20216 Monopoly Goes Cashless
19796 Nissan Leaf's Naked APIs
18971 Yes, APIs Are That Big
18376 Modernize SOA with APIs
18321 Go Small or Go Home
17001 Apigee Edge Microgateway
15766 Microservices at Amazon
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 Chet Kapoor Sep 21, 2015
Congrats to all the 2015 Digital Accelerator Awards finalists! Our Twitter feed has been on fire with excitement from the finalists, who range from around the globe and across many industries. They’ve created... Read more
The 2015 Digital Accelerator Awards finalists hail from around the globe and across many industries. They’ve created world-class API programs, built and rebuilt their businesses around digital, and fundamentally enhanced the value they bring to customers, partners, and employees.
by Michael Russo & Jeff West Sep 17, 2015
We recently did some testing on Apache Usergrid, the open-source Backend as a Service, and found that it can reach 10,000 transactions per second, and can scale horizontally. This means the upcoming Usergrid 2 release... Read more
We found that Apache Usergrid can reach 10,000 transactions per second and can scale horizontally. Here’s the story of how we got there.
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by Chet Kapoor Sep 16, 2015
What do McDonald’s, Walmart, and Amazon have in common? They’re all companies that were created to take advantage of change—whether it’s societal change, supply chain advances, or the arrival of... Read more
Companies—many of them over 100 years old—are rebuilding their businesses around digital technology. They're doing this by becoming digital platforms. But how do they get there?
by Aashima Gupta Sep 14, 2015
The Apple Watch last week took a big step toward becoming a life-altering—and potentially life-saving—wearable. Apple announced a new app, Airstrip, which enables healthcare providers to remotely monitor a... Read more
The Airstrip Apple Watch app is a blessing for the families dealing with high-risk pregnancies who can’t visit a clinic regularly. But the news also carries huge potential for a broad spectrum of healthcare use cases.
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by Olaf Domis Sep 11, 2015
You know you have to measure the data that flows across your APIs. But how do you move beyond basic operational metrics to deep visibility? How do you measure KPIs that provide meaningful business insights and drive the... Read more
You know you have to measure the data that flows across your APIs. But how do you move beyond basic operational metrics to deep visibility? How do you measure KPIs that provide meaningful business insights and drive the kinds of experiences your customers expect? In this deep-dive, Apigee's Arvind Jain and John Rethans discuss how Apigee Edge enables self-service, end-to-end visibility into every aspect of your API program to help you drive your business decisions. Arvind and John also: discuss best practices to build an analytically driven business compare business intelligence vs. API analytics reveal how to enable developers through data conduct a demo of Apigee Edge analytics
by David Andrzejek Sep 09, 2015
On Monday, Reuters reported that Apple is ramping up its hiring of machine learning experts. This is part of a broader trend among top Silicon Valley companies, which are trying to apply machine learning to the vast... Read more
What can business leaders learn from the machine learning arms race between Apple, Google, Facebook, and other tech giants?
by Brian Pagano Sep 08, 2015
Innovation is a buzzword. It might be the buzzword. Every company talks about it. Everybody wants to think they’re being innovative. But the reality is that most organizations are simply too large and status quo... Read more
Innovation is a buzzword. It might be the buzzword. Every company talks about it. Everybody wants to think they’re being innovative. But the reality is that most organizations are simply too large and status quo thinking is too entrenched for new or seemingly risky ideas to flourish and grow. So we end up stuck between two incompatible poles: the need to innovate and the inability to do so. The gap seems wide, but APIs are a bridge that connects even the most conservative organization with innovation. Free the developer Doing things the old way—large, costly projects that soak up time and money—requires certainty about outcomes. Doing things the new way—using APIs—enables lines of business to experiment with new products. Building prototypes and new products at the presentation layer is much faster, cheaper, and entails lower risk. This means that even organizations struggling with bureaucracy and legacy technology can bring ideas to production faster.