Instant Web APIs for any Database. No code required.

Create a REST API from any database. Hook up any SQL or NoSQL database and the CData API Server instantly generates flexible, comprehensive, and fully documented Web APIs.

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Build a REST API for your database with a few clicks

APIs are unlocking a new digital economy. Don't let your organization get left behind.

Unleash the integration potential of your data. The API Server is the fastest way to expose your data as a professional API. Whether your organization wants to leverage APIs as a growth catalyst to build an extensive third-party ecosystem, or your focus is building solutions for corporate IT, the API Server is for you.

  • Create fully-documented, discoverable APIs based-on the OpenAPI specs.
  • Fine-grained control over security, user access, and API management features.
  • Exposes entry-points for popular formats like REST, OData, JSON, SOAP, CSV/TSV, etc.

APIs from Any Database

Supports popular databases like SQL Server, MySQL, DB2, Mongo, Cassandra, Flat Files, etc.

Secure Data Access

Enterprise-class security with strong SSL encryption, user management, and access control.

API Management

Includes critical API management features like monitoring, logging, rate limiting, etc.

Publish To Any Platform

Publish APIs to any platform - on Intranets, public-facing servers, or in the Cloud!

Instant REST API Platform

From Database to REST API in minutes

Whether your focus is on facilitating internal operations, partner integrations, or public data access, APIs are the key to increasing business agility and unlocking the true innovation potential of your data. The API Server is the tool you need to publish enterprise-ready REST APIs in minutes - no custom development required.

Here's how it works:

  1. Connect to your Database.
  2. Define security (authentication and permissions).
  3. Publish the API: Locally, or in the Cloud.

Connect with Any Database

The CData API Server offers integration with popular relational and NoSQL DBs