The Akita beta works for REST APIs and runs best on Docker, container platforms, and Kubernetes.
The Akita Agent should work out-of-the-box for any system that:
- Supports packet capture or is a container with kernel privileges, and
- Has root privileges or
The Akita Agent runs on Linux and macOS on both 64-bit AMD/Intel architectures and M1 & M2.
We do not yet have official Windows support for the Akita Agent. While our users have gotten Akita to work as a container within the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), it does not currently work to trace Windows APIs from a Docker container in WSL.
Akita currently supports only REST APIs, and the most popular API content types. Don’t see something you want supported? We welcome requests!
Supported Content-Types include:
Character Set Support
By default, Akita supports the UTF-8 and ASCII character sets. If your API is using a different character set (example: latin-1) you will need to specify it using the
charsetattribute in the
Use a PAAS and really wish you could use Akita on it? Let us know!
You can still check out what Akita has to offer via the OpenAPI Spec Generator Chrome Extension.
And, in the meantime, please get in the touch with a request to support your tech stack.
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Updated 3 months ago