make an API GW.
  • How do I set up an API GW?
  • Make sure that the backend APIs are set up so that API GW can talk to them.
  • Implement different request policies, such as validations, transformations, and so on.
  • Fetch the values of the query and the path parameters that are in the query.
  • Implement response policies, such as changing the headers of emails.
  • It’s important to follow global rules like CORS and rate-limiting.
  • Safeguard your API GW resources.
  • Understanding and putting in place logging policies
  • Out of the box (OOTB) metrics are important to know.

After you finish this course, you will be very good at the Oracle API Gateway and be able to work on your own without help.

Enjoy this course, and keep asking questions if you have any problems or questions.

Who this course is for:

  • Will help all the people who make and manage APIs in the company.
  • This class is for people who work with APIs.

Implementing Oracle API Gateway

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