The Next-generation API Observability Platform

How do you know if a small code change can take down your site? What's really going on with your APIs? At Akita, we're building tools to help you answer that question.

Akita watches calls to web APIs in order to help you visualize your service graph, monitor your APIs, make sense of your request/response logs, and 💥 catch breaking changes 💥.

By passively watching traffic, Akita integrates in a low-friction, low-risk way, making it possible to run in CI/CD, staging, or production without too much overhead. Akita's API modeling technology to automatically catch breaking changes.

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Watch API Traffic to Non-Network Tests

No network tests? No problem.

Akita works by watching API traffic to build API models. This API traffic does not necessarily need to go over the network.

Akita framework integrations

Akita has integrations with several web frameworks so you can run Akita with your integration tests, without needing the tests to generate network traffic. All you need to do is to change a couple of lines of code, max, and Akita will watch your framework API traffic to generate HTTP Archive (HAR) files that the CLI can use.

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Updated 2 months ago

Watch API Traffic to Non-Network Tests

No network tests? No problem.

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