Postman integrates with the most important tools in your software development pipeline to enable API-first practices. The Postman platform is also extensible through the Postman API and through open source technologies.

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Source code repositories

Iterate on your APIs and source code together by integrating with repositories. Postman's API Platform supports multiple workflows, feature branches, and tags. Learn more about integrating with repositories in our recent blog post.


Postman Collections are a great way to write tests for your APIs—whether you're developing locally, or running automated tests in a CI/CD pipeline. Postman supports multiple CI/CD tools to help you maintain quality during development.


Starting Postman v9, link your API to a CircleCI project to view builds from all branches. Dive into failing pipelines or gauge the development status across multiple branches right from your API dashboard. Configure Postman Collections as tests using our newman orb.


Postman now supports TravisCI for adding CI/CD visibility into your API dashboard. Link your API to a Travis project to view build info, or configure collection-based tests.


Write tests using Postman's full-featured testing sandbox, and integrate them into your Jenkins pipeline using Newman. An all-new Jenkins integration is in the pipeline too!


A key part of an API Platform is support for infrastructure pieces of your production stack. We recently launched support for AWS' API Gateway, with support for other products coming soon.

AWS API Gateway

View recent deployments and stages of your AWS API Gateway in Postman's API dashboard. Leverage our new branching and tagging functionality to deploy OpenAPI definitions to your gateway from any point in your API's evolution.

Azure API Management

View deployments for each of your Azure API Management services. You can view the revision history, changelog, and export history. You can also export your API definition from Postman to Azure API Management.


Postman supports multiple integrations to help you monitor your API effectively. These span Application Monitoring (APM) tools, notification systems, incident management, and analytics systems.


New Relic

Send data from Postman monitors to NewRelic to consolidate all API performance data in one place. View metrics for various services right in your Postman Dashboard.


Send your monitor run metrics to Datadog. A custom dashboard on Datadog is available as well.


Send your monitor run metrics to Splunk.


Connect Lightstep to Postman monitors for alerts with detailed information.


Connect BigPanda to Postman monitors to trigger and resolve alerts.


Bring Postman monitor results into Coralogix to track API performance along with other metrics.

Notification and messaging


Get updates from your Postman monitors on shared channels, or choose to send personal notifications directly to you.

Microsoft Teams

Send your monitor run results to Microsoft Teams.

Custom Webhooks

Receive webhooks on custom URLs on monitor run events. You can also configure webhooks for any changes to your collections.

Microsoft Power Automate

Configure your Postman monitors to trigger a flow in Microsoft Power Automate.

Incident management and alerting


Trigger an alert for any test failures on a monitoring run, and have it automatically close on a successful run.


Trigger and Acknowledge PagerDuty Events based on Postman monitor run results.

Splunk On-Call

Trigger and resolve incidents based on Postman Monitors.


Send metrics like response times to Statuspage and create and communicate incidents in case of a failure.

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Build your own integrations using the Postman API

The Postman API endpoints help you to integrate Postman within your development toolchain by allowing you to programmatically access data stored in your Postman account with ease.

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Postman is built on open source

Postman is built on open source technologies, which means you can extend Postman or your API workflow in any way you want. From the very beginning of the company, we open sourced the Postman Runtime, the Postman Collection format, and our SDKs to allow developers and organizations the flexibility to work with APIs in any environment or workflow.

And there's more: Postman's command-line Collection Runner, Newman, is open source; we're key contributors to OpenAPI, AsyncAPI, JSON Schema, and associated tooling; and we also support industry standards like FHIR, PSD2, OpenTravel, and Open Insurance.

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How to get started

You can sign up and get started with Postman for free. Postman also offers a range of paid plans that give you and your team more advanced options and flexibility.

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