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Tyk API Management v2.3

12-09-2016 06:18 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Tyk

After months working-out in the gym, the new version of Tyk is ready to flex its muscles.  

Tyk v2.3 is twice as fast, leaner, more extendable and is still available for FREE!

London, United Kingdom 8th December, 2016. Tyk Technologies is pleased to announce the v2.3 release of Tyk, the popular open-source API Management platform.  

Tyk v2.3 builds upon the success of previous releases. The feedback and contributions from Tyk’s thriving open source community, as well as enterprise clients, drove the choice of new functions and features.

The Tyk Gateway can now handle more than twice the traffic of the previous version. It’s more efficient in how it handles Redis, and it’s more clever in how it manages traffic.  

To extend the functionality that comes out of the box, rich plugins now make it possible to write powerful and performant middleware in whatever language you prefer. 

Plugins can now be written in many languages including Python, Lua, gRPC, C++, Java, Ruby and C#. 

As open-source advocates, Tyk encourages community developed plugins, in addition to those provided by the Tyk team.

About Tyk
The first open source API Management platform designed for the needs of micro-service architectures and optimised for the New Stack.

Tyk’s aim is to make managing APIs simple, cost effective, and trivial. They now have thousands of users and customers around the world from major Fortune 500 corporations to innovative startups as well as a thriving open-source community who contribute to the product.

For more information please visit

Tyk Technologies Ltd
31 Charlotte Road

Andrew Murray

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