What Akita Gives You

Drop Akita into your staging and production deployments to get a continuously updated view of your systems. Akita does this using eBPF, so you don't have to change any code.

API Models

Akita automatically infers API models by watching traffic. Run any amount of traffic through Akita and you'll get an explorable view of your API endpoints that you can filter according to data type and more. You may export this as a well-formed OpenAPI 3 specification to use with other API tools.

API Monitoring

A static view of your API endpoints alone isn't always the most useful. Akita also gives you drop-in monitoring across your API endpoints. Use this for helping prioritize other tasks involving API endpoints, or for general monitoring. (🚧 COMING SOON 🚧: alerts.)

Change Reports

To help you keep up with what to keep attention to across your APIs, Akita provides change reports that summarize:

  • Changes to endpoint fields.
  • Changes to data types.
  • New endpoints observed and endpoints no longer observed.
  • Changes to latency, throughput, and errors.

Service Graph

To help you understand API interactions across your services, Akita also automatically infers the structure of your ApI graph, allowing you to explore API communication across services


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