The Qpoint Third-Party API Gateway
Qpoint gives enterprises the power to intelligently identify and inspect all API endpoints intertwined across applications to quickly observe, troubleshoot and remediate reliability and security issues.
Struggles with API Endpoints
Early adopters of Qpoint use it to make sense of the constellation of third-party APIs that connect their business to the world. We call these their “Q points.”
Once they see and understand the intersections of their distributed applications and infrastructure, they can unlock the true potential of the Qpoint platform for third-party API management, analytics, compliance, data protection, identity and more.
What’s your Q point?
“No design API can exist in isolation. It is always related, sometimes in very complex ways, to an entire constellation of influencing situations and attitudes. What we call a good design API is one which achieves integrity — that is, unity or wholeness — in balanced relation to its environment.”
Adapted from George Nelson
Why We Built Qpoint
Each person on the Qpoint team has decades of experience building companies from idea to exit. Our experience spans the most influential technology companies in the world, including Google and Amazon, and the startups that make them more secure.
Tyler Flint and Mark Parson are serial entrepreneurs who have spent the last 15 years building successful startups. Notable companies include TinyBrick which was acquired in 2012 and Nanobox, which joined the DigitalOcean portfolio in 2019.
Enterprises depend on hundreds of third-party APIs to deliver secure, resilient and joyful digital experiences. It’s our job to help them identify and inspect all of those endpoints so they can quickly troubleshoot and remediate issues. We hold ourselves to the highest standards for our customers.
Tyler Flint is a four-time founder and technical leader specializing in platform-as-a-service (PaaS) technology. He’s architected and executed various technical platforms at scale for companies including Facebook, ABC and ____.
Kevin Romani is a business, operations and sales leader with 20 years of experience building and scaling enterprise SaaS and IaaS sales organizations. He’s helped infrastructure technology startups grow to exit, including NS1, acquired by IBM and Dyn, acquired by Oracle.
Marc Berry is a technical leader and builder. He’s spent his career working on infrastructure and platform solutions at industry-defining companies, including Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Amazon Web Services (AWS) and DigitalOcean.
Mark Parson is an entrepreneur and designer dedicated to building painless user experiences and beautiful branding. He’s co-founded five successful startups, including Nanobox, which was acquired by DigitalOcean in 2019.
We're Searching for Problem Solvers
If you’re excited about helping enterprises make sense of third-party APIs to build a more resilient and secure ecosystem of applications, we want you on our team.Tell Us About Yourself