CA API Management is an API Management solution that allows you to create, secure, deliver and manage the full lifecycle of APIs and microservices at scale. It includes tools for API creation, management, gateway, security, and analytics.
By connecting CA API Management with Runscope, you can import any API or microservices endpoints from your CA API Gateway in seconds and start monitoring your systems, collecting API data, and transforming them into actionable insights.
The CA API Management integration requires a qualifying plan. Contact Sales to get started.
- Runscope Account
- CA API Gateway - Version 9.2 or higher (you can sign up for a free 30-day trial)
- API Test Toolkit - Click here to download
- Installing the API Test Toolkit for CA API Gateway
- Importing API Management Endpoints into Runscope
Installing the API Test Toolkit for CA API Gateway
The first step in our integration is to install the API Test Toolkit for the CA API Gateway. You can download the toolkit (.sskar) file here.
Next, log in to your Policy Manager and navigate to Tasks -> Extensions and Add-Ons -> Manage Solution Kits:
Click Install in the Manage Solution Kit dialog:
Select the API Test Toolkit .sskar file and click Next:
Follow the next steps in the wizard:
And you’re all set! Now onto the Runscope part.
Importing API Management Endpoints into Runscope
In your Runscope account, go to a bucket's dashboard and select Import Test at the bottom:
Select CA API Gateway from the list and click on Connect API Gateway Account:
Connecting Your CA API Gateway Account
Fill in the fields with your CA API Gateway URL, username and password, and select Connect Account:
After successfully connecting to your CA API Gateway URL, you should see a list of all available folders and endpoints.
You can select a folder to import all endpoints inside it, or expand each folder to select individual endpoints. After you finish selecting the folders/endpoints you want to import, select Import Selected Tests:
If the import was successful, you should see a list of all the tests that were created inside of Runscope:
The tests follow the same naming convention as the CA API Gateway folders. Folders that contain more than 50 endpoints are split into multiple tests (for example, AuthorizationServer has 120 endpoints, it'll be split into AuthorizationServer 1 and 2 with 50 endpoints each, and AuthorizationServer 3 with the remaining 20 endpoints).
Clicking on one of the test on the list will take you directly to that test's editor screen:
Having trouble configuring the CA API Management integration? Contact our support team.