The app revolution has turned consumer expectations upside down in all areas of our lives, including in the cars we drive. Our connected cars are already filled with computing power and experiences influenced by consumer electronics. Forward-looking car makers have the pedal to the metal on further innovation. There's an undeniable conceptual shift from the connected car to the programmable car.
In a previous webcast (Successful Transition from SOA to APIs for the App Economy: Bending the Spoon), we discussed the fact that a SOA is not flexible enough to meet the requirements of today's projects. In this follow-up session, Brian Pagano and Greg Brail talk about what an API initiative that evolves your infrastructure entails
Ben Whaley and Alan Ho discuss the latest thinking in DevOps and how great DevOps tune performance, improve stability, and meet new operational challenges, such as disparate OSs and versions, and Apple & Google duopoly presented by mobile apps.
Teresa Tung from Accenture and Brian Pagano of Apigee discuss 2013s technology trends, with a focus on the API and app economy and a spotlight on Accenture's latest Technology Vision. The video and slides are below and you can download the Accenture Technology Vision 2013 Report.
In April 2013, we did a joint webcast with Accenture in which Teresa Tung from Accenture and Brian Pagano of Apigee discussed 2013 technology trends, with a focus on the API and app economy and a spotlight on Accenture's 2013 Technology Vision.
Does your business need to deploy functionality to mobile devices? To multiple channels simultaneously? At a faster pace than ever before? You have a solid SOA but it's just not flexible enough to fulfill the requirements of today's projects. You need a path to evolve your SOA. In this webcast, we discussed the imperative for APIs and an approach to extend SOA with APIs to meet the demands of business in the growing app economy.