The digital economy is often viewed as the habitat of young, digital native companies. How can established companies compete? One hundred years ago, factory electrification and mass production advanced—and challenged—existing businesses. The survivors of that era now find new challenges and opportunities in today’s digital economy.
In this webcast, Allen Rodgers, director of Pearson eCollege’s developer network and API program, and Apigee’s Dan Tortorici discussed how Pearson Higher Education and its eCollege division recognized their digital potential and overcame challenges to increase business agility and efficiency.
How can you extend the programmability of your API infrastructure, solve orchestration problems, and build in complex logic? Combine Apigee Edge, which is built for the API-first approach, with node.js, the popular framework that runs natively on the Apigee platform. In this webcast, Apigee’s Greg Brail and Rakesh Saha discussed using node.js with Apigee Edge to build multi-channel apps and APIs. They also discussed the rationale for using node.js, multi-channel app use cases, and how to use node.js to build complex logic in your API tier.
Successful digital transformation enables an enterprise to drive revenue, increase customer satisfaction, and win competitive advantage through new digital channels and experiences. To get there, chief digital officers must be able to juggle priorities and manage investments, starting deep within an enterprise’s processes and tools and extending out to the cutting edge of consumer experience.
When targeting developers with your digital strategy, a once-size-fits-all approach is seldom successful. Most successful programs start with a focused strategy that targets the specific needs of a particular kind of developer and is based on an analysis of developer populations and profiles.
In this webcast, Apigee's Sam Ramji and Michael Rasalan from Evans Data Corp., the leader in research and market intelligence in the software development industry, discuss why understanding the size and makeup of the developer community is critical to your adoption strategy.
API management came about to help companies create and manage developer ecosystems by following in the footsteps of the successful API programs of Twitter and Facebook. Today, APIs have become the connective tissue that powers all interactions with customers and partners across an extended value chain.
In this webcast, Apigee's Ed Anuff and Dilshad Simons discuss the technical and business implications of this shifted landscape.
Although APIs and SOA share similarities, they're designed for very different use cases. In this webcast, Ed Anuff and Dilshad Simons discuss the fundamental differences between API and SOA governance, how API consumption is different from service exposure, and how a good design pattern at the SOA tier is an anti-pattern at the API tier, and vice versa.
API industrialization describes a set of technologies for publishing APIs with the efficiency, agility, and scale needed to compete in the digital world. In this webcast, Accenture's Teresa Tung and Apigee's Brian Pagano discuss an API maturity model and steps to move beyond API enablement to an industrial-strength API strategy.