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Teaching How to Design and Secure an API with Oracle API Platform by Carlos Rodriguez Iturria

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption


imageThe image below shows an easy to understand architecture with the various components mentioned above:

Are you ready? Let’s do it!


It is expected that you have access to the Oracle API Platform, if not, you can request a free trial at https://cloud.oracle.com/tryit

Also, it is assumed that you have already created your GitHub repository by forking from the MedRec SolutionsANZ repository and obtaining with this the full MedRec NodeJS application with its own API Swagger definition. If you have not completed these pre-requisites steps, please refer to this precursor blog.

API Design – Creating the API Definition with Apiary

In this section you are going to create a new personal Apiary account (in case you still don’t have one) and create a new API Project using the existing MedRec API Swagger definition from the MedRec SolutionsANZ repository.

If you still don’t have a personal Apiary account, follow the next steps:

  • Go to https://apiary.io/
  • You can click on Sign up on the top right corner or in this case we can sign up for free git GitHub, assuming that you already have a GitHub account from the previous blog.

Read the complete article here.

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