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 Greg Rewis Sep 30, 2015
Amazon, Hortonworks, Atlassian, Pivotal, Netflix, Verizon, and SmartBear. Want to learn how these companies build APIs, microservices, and developer communities? Want to peer into the minds of developers-turned-founders... Read more
Learn from Amazon, Hortonworks, Atlassian, Pivotal, Netflix, Verizon, and SmartBear at I ♥ APIs 2015 during three days crammed with workshops, labs, and sessions on APIs, microservices, the IoT, big data, and apps.
How APIs reduce sales friction
by Greg Brail Sep 29, 2015
Imagine two companies. Both sell a complex and expensive service to complex and well-funded customers. Imagine that they sell very expensive, yet largely mass-produced, widgets like “virtual private networks,... Read more
Technology makes it possible to use a self-service model to create businesses that delight customers more quickly and more cheaply. It may not have happened in every business yet, but it will.
by Greg Brail Sep 24, 2015
Amazon Web Services suffered another outage Sunday morning. The cause this time seems to have been the DynamoDB service, which is a very scalable, cloud-backed data store. Lots of other services suffered from “... Read more
We’ve seen a pattern play out in the last few AWS outages that should make us all think carefully about how we use the cloud.
by Bryan Kirschner Sep 23, 2015
You can hear how digital is driving growth straight from CEOs at some of today’s digital leaders like Nike. And top-flight sources are documenting digital’s part in a broader pattern: MIT’s Center for... Read more
You can hear how digital is driving growth straight from CEOs at some of today’s digital leaders like Nike. And top-flight sources are documenting digital’s part in a broader pattern: MIT’s Center for Information Systems Research found that companies that derived 50% or more of their revenues form digital ecosystems had 32% higher revenue growth and 27% higher profit margins than their industry averages. For most executives, the question is not whether digital matters but rather “how we get there” to seize the opportunity (or stave off a threat).
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.
Unlock data and unleash the power of...
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?