14936 API Management isn't SOA
14801 Why Telstra Loves APIs
14786 Why Web APIs Won
13721 Swagger's Future
13576 Demo: Apigee Edge
12506 API Mistakes to Avoid
12426 In Search of CDOs
13096 PHP SDK for BaaS
11956 store locator webcast
12196 The API Facade: Overview
11681 Managing Big Data
12026 Data Analytics & APIs
12206 The Anatomy of Apps
by Olaf Domis Dec 04, 2014
Traditional retailers are under assault from the demands of the digital economy. The power is shifting from the enterprise to consumers, who are demanding interactive, personalized experiences, wherever they are,... Read more
In this webcast, Accenture's Norman Woodard and Apigee’s Brian Pagano describe the latest technologies retail companies use to analyze and understand their customers: where they are, on what channels and devices, and how they interact with the retailer. ... Read more...
by Olaf Domis Dec 03, 2014
Heather Mickman, senior group manager of enterprise services and integration architecture at Target, spoke with us at I ♥ APIs 2014 after her company was recognized with the Digital Accelerator Award for digital... Read more
Heather Mickman, senior group manager of enterprise services and integration architecture at Target, spoke with us at I ♥ APIs 2014 after her company won the Digital Accelerator Award for digital business excellence in retail.... Read more...
by alex Dec 02, 2014
So now you’ve done it. You went and built yourself an API with Apigee-127. All that’s left is to put it out there in the wild and let the requests flow, right? In a perfect world, sure. In a perfect world, a... Read more
In a perfect world, a developer would never load test against your API, traffic would never unexpectedly spike from an app gone awry, and it would be unheard of for a malicious user to DDoS your API. Alas, this world is far from perfect. So let’s talk about API management, in particular applying an API request quota.... Read more...
by Ed Anuff Nov 25, 2014
A store locator on a retail site can function faster if it doesn’t have to call back to a database to retrieve locations. That’s just one example of how APIs can facilitate the rapid exchange of data that... Read more
A store locator on a retail site can function faster if it doesn’t have to call back to a database to retrieve locations. This is just one example of how APIs facilitate the rapid exchange of data that is vital for delivering the information shoppers want and businesses need. ... Read more...
by Olaf Domis Nov 21, 2014
The explosive growth in mobile devices, social channels, big data, and cloud technologies is changing consumer behavior and driving profound change in how businesses engage with customers. IT organizations are under... Read more
In this webcast, Apigee’s Ed Anuff and SAP’s Joav Bally discuss the new API-centric layer required to enable agile and web-scale innovation. It allows IT to meet evolving business requirements, while enabling existing business-critical IT systems to continue to run reliably and securely.... Read more...
by Olaf Domis Nov 20, 2014
Traditional approaches to analyzing customer behavior graphs and event sequences require data simplifications, generalizations, and segmentations that severely degrade prediction accuracy and can lead to the loss of... Read more
In this webcast, Apigee’s Joy Thomas and Sanjeev Srivastav explore the superiority of new methods of behavior graph analysis over the simplifications required for traditional data storage and classical predictive algorithms.... Read more...
by Pablo Nov 20, 2014
What's the underlying shift that's fueling the growth of mobile devices and business apps? Will businesses outside of music and media be affected by digital disruption and the new expectations of their... Read more
The Apigee Institute surveyed 1,000 smartphone owners in the United States and United Kingdom for the second annual Digital Impact Survey. The results of the research are described in our new report, "Run, Don't Walk: Chasing Customer Expectations in Retail." ... Read more...