When you add your API to Apigee, you're creating a new API that acts as a facade, or proxy, for your existing API. Rather than calling your existing API, developers begin calling the new API generated by Apigee.
This proxy decouples your public interface from your backend API, shielding developers from backend changes, enabling businesses to innovate at the edge without impacting your internal development teams. This video shows you how to set up an API in Apigee.
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