Technology innovations through API Management and Cloud Services

Tether the back to your front end and precipitate all your data securely in the clouds. Create, manage, and deploy sophisticated serverless backends in moments with a straightforward low-code interface.

Transform your business with API consulting services

  • API for Mobile Application Development

    Fastrack your process of development and turn the ideas in your head into applications from prototype to full-build.

  • Cloud API Development

    Use cloud APIs to automate your workflows. In the cloud, synchronize system infrastructures with the features of various service providers. APIs enable this integration, which is crucial for interoperability.

  • Web API Development

    Create full backend systems to deliver compelling web experiences. Web API will provide you with a wide selection of interface applications that can consume your Web API and retrieve data to display to users. To engage with users, Web API does not require you to employ a certain interface or technology.

  • Third-party App Integration (RESTFUL APIS)

    It's a simple 'plug and play' system. If you use a reputable company's third-party APIs, you shouldn't have any issues because maintenance and updates will always be seamless. Previously, every new app developer had to create all of their features from the start. Software developers can now use third-party APIs to access functionality that would have required time and effort to develop otherwise. In order to access rich data, a startup should rely on a well-established third-party API.

  • PEN/Private API Development

    PEN/Private API Development provides a clearer picture of which elements of our system are likely to slow down. Single components become easier to manage. We can track response times, uptimes, and server load, as well as share crucial information with the company's C-level executives.

  • API Gateway/Proxy Development

    The customers are protected from how the application is divided into microservices. API Gateway/Proxy Development protects customers from having to figure out where service instances are located. Provides each client with the best API. The number of requests/roundtrips is reduced.

Our API Management Lifecycle

Reduce the time and expense of onboarding new partners by exposing APIs that eliminate the need for custom coding, allowing them to interact more easily with your environment.

MBaaS dramatically reduces the amount of time and energy required to start enterprise mobile projects by streamlining the process of backend integration. Developers can simply connect to many data sources with MBaaS, allowing them to focus more on front-end creativity and actual innovation.

To govern application logic, metering APIs allow developers to set transaction counters, block quantity counters, feature toggles, and feature thresholds. This means that end-user access to application functionality might be limited.

An API monitor sends requests to the API from a distant machine. The API response is analyzed by the computer for speed, content, and response codes. The monitoring service logs an error if any aspect of the answer falls short of expectations. Frequently, the monitoring provider issues a second test from a different monitoring location almost immediately. If that test fails as well, the monitoring service sends an alert to the API provider or user, informing them that the API is no longer functional. To test whole user scenarios, an API monitor may evaluate a single answer or perform many requests.

These features are taken into account during API development so that traffic control, security, and access policy enforcement can be provided by self-managed or cloud components. On an infrastructure platform built for performance, customer control, and future expansion, well-designed APIs can be shared, secured, distributed, regulated, and monetized.

APIs enable the rapid development of new applications and the creation of seamless experiences across several channels that meet the needs of customers. Techywave, in a variety of industries, provides responsiveness and convenience on a whole new level owing to such connectivity.

Placing a new mediation or abstraction layer between API users (apps, services, and "things") and API providers is the key to API mediation (services and applications). This layer simplifies the developer experience while also maintaining loose coupling by wrapping the backend API (the inner API) and exposing a tailored and managed API (the outer API) to each designated constituency of consumers. The new outer API might also be designed to provide more complex capabilities to your developers, such as a facade on top of the inner API to improve its functionality or simply to stay up with changes in API technologies and best practices.

We Thank Our Competition in The Front-end While Slogging at The Backend

Capabilities of our API Management Lifecycle

Design, build and test APIs

Design and model APIs following specifications. In nearly any language, create stable, reusable API code. Perform basic functional tests on your APIs without incurring any additional costs.

Deploy APIs

In only a few minutes, deploy backends. Cloud-hosted API deployment from popular data sources will make API deployment more accessible to the general public, making API deployment of a variety of resources easier for developers while also removing the need for a developer to execute the task.

Secure APIs

Reduce your attack risk dramatically. Get precise application security testing that scales like no other. The disadvantage of publicly accessible web APIs is that they can put API providers at risk. APIs are designed to provide outsiders access to your data: each API has an endpoint, which is the server (and its accompanying databases) that replies to API calls.

Manage APIs

With our comprehensive API ecosystem management, monetize your API strategy. Package APIs into products that are suited to certain API consumer markets, all while keeping user access under control.

Analyze APIs

Manage service levels and examine trends, filter, sort, and aggregate API event data into charts, tables, and maps.

Extend and reuse APIs

Reuse code and make use of your company's best practices. Save time by publishing, sharing, and discovering APIs and assets created by other teams.

Why you should choose our API Management Services

  • Efficiency
  • Security
  • Cheaper
  • Faster
  • Consistency
  • Control



Efficient partner and developer onboarding with our bespoke solutions.



Get precise application security testing that scales like no other.



Comprehensive API management solutions at affordable prices



APIs allow for the rapid development of new applications and the delivery of consistent customer experiences across several channels. On the back of such connectivity, Techywave gives responsiveness and convenience on a whole new level in a range of industries.



In a matter of minutes, deploy backends consistently.



Discover our high-quality API services and support for your entire IT department or specific sections of your business, all while preserving complete control over your IT strategy.

The process involved with our API Consultation

Discover & Define

From discovering new services and business models to organizational change, Techywave is your dedicated partner throughout the reshaping process. We take responsibility for the job at hand and establish long-term relationships.

Design & Build

APIs should be designed and modelled in compliance with standards. Create robust, reusable API code in almost any language. Without incurring any additional fees, perform simple functional tests on your APIs

Support & Partner

We help CIOs, CTOs, managers, and directors create world-class, compliant, and tailored-to-their-business solutions. No problem is too difficult for us to overcome if we work together.

DevOps approach to Microservices

The problem with SOA & Monolithic architecture is that the entire platform, including inventory management, payments, and a shopping cart, is constructed as a component of the application in the typical development process. Any change undergoes development and deployment as a single entity.

Microservices design, on the other hand, divides the application into discrete services (inventory management, payment, and shopping cart), each of which may be built and deployed independently. This method isolates any faults with that particular service, reducing their influence on the application.

Enabling Microservices Deployment with DevOps

Microservices enable making version updates that are seamless and have no impact on the rest of the application ecosystem, providing fine-grained granularity of services that can be readily maintained and scaled as per the system's load. It eliminates the chance of a single point of failure by giving each component its own data storage services.

Kubernetes is an orchestration platform that makes enabling microservices deployment with DevOps possible. It is ideal for deploying and running microservices-based applications. It offers the following advantages over traditional SOA & Monolithic Architecture–

  • Creating a microservice for each of your app's fine-grained modules
  • Versioning and storing these containerized apps on a registry where they may be downloaded and used as microservices
  • Self-healing systems are in store
  • With consistent updates rolling out to your microservice, you'll have no downtime.

Techstacks we use

CAPM Stack

  • Open UI5

    OpenUI5 is a JavaScript application framework that allows you to create cross-platform, responsive, and enterprise-ready apps.

  • Capire

  • Mongo DB

    MongoDB is a cross-platform document-oriented database application that is open source. MongoDB is a NoSQL database application that works with JSON-like documents and optional schemas.

  • Node Js

    Node.js is a cross-platform, open-source back-end JavaScript runtime environment that uses the V8 engine to execute JavaScript code outside of a web browser.

MERN Stack

  • Mongo DB

    MongoDB is a document database that stores data as flexible documents and has a query language based on JSON (JavaScript Object Notation).

  • Express Js

    Express JS is a Node.js web application framework. The framework makes it easier to write server code. There is no need for developers to duplicate the same code that was done previously using the Node.js HTTP module.

  • React

    React was created by Facebook engineers. The library is used to create HTML views.

  • Node Js

    Node.js is a cross-platform, open-source back-end JavaScript runtime environment that uses the V8 engine to execute JavaScript code outside of a web browser.

MEAN Stack

  • Mongo DB

    MongoDB is a document database that stores data as flexible documents and has a query language based on JSON (JavaScript Object Notation).

  • Express Js

    Express JS is a Node.js web application framework. The framework makes it easier to write server code. There is no need for developers to duplicate the same code that was done previously using the Node.js HTTP module.

  • Angular

    AngularJS is an open-source front-end web framework for constructing single-page apps based on JavaScript.

  • Node Js

    Node.js is a cross-platform, open-source back-end JavaScript runtime environment that uses the V8 engine to execute JavaScript code outside of a web browser.

Cloudstacks we use

Event Streaming Brokers are game-changers

Event routers are the components that connect event consumers to event producers in an event-driven architecture. Because not all event router implementations are the same and none of them provides an all-in-one solution, picking which one to utilize is dependent on your use case and project requirements.

Understanding their strengths and limitations gives you valuable information that will help you confidently choose which one to employ and navigate its flaws.

The introduction of event streaming message brokers like Apache Kafka changed the possibilities of event-driven architecture.

Yes, both message brokers like RabbitMQ and event streaming routers like Apache Kafka receive events and forward them to consumers, but how they do so differs dramatically.

Empower your Enterprise with our Apache Kafka Services

  • Consulting
  • Development
  • Implementation
  • Integration
  • Support
  • Scaling Up



Our Apache Kafka® consulting packages provide an unbiased and expert examination of your Apache Kafka setup, ensuring that your application is scalable and free of any potential concerns. In terms of open-source technologies, we have the most hands-on experience. Choose from one of our consultation packages and reap the benefits of our systematic approach. We have extensive experience with all elements of Kafka deployment and are available to work on your individual requirements at any moment.



We enable enterprises to provide secure and dependable Apache Kafka services for their enterprise processes.

Our Kafka Development Services include –

  • Development and deployment of Apache Kafka applications
  • Streaming Application Development
  • Deployment Strategies for Resiliency & Availability
  • Apache Kafka Topics Design
  • Apache Kafka Connect Plugin Development
  • Deployment Strategies for Resiliency & Availability



Kafka is a distributed system that uses a high-performance TCP network protocol to communicate between servers and clients. It may be run on bare metal, virtual machines, and containers in both on-premise and cloud contexts. Kafka is distributed across many data centers or cloud regions as a cluster of one or more servers. Brokers are some of the servers that make up the storage layer. Other servers run Kafka Connect, which imports and exports data as event streams in real-time, allowing you to combine Kafka with your existing systems, such as relational databases and other Kafka clusters. A Kafka cluster is extremely scalable and fault-tolerant, allowing you to execute mission-critical use cases: if one of its servers fails, the remaining servers will take up their task to ensure continued operations with little or no data loss.



Our Kafka integration services include –

  • Apache Kafka Integration with End-to-End Expertise Microservices
  • Integration for Communication
  • Design and On-Premise Clusters Integration
  • Integration with Automatic Builds



Our Kafka Support Services –

  • Tuning to Log Collection
  • Metric Monitoring and Alerting
  • Solutions to Data Streaming & Processing Challenges
  • Auto-recovery of Apache Kafka Services

Scaling Up

Scaling Up

Kafka's revolutionary approach was to expand out horizontally via partitions rather than vertically. Horizontally, this entails the addition of additional machines; vertically, it entails the use of larger machines. This means that a well-designed workload will grow out linearly in Kafka. Our bespoke solutions help you tap into the true potential of Kafka's scaling features.

Why you should choose our Kafka Services

Highly secure

Apache Kafka® is the cornerstone and source of truth for data systems for many enterprises. Data security necessitates protecting your event streaming platform. Our bespoke Kafka solutions are tailored to keep your business secure.


Kafka is a data replication system that can handle many subscribers. On message processing, Kafka gives a trustworthy ordering guarantee. All messages sent to the same topic partition are processed in the same order by Kafka. In the event of a malfunction, it also automatically balances customers. That means it's more dependable than other messaging services on the market.


Kafka is a distributed system that can be scaled up and down rapidly and easily without any downtime. Apache Kafka can handle many terabytes of data without incurring a significant amount of overhead.


With an intuitive UI and SQL-based language for easy and rapid development, Techywave's customized Kafka solutions enable you to integrate, process, analyze, visualize, and provide high-volumes of streaming data for your Kafka environments.


Kafka combines the benefits of two communications formats, queuing and publish-subscribe, to give users the best of both. Data processing can be dispersed among numerous consumer instances via queueing, making it highly scalable. Traditional queues, on the other hand, are not multi-subscriber.


The data is written to disc and partitions are dispersed and duplicated across several servers. This helps to protect data from server failure, making it fault-tolerant, robust, and long-lasting.

Industries we work with

Real Estate Real Estate
Tour & Travels Tour & Travels
Education Education
Transport Transport
Events Events
eCommerce eCommerce
Game Game
Healthcare Healthcare
Fintech Fintech
Fitness Fitness
Automobile Automobile

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