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How Akita Works

The first API-centric observability platform

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Akita watches your APIs to help you understand system changes

Passive Monitoring

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Akita’s low-friction deployment model is based on passively monitoring API traffic. Our agent uses network sniffing to pick up traffic across your services. Additionally, we provide multiple integrations in situations where network sniffing is not enough, for instance in testing frameworks.

API Modeling

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Akita automatically infers endpoint-centric properties about your APIs, from endpoint structure, to data format, to performance information. Our unique method enables you to understand your service behavior, without having to instrument each service.

Automatically Detect Breaking Changes

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Akita’s API models make it possible to automatically detect changes to endpoint structure, data formats, and more. Catch breaking changes, without requiring your developers to annotate code and APIs.

Integrations

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Languages

Working purely through watching API traffic, Akita is language-agnostic and operates with all languages.

Web Framework

Interested in using Akita to watch non-network traffic? We support the following integrations:

Django
FastAPI
Flask
Rails
More coming soon
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Protocols

Akita’s current protocols:

HTTP/REST
GraphQL
Coming soon
gRPC
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CI/CD

Akita runs with any CI/CD system.

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Source Control

Akita’s source control:

GitHub
GitLab
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Clouds, Platforms & Containers

Docker
AWS
Heroku
Kubernetes
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