Axway AMPLIFY Streams augments your application programming interface (API) infrastructure with an event-driven layer for publishing data from your APIs. This is possible by making the APIs available as real-time streams of events that can be consumed by web, mobile or any other applications. Instead of the traditional request-response paradigm and limitations, Streams uses server-sent events (SSE) to push data to subscribed clients.

The table lists some features of Streams.

Feature Description
Incremental updates Replacing polling by pushing is not enough to minimize data consumption. That’s why Streams only pushes the portion of data that has changed.
Push Updates are pushed to the client using SSE. By providing fallback mechanisms, Streams also works with older browsers.
API cache To reduce server load and latency, Streams has a cache mechanism to broadcast events to all clients subscribed to the same topic.

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Jun 06, 2019

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