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it works well for both web and native client applications. It can be scaled from a small single-user application up to a multimillion-user internet API. It’s as much at home on the untamed wilds of the web, where it grew up and is used to protect user-facing APIs of all types, as it is inside the controlled and monitored boundaries of an enterprise, where it’s being used to manage access to a new generation of internal business APIs and systems.

And that’s not all: if you’ve used mobile or web technology in


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