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.
You may have seen the occasional person wearing Google Glass, and you've very likely heard a lot about this groundbreaking wearable computing device. Beyond the hype, the odd encounter on the street, and the pictures of the device on Sergey Brin's face, what do you really know about it? How is it similar to other mobile devices, and how is it different, and what kinds of opportunities does it open up for app development?
Interested in building and deploying apps using node.js? In this webcast, Apigee's Greg Brail and Scott Ganyodiscuss how node.js works, how it can be used to extend the programmability of the Apigee platform, and how to use this popular third-party framework to build apps and solve API orchestration and transformation problems.
Today's enterprise strives to deliver exceptional customer experience, business process efficiency, and customer profitability. Given an enterprise's existing set of products, how do you define a portfolio of digital products to drive innovation and deliver real business results? How does business strategy shape a digital products portfolio?
As enterprises build and grow their mobile value chain with app, data and API technologies, digital assets become not only a competitive advantage, but a source of revenue.
The digital economy is driving a sea change in the traditional ways that enterprises interact with partners and customers. To be competitive in today's digital world, companies must conceive a strategy that encompasses business goals, competitive strengths, and comprehensive digital engagements to establish a long-term position, and turn the digital threat into a business opportunity.