26341 APIs Aren't Enough
25386 Thank you . . .
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
11956 store locator webcast
12196 The API Facade: Overview
11681 Managing Big Data
12026 Data Analytics & APIs
12206 The Anatomy of Apps
by Alan Ho Apr 06, 2016
It’s very easy to get things wrong when attempting to build an effective developer marketing program. The first mistake many companies make? Using the word “marketing.” Developers live in the world of... Read more
It’s easy to get things wrong when building a developer marketing program. The first mistake many companies make? Using the word “marketing.”
The Netflix pattern isn't always the right...
by Anant Jhingran Apr 05, 2016
I’m continually surprised by how often Netflix is cited as the exemplar of best practices for implementing APIs. Netflix’s Dan Jacobson, with whom we’ve worked in the past, has blogged about it, and he... Read more
Netflix offers a good approach to API implementation, but it can't be applied everywhere.
by Olaf Domis Apr 04, 2016
How does microservices differ from the service oriented architecture we saw a decade ago? Find out in this webcast replay, in which Pivotal's Matt Stine and Apigee's Alan Ho discuss: real-world examples of... Read more
Pivotal's Matt Stine and Apigee's Alan Ho discuss how microservices differ from SOA of days past.
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by Pranav Parekh Apr 01, 2016
API management is a requirement for building a digital business, as it grants the ability to secure, scale, analyze, and manage your APIs. But evaluating an API management platform is no small task, as there's a lot... Read more
API management is a requirement for building a digital business, as it grants the ability to secure, scale, analyze, and manage your APIs. But evaluating an API management platform is no small task, as there's a lot to consider. An API management platform should: enable you to build well-designed APIs from existing services make API and app developers productive quickly extract operational and business insights from your API and app ecosystem provide the ability to monetize APIs using different rate plans Understanding these capabilities—whether your business needs them today or in the future—is key to making an informed buying decision.
Tech departments need new ways to move faster
by Brian Pagano Mar 31, 2016
It's no secret: businesses are making huge demands on their tech departments these days. And for good reason. Markets are changing, customers are demanding self-service and personalization, partners are demanding... Read more
Markets, customers, partners, and employees are all placing new demands on IT. What needs to change to meet these requirements?
by Olaf Domis Mar 29, 2016
APIs enable organizations to quickly adapt to change. But sometimes change offers a powerful opportunity to adapt to APIs. The Affordable Care Act provided just such an opportunity for Humana, said the healthcare firm... Read more
We spoke with Florin Fortis, digital transformation and API strategy leader at Humana, about how APIs enable the healthcare firm to adapt to change and collaborate with partners.
by Olaf Domis Mar 28, 2016
Should you buy or build your own API layer? Apigee's Brian Pagano and Ed Anuff engage in a lively discussion in which they analyze costs and benefits of building versus buying API management. They discussed: when... Read more
Apigee's Brian Pagano and Ed Anuff analyzed the costs and benefits of building versus buying API management.