Amazon API Gateway vs tenefit.cloud
This Amazon API Gateway vs tenefit.cloud comparison was created based on reviews from developers and our best attempts to perform analysis by looking at documentation and other publicly available resources.
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Amazon API Gateway
|Getting started and developer experience|
Time to "hello world"
Reviewed by 3+ independent developers
Ratings were given based on the average amount of time it takes to sign up to a new account and publish the first message.
4 / 5
5 = <30 min
3 / 5
5 = <30 min
Demos / Tutorials
A selection of online demos and tutorials so you can test and see the code in action.Explore Ably's tutorials for our pub/sub messaging platform
Reviewed by 3+ independent developersExplore Ably's documentation for our pub/sub messaging platform
4.33 / 5
Getting started guides5 / 5
Information architecture and developer journey4 / 5
API reference documentation4 / 5
Readability, design and navigation4 / 5
Quality of code5 / 5
Breadth and quality of tutorials4 / 5
“The Amazon API Gateway documentation is broadly partitioned into getting started guides, tutorials, service features, references, and misc info, such as FAQs. The information architecture and navigation experience are mostly good. However, the developer journey is not straightforward since API Gateway works with other AWS services, such as IAM and AWS Lambda. You need to look at the respective products' documentation to understand how they work together with the API Gateway. The documentation provides tutorials for most API Gateway features, but the code examples are limited to Node.js and Python.”
2.33 / 5
Getting started guides2 / 5
Information architecture and developer journey2 / 5
API reference documentation1 / 5
Readability, design and navigation4 / 5
Quality of code3 / 5
Breadth and quality of tutorials2 / 5
“tenefit.cloud documentation is schematic and not informative. It gives you a very quick overview of the solution and some other lightweight details on usage. There are no technical details about how tenefit.cloud works, nothing about the quality of service, reconnections, conflation, deltas, or any of the features mentioned on the product page. There’s no API reference to consume because tenefit.cloud uses SSE APIs in the browser rather than provide proprietary APIs. At least the docs are designed in a readable way, and the nav is intuitive. However, with almost no getting started guides, seldom code snippets, only a couple of simplistic tutorials, and no depth in general, tenefit.cloud documentation is opaque and insufficient for developers.“
Dashboard or dev console
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4.33 / 5
Ease of use3 / 5
Stats and reports5 / 5
Functionality5 / 5
“The Amazon API Gateway console is easy to use, but only once you know your way around it. More tooltips and contextual help would have been great. The console provides ways of creating APIs and integrating them with backend services. It also provides different metrics, such as the number of API calls and errors or latency-related stats. The console has all required core functionality for API configuration options such as updating, deleting, deploying, or integrating them with various services. The interface could do with a refresh, as the design is by no means visually appealing.”
2.67 / 5
Ease of use5 / 5
Stats and reports1 / 5
Functionality2 / 5
“tenefit.cloud has a simplistic console, which allows you to connect to Kafka topics and map them to front end URLs that clients can subscribe to. It is easy to use since there are only a few actions you can perform. The UI is simple and unpolished. The functionality is limited, and there is practically no reporting available, no way to do debugging, and not even an advanced setting.“
Note: Only official SDKs were taken into account.Explore Ably's 25+ SDKs for our pub/sub messaging platform
8 AWS SDKs to use the Amazon API Gateway service
tenefit.cloud has no proprietary client SDKs or APIs
Reviewed by 3+ independent developers
4.25 / 5
API consistency across SDKs4 / 5
Well structured4 / 5
Intuitive4 / 5
Simple5 / 5
“The Amazon API Gateway service APIs are part of the standard AWS SDKs. The API Gateway docs provide separate reference pages for each programming language. The APIs are largely consistent, barring some language-specific constructs. Once you learn your way around the console and go through the API reference, the APIs are pretty easy to use.”
1 / 5
API consistency across SDKs1 / 5
Well structured1 / 5
Intuitive1 / 5
Simple1 / 5
“tenefit.cloud does not provide any proprietary APIs. It uses the W3C standard SSE APIs available in the browser, so there is nothing to rate.“
Amazon API Gateway
|"Hello world" code example|
Amazon API Gateway
Pub/Sub is a design pattern that lets any number of publishers (producers) push messages to channels (also known as topics). Multiple subscribers (consumers) can subscribe to a channel to consume published messages.Explore Ably's pub/sub messaging implementation
tenefit.cloud allows clients to subscribe to Kafka topics to consume messages via a pub/sub paradigm. However, client apps cannot publish messages to Kafka.
A message queue is a form of asynchronous service-to-service communication. Messages are stored on a queue until they are processed. Note that each message is only consumed by one subscriber (consumer).Explore Ably's message queues implementation
Presence enables you to track the online and offline status of devices and end-users in real time and to store their state. Essential for chat apps and multiplayer games.Explore Ably's presence implementation
Message history provides a means to retrieve previously published messages. For this to be possible, message data must be stored (persisted) somewhere.Explore Ably's message history implementation
Connection state recovery (stream resume)
In the case of unreliable network conditions, clients may suddenly disconnect.Connection state recovery ensures that when they reconnect, the data stream resumes exactly where it left off.Explore Ably' s connection state recovery implementation
Guaranteed message ordering
Ordering ensures that messages are delivered to consumers in the same order that producers publish them.Explore Ably' s guaranteed message ordering implementation
Exactly-once is a system-wide data integrity guarantee that ensures each message is delivered to consumers exactly-once.Explore Ably' s idempotent publishing implementation
Message delta compression
Message delta compression enables you to only send the changes from the previous message to subscribers each time there’s an update, instead of the entire message. Useful for use cases where there is a significant degree of similarity between successive messages.Explore Ably' s message delta compression implementation
Native push notifications
Native push notifications can be used to deliver messages even when clients are offline. Useful for geolocation updates or news alerts.Explore Ably's push notifications implementation
Webhooks provide a mechanism to get messages and other types of events (such as clients entering or leaving channels) pushed to your servers over HTTP.Explore Ably's webhooks implementation
A serverless function is essentially an isolated, single-purpose piece of code that is only executed when it’ triggered by an event. For example, you can use serverless functions to send a welcome message to clients when they become present on chat channels.
Note that serverless functions are usually fully managed by cloud vendors.Explore Ably's serverless functions implementation
Can only trigger AWS Lambda functions. Amazon API Gateway doesn’t have in-built support for other serverless platforms, such as Azure Functions or Google Cloud Functions.
Which popular services & systems are Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud integrated with?Explore Ably's library of integrations
Known limits and constraints
Find out practical limits, such as the maximum message size, or the maximum number of concurrent connections.Explore the practical limits of the Ably pub/sub messaging platform
10.000 requests per second (default quota)
Maximum message size
128 KB for WebSocket APIs
10 MB for REST APIs
Maximum number of channels
Maximum number of concurrent connections
Amazon API Gateway doesn't enforce a quota on concurrent connections. The maximum number of concurrent connections is determined by the rate of new connections per second and a maximum connection duration of two hours.
|Supported development platforms, languages, open protocols and cloud models|
Development platforms & operating systems
Which popular development platforms and operating systems do Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud support via official SDKs?Explore the development platforms supported by Ably
Which popular programming languages do Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud support via offical SDKs?Explore the programming languages supported by Ably
Which popular open protocols do Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud support?Explore the open protocols supported by Ably
Which popular cloud models do Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud support?
|Global and reliable edge service|
Edge messaging network with latency-based routing
Latency-based routing ensures that clients are always routed to the nearest datacenter and point of presence.Explore Ably's routing mechanism that mitigates network and DNS issues
Multi-region data replication (message durability)
Multi-region data replication (storage) protects against single points of failure and ensures message data durability.Learn how Ably ensures message durability
Here’s what the most common SLAs amount to in terms of downtime over a calendar year:
99.999% SLA = 5m 15s downtime per year
99.99% SLA = 52m 35s downtime per year
99.95% SLA = 4h 22m 58s downtime per year
99.9% SLA = 8h 45m 56s downtime per year
99% SLA = 3d 15h 39m 29s downtime per year
Quality of Service
What QoS guarantees do Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud provide natively?Explore Ably's availability and uptime guarantees for our pub/sub messaging platform
API key authentication
The simplest way to authenticate. Involves using private API keys that you can usually create and edit via a dashboard. Recommended to be used server-side, as private API keys shouldn’t be shared with untrusted parties.Explore Ably's implementation of API key authentication
Which popular token-based authentication mechanisms do Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud support?
Note that token-based authentication is usually the recommended strategy on the client-side as it provides more fine-grained access control and limits the risk of credentials being compromised.Explore Ably's implementation of token-based authentication
Configurable rules and permissions
Which types of configurable rules and permissions do Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud support?Explore Ably's configurable rules and permissions
Which types of message encryption do Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud support?Explore Ably's message encryption mechanisms
Which formal certifications are Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud compliant with?Explore Ably's security and compliance for our pub/sub messaging platform
|Pricing & Support|
What do the free packages offered by Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud consist of?Explore Ably's free package for our pub/sub messaging platform
The Amazon API Gateway free package includes one million API calls received for REST APIs, one million API calls for HTTP APIs, one million messages, and 750,000 connection minutes for WebSocket APIs per month for up to 12 months. Beyond the 12 months, there is no free package.
There doesn’t seem to be a free package.
How are the Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud pricing models calculated?Explore Ably's pricing model for our pub/sub messaging platform
Amazon API Gateway pricing is usage-based and calculated per month.
You pay for the number of API calls per month:
- $1 per million calls for the first 300 million.
- For 300+ million calls, the price is $0.90 per million.
You pay for the number of requests per month:
- $3.50 per million calls for the first 333 million requests.
- For the next 667 million requests, the price is $2.80 per million.
You can optionally provision dedicated caching for REST APIs, which is also charged. For example, the price for a cache memory size of 237 GB is $3.80 per hour.
You pay for message transfer (requests) and connection minutes:
- $1 per million requests per month (for the first 1 billion. If you exceed 1 billion requests, the pricing is $0.80 per million).
- $0.25 per million connection minutes.
Note that we have used US East (Ohio) as a reference point, but the pricing values differ across regions.
You may also incur additional charges for external data transfers or if you use Amazon API Gateway in conjunction with other AWS services (such as AWS Lambda).
What benefits do the Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud enterprise packages offer?Explore Ably's enterprise package for our pub/sub messaging platform
There is no Amazon API Gateway-specific enterprise package.
Reviewed by 3+ independent developersExplore Ably's community support channel for our pub/sub messaging platform
4.50 / 5
Presence on multiple channels4 / 5
Size and activity5 / 5
“Among the AWS ecosystem, Amazon API Gateway seems to be one of the most popular products, which makes sense since it allows you to build your very own APIs. There are many GitHub repos created by the community, some of which have hundreds of stars. There are over 5000 questions on Stack Overflow under the aws-api-gateway tag, some of which have hundreds of thousands of views. It’s a big, active, and interested community.”
1 / 5
Presence on multiple channels1 / 5
Size and activity1 / 5
“tenefit.cloud doesn’t seem to have a community. There aren’t any forums. There’s no Stack Overflow presence, no community-made libraries. There’s only a couple of repos on GitHub, but that’s about it.”
What types of support options and response times do Amazon API Gateway and tenefit.cloud offer?Explore Ably's support options for our pub/sub messaging platform
General support options
Email, support ticket, phone, technical documentation, community support (e.g. forums or Stack Overflow).
Amazon offers an enterprise package, which includes 24/7 phone, email, and chat access to Cloud Support Engineers, Infrastructure Event Management support, and a designated technical account manager.
< 24 hours for general guidance queries
< 1 hour for Production system down incidents (only applies to Business & Enterprise support packages).
General support options
Chat, email, phone, lightweight documentation
There is only one level of support, Platinum Level, which includes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week assistance.
Between 1 hour (severity 1 cases) and 5 business days (severity 4 cases).
Disclaimer: The information presented for Amazon API Gateway was last updated on 17 December 2020 and on 9 December 2020 for tenefit.cloud. It is possible that some details may now be out of date. If you think that’s the case, please let us know so we can update them. In any case, you should not rely solely on the information presented here and must check with each provider before deciding to integrate or buy any of these two solutions.
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