Dashboard

Secure and manage your APIs, then open them to the world within minutes, without touching a single line of code.

Add power to your APIs

The Tyk Dashboard allows you to design, maintain, manage, promote and protect your APIs quickly and easily, using our open source gateway combined with a sleek user interface control panel and powerful CI/CD integrations. Everything in the dashboard is also an API – so you can integrate and automate everything.

Add power to REST and GraphQL APIs with Dashboard features including access policies, rate-limiting, analytics, and developer portal.

Access to the Dashboard is available out-of-the-box, whether you’re using Tyk Cloud or Tyk self-managed – helping you handle the whole API lifecycle at-a-glance; easily, intuitively, and with minimum fuss. Get started here.

Intuitive User Interface

Design Endpoints with a GUI

Build your REST APIs & Endpoints using a simple UI or create a powerful Universal Data Graph with no-code required, extend Tyk with a range of plugins available in the visual Endpoint designer.

No staring at JSON files or manually stitching together data-sources: any one of your users can view and edit your API through a user-friendly interface, whatever your level of technical knowledge.

Need to find and exchange an API, Policy or Key quickly? Use the search component to maximise efficiency and minimise errors.

Inbuilt Analytics

Interrogate API usage with powerful analytics

Continuously improve and iterate your API with Tyk Dashboard’s inbuilt analytics, providing you with actionable information about how your API is being consumed.

Learn more about API usage, errors and logs to get rid of expensive downtime, and focus efforts on improving your API user experience.

Discover popular use cases, locations, endpoints and keys for your API to improve your API marketing, documentation, and community efforts.

Everything in one place

Unify your API management

Use the Dashboard and it’s API’s to manage your API Policies, Keys and Developers, all from one place.

Have complete control over who is accessing your API, and how, through keys, policies, rate limits and quotas. When the time is right, open your API up to the world through an out-of-the-box developer portal.

Whether you’re monetising your API or moving to a microservices architecture, Tyk Dashboard makes it easy to get started.

  1. Available to all, whether Cloud or Self-Managed

    APIs should be easy for everyone to use, manage and maintain. That’s why we make our Dashboard and associated features available to all our users.

  2. A user-friendly GUI that all your team can use

    Ditch the JSON file or integrate via API, tailor access for everyone on your team – even the non-techies.

  3. Manage your microservices across the entire API lifecycle

    Design, publish, authenticate, monitor, and optimise your APIs with just a few clicks.

  4. Get a bird's eye view of your APIs performance

    Login for an at-a-glance view of how your APIs are performing. Gain insights to iterate and improve your APIs as you scale.

  5. Constantly improving

    Each Tyk release brings new and innovative tools to manage your microservices. Our roadmap is driven by Enterprise and Community users alike.

  6. Scale without surprises

    There are no hidden costs as you scale with Tyk. Our transparent pricing ensures you know what’s coming as you grow.

  7. GraphQL is now practical

    The Tyk Universal Data Graph goes far beyond what your standard GraphQL server does, yes it will secure your existing GraphQL services and provide our powerful security policy capabilities, but it also provides the unique capability of stitching schemas and services from disparate data sources together into a single universal graph, all through a simple to use interface.

    Plug in your whole REST portfolio, and merge them with your existing GraphQL APIs into a single universal graph. Then use Tyk’s fine-grained security policy editor to enable field-level permissions for access to your API consumers, be they internal, partners, or externally facing.