SOA has traditionally addressed the needs of corporate information system integration, but apps and APIs are needed to meet today's challenge to interconnect corporate information systems with an explosion of remote systems and mobile devices. This webcast covers the roles APIs and SOA play inside the enterprise and how the growing mobile and apps economy is at the heart of a transformation from SOA-based architectures to APIs.
API facade is an important design pattern in an API designer's toolbox and a powerful tool for app developers who need to work with APIs they don't control. In a 4 part series of webcasts, our hosts will explore essential patterns that enable API teams and app developers to implement and improve their API designs and apps.
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is a shift in network-based computing based on breaking existing physical boundaries on switches, routers, and controllers through well-defined APIs. This new era of networking innovation through software, driven by APIs and apps is creating increasingly agile, flexible and robust networking configurations.
Are you creating mobile apps, mobile web sites? Are you building HTML5, native, or hybrid? Is HTML5 the way to go or a passing fad?
In this webcast, Amir Nathoo of Trigger.io and Tim Anglade of Apigee cut through the headlines and examine the components of the new mobile stack, the technology, the players, and the tradeoffs of building HTML5 versus native.
What makes for a great API design? What will make the developers who use your API successful quickly? What debates and decisions go on behind the scenes before an API team launches an API? At this stop on our API Design Tour, we continue our discussions with leading API Teams around the design and business of APIs.
The word 'app' conjures images of mobile phones, tablets and app stores. In the enterprise, however, software applications perform business process management, batch transactions, application integration and much more. For example, a business-to-business integration app without a user interface is still an app.