Monetizing your API with Azure API Management and Payment provider

 
Russian Intermediate Developer Tools

Explore how you can publish your APIs with Azure API Management, put a price tag on them, and bill it globally. We used our own internal chatbot API for HR-automation for years for dozens of clients. Now we published it to the world - and used the power of Azure API Management for that. Learn what challenges you would need to overcome to make it all work smoothly. The session will explore the integration of Azure API Management, Azure AD B2C, and a global payment provider.

Speaker

Pavel Osadchuk

Indie-hacker behind API.chat

Russian guyovich building calm global company from the not-so-global place. Working for years with .NET and C# starting with WinForms and ending with Blazor. Full-stack software developer, technical entrepreneur, proficient Azure User (my companies went through BizSpark and Microsoft for Startups programs). HackJunction Helsinki 2016 third-place winner in Skype AI Challenge, HackJunction 2014 winner

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