How some companies are using Moesif: REST API debugging


REST API debugging
How an accounting platform use Moesif to debug API errors seen in development.

This customer is a web based accounting platform for startup founders and small businesses for bookkeeping, invoicing, payroll, and more based out of Texas. This company has numerous dashbpards, KPIs, and metrics for data driven founders and small business owners rolled up from accounting, business management, and financial analytics. Their customers are also able to talk to a live accountant directly in the platform for responsive accounting and tax services.

The company has an API powered using Java Servlets and the Jersey framework. They were able to integrate the Java Servlet SDK which is a unified SDK for any Java framework compatible with Java Servlet. Moesif gives the development team far more visibility into the API traffic while testing new API features. When an API error occurs, Their developers can trace all the way back to the originating call and inspect the HTTP payload. They also integrates with many other platforms through their 3rd party integration hub. Moesif allows their developers to monitor those 3rd party integrations along with their own APIs. Moesif uses advanced anomaly detection and correlation to detect new issues with each integration and send a Slack and email alert.


Enterprise API monitoring
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Monitoring serverless apps
How an analytics SaaS solution use Moesif to monitor their APIs running on AWS Lambda.

API Developer Experience
How an API vendor uses Moesif to improve their developer experience.

Customer technical support resolution
How an online marketplace uses Moesif to help identify and resolve customer issues quickly.

Developer collaboration
How a mobile app uses Moesif for internal collaborations between their backend API and the mobile app developers?

Mobile API monitoring
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