Nov 17 2017

ColdFusion Summit 2017 - API Manager Performance.

Posted by Mike Brunt at 12:32 PM Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | CloudComputing | Languages | Performance | JavaEE | Caching | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE | API Manager | Security

Here we are at day two of the 2017 ColdFusion conference.  Adobe are pushing quite hard on the ColdFusion API Manager which to me makes good sense, as standard web-application server technologies are waning in the face of mobile/device based application development.  I presented on this yesterday, my focus being on the internals of the API manager, on researching this I quickly realized that this is a quite complex technology involving both Java and Redis (written in C).  What I quickly realized is that performance will be a key need, Adobe released an opening document on this here which will be helpful.  However as any API Manager/Gateway adds another layer to infrastructure and that can be across a network hop ot hops, we will need to get much more detailed on performance tweaks and tips.

With this in mind, I intend to create a public "gitbook" on the internals of API Manager; more soon.