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Moesif's New Usage-Based Pricing Model

This month at Moesif, we released a new usage-based pricing model for our platform. With these changes, we have brought in a new pricing scheme that is better aligned with customer value and requirements. In this article, we will walk through the history of pricing at Moesif and how we designed our latest pricing update, which is our third iteration.


Commercializing your APIs

No go-to-market strategy is complete without having a way to generate revenue from your product. APIs are no different. Indeed, in today’s flourishing API economy, you have a great opportunity to unlock revenue and really make your API work for you. All you need is a sound strategy to commercialize your API product and the right tools to support your monetary goals.


Debugging Production APIs with Postman and Moesif

Debugging APIs can be a challenge for any developer dealing with REST APIs. Trying to create an exact API request, especially for highly complex requests with large bodies and multiple headers, is essential but also tough to do. By using a tool like Postman to create a request for debugging and API testing purposes, you can easily replay an API request with the exact configuration of the original request.


SaaS Billing Best Practices: What You Need to Know

Having the right pricing model and billing software is extremely important for any SaaS company. Setting up a recurring billing solution for your SaaS product users may seem like a lofty goal, but can be easily tackled with the help of subscription billing software: One thing is certain: doing it manually or with software that is not geared for on-demand software is a waste of time and company resources.


End-to-end Monetization with Kong, Stripe, and Moesif

Many API developers and companies struggle to find ways to easily set up systems to monetize their APIs. Some are simple but not customizable while others are complex and require massive engineering effort to actually get it all running. To make things easier, Moesif created the Billing Meters feature which allows for massive customization with a minimal amount of code and engineering effort.


Enabling API Monetization with Moesif

As an API provider, you probably picture bringing in some type of revenue as part of your API business model. When you first begin the journey of monetizing your API product, you’ll likely find that the complexities of monetization run deep. Much of the time, solving this problem extends beyond the capabilities of a typical API gateway or API management platform.

Streamlining Platform Engineering and Operations to Maximize Impact

Join Derric Gilling, CEO at Moesif, panel host Budha Bhattacharya, Product Evangilist at Tyk, and Kin Lane, Chief Evangilist at Postman, as they discuss streamlining platform engineering and operations to maximize impact. At this in-person Meetup at the Moesif headquarters, the panel discusses the efficiency goals that can be set within your company, the difference between DevOps and Platform Engineering, and how platform engineering can level up your organization.

Building a RESTful Minimal API with .NET Core 7

.NET Core and ASP.NET Core are popular frameworks for creating powerful RESTful APIs. In this tutorial, we will use it to develop a simple Minimal API that simulates a credit score rating. Minimal APIs provide a streamlined approach to creating high-performing HTTP APIs using ASP.NET Core. They allow you to construct complete REST endpoints with minimal setup and code easily.


How to Build an API With Python Flask

Python Flask is a popular framework for building web applications and APIs in Python. It provides developers with a quick and easy way to create RESTful APIs that can be used by other software applications. Flask is lightweight and requires minimal setup, making it a great choice for building small to medium-sized APIs. This makes Flask an ideal choice for developers looking to build robust and scalable APIs in Python. This example will review how to create a simple rest API Flask tutorial.