Easily store, catalog, and collaborate around all your API artifacts on one central platform. Postman can store and manage API specifications, documentation, workflow recipes, test cases and results, metrics, and everything else related to APIs.
A single source of truth for APIs
Postman provides a cloud-based, version-controlled, centralized repository for all API artifacts throughout the entire API lifecycle. All of the Postman platform's tools use the repository, which ensures a single source of truth for your APIs. The API repository enables teams and organizations to gather metrics and discern insights through the built-in governance capabilities on the platform. Postman's desktop and web applications connect to the API repository through workspaces for personal, team, or public use.
You can also connect your API repository to the other products and tools you use through Postman's pre-built integrations.
With the Postman API repository, you can better simplify, organize, and scale your entire API lifecycle, whether it's for a single API or for your entire API landscape.
Postman's API Builder helps you easily implement an API design workflow through specifications like OpenAPI, GraphQL, or RAML. The API Builder enables you to manage your API lifecycle from design to deployment and integrate with a variety of source control, CI/CD, gateways, and APM solutions—all in one place.
Native Git support
With Postman's native Git support, the API Builder connects to the source code repository to automatically maintain API documentation, tests, and specifications alongside code. Developers can access API assets in a local development folder for use across local tools—like IDEs, Postman CLI, proxies, and linting tools—during design, development, and testing.
Private API Network
Give your team optimal visibility into your APIs through the Private API Network, a central catalog that's visible only to your team or organization. The Private API Network supports versioning, which helps you maintain control and manage multiple versions of your APIs in the network. In addition, your APIs can be organized into hierarchical folders to mirror your organizational needs.