Use Cloud Endpoints to manage APIs
Google Cloud Platform supports using Cloud Endpoints to manage an API running in Compute Engine, Kubernetes Engine, or App Engine flexible environment. Cloud Endpoints let you manage and control access to your APIs. You can keep APIs private or share them with partners, and you can monitor API usage.
Cloud Endpoints overview
For a general overview of using Cloud Endpoints to manage your APIs, see What is Cloud Endpoints. This article describes what you can do with Cloud Endpoints and links to more detailed information.
Viewing API metrics in the console
Cloud Endpoints tracks certain usage metrics for activity and performance, and makes these available for viewing in various graphs in the Cloud Platform Console. For a description of what these graphs contain, see Viewing API Metrics in the Google Cloud Platform documentation.
Share your API with developers
Cloud Endpoints APIs are private by default, so only members of the project who manage the API can see it. To make your API available to other developers:
- Go to the Cloud Platform Console.
- From the projects list, select a project.
- Open the console left side menu and select Endpoints.
- Select your API.
- Click Share API.
- To add a user or Google Group email address, click Add developers.
For more information, see Sharing an API.