The Postman API Platform
Manage your API data via Postman’s desktop, web, CLI, and/or API interfaces
A range of partner integrations and public APIs in the Postman API Network
Security and governance services designed for enterprise deployments
A range of tools that enable teams to share and collaborate on APIs
A comprehensive suite of services for managing the entire API lifecycle
Core services for managing API requests, collections, and authorization
Faster API Development
Faster Bug Fixes
More Effective API Collaboration
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Explore and test your APIs using Postman’s web and desktop client, and use Postman’s CLI to execute collections directly from the command-line.
Organize your workflow around your API with Postman’s new API features.
Interact with Postman through Newman, our powerful command-line collection runner
Access your Postman data through the Postman API
Search and discover new APIs and integrations in Postman’s extensive API directory and pre-built connectors.
Discover and get started with new APIs quickly
Set up pre-built integrations between Postman and other systems
Create a secure and governed API testing and deployment environment with SSO, user-based access controls, dedicated IP Addresses, and audit logs.
Configure single sign-on (SSO) to simplify user authentication
Roles & Permissions
Define roles and permissions to control user access
Dedicated IP Addresses
Run Postman Monitors against private APIs securely
Automatically track and review user activities
Share collections among your team and partners, and collaborate on APIs by setting up user permissions, teams and workspaces
Manage user access and permissions
Setup teams to share and collaborate on APIs
Collaborate on APIs in a dedicated workspace
Post and share comments on collections and requests
Manage and track multiple versions of APIs
Use Postman to manage your end-to-end API lifecycle, from design, mocking, testing, and deploying, all the way to maintenance and deprecation.
Setup mock servers to simulate APIs
Generate and share documentation for your API
Write test scripts to ensure API is working as expected
Automatically store historical API requests
Stay up to date on the health and performance of APIs
Use Postman’s Platform Runtime Services to manage your API collections, workspaces, examples and environments.
Ensure that client requests access data securely
Make API requests and visualize responses in the Postman client
Organize your API requests into folders and groupings
Tightly couple mock requests and responses
Run requests and collections against different data sets