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Language You Know

You write the logic, we handle the rest


Multi-Protocol Connection

Thriftly lets you connect with your API using any protocol, without changing your app’s underlying codebase.

You can even mix and match different protocols (including JSON-RPC, SOAP, REST, and Thrift), transports (including TCP/IP sockets and HTTP), and web servers (including Apache HTTP Server, Microsoft IIS, and NGINX) to serve up your API however you need.

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Secure API Gateway

Thriftly’s API gateway provides an encrypted SSH connection, ensuring your application, your API, and your data remain secure. Connection management itself is also protected, using OAuth2, API keys, and role-based access control.


Easy Development and Deployment

Thriftly allows you to easily create and deploy an API that exposes key components of your existing Windows application logic. Thriftly Developer allows you to build APIs using the programming languages you already know (including .NET, Java, and DataFlex), while Thriftly Server allows you to easily manage connections and serve up your API.

API Testing Portal

Thriftly provides a built-in testing facility for your API calls to access your data. Test and refine API calls as you develop them, quickly and easily: the parameters and formatting of the response and request data are already built for you.


Geographically Dispersed Servers

Thriftly’s series of region-specific servers:

  • Guarantees optimal bandwidth and response times
  • Provides redundancy and 99.99% uptime
  • Keeps your data close to home, in compliance with regulatory guidelines such as the EU Data Protection Directive

Management Console

Thriftly’s easy-to-use, web-based management console provides everything you need to manage your API and your gateway connection.

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Automatic Documentation

While generating your API, Thriftly creates documentation for you. Thriftly analyzes your application source code and generates a detailed report, which contains both a high-level architectural overview of the application as well as details down to the source level.

Developers can easily get a grasp on what they need to know about the source application, without going through lines and lines of code, while ISV owners can build process and structure to prepare their businesses for the future.

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