Driving down Highway 1 on the Big Sur coastline in Northern California, it’s easy to miss the signs that dot the roadside. After all, the stunning views of the Pacific crashing against the rocks can be a major distraction. The signage along this windy, treacherous stretch of road, however, is pretty important -- neglecting to slow down to 15 MPH for that upcoming hairpin turn could spell trouble.Careful planning and even science goes into figuring out where to place signs, whether they are for safety, navigation, or convenience. It takes a detailed understanding of the conditions and the driving experience to determine this. To help drivers plan, manage, and correct their journey trajectories, interstate highway signs follow a strict pattern in shape, color, size, location, and height, depending on the type of information being displayed.
When Apigee moved to San Jose from Palo Alto, it joined a growing cadre of technology firms downtown.We were curious to see what Apigee, a provider of enterprise API management products, was going to do with the 41,000 square feet it leased at 10 Almaden Boulevard. So when Apigee invited us up for a visit, we wanted to share the view.
An enterprise can have the best, most agile, scalable and capable IT system in the world, but if an end user can't access or utilize the functionality as needed, it's all for naught. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was right about a lot of things, but the most important one is that IT has to be as simple as possible to use. But what is an application? For the consumer, the term "app" may bring to mind Angry Birds, Snapchat or Instagram, but apps are equally integral to the development and use of enterprise IT. An app could serve a CRM function internally, a customer portal, or even a machine-to-machine back end. In fact, there are many lessons we've learned in today's app economy that are relevant to the way IT works—whether the app addresses employees, partners, or customers. This slide show—based on eWEEK reporting and industry information from API provider Apigee—discusses how to bring the app economy to your company to improve functionality and efficiency.
Bugaboo has announced the appointment of Apigee to provide the app and API infrastructure for its new digital platform, with the aim of making a faster shopping experience for customers.
I had the pleasure of speaking with Bryan Kirschner, Director of the Apigee Institute, a new research and strategy organization at Apigee committed to helping businesses extend their leadership in this new digital world.
Apigee Acquires InsightsOneApigee has acquired InsightsOne, a provider of big data predictive intelligence. This expands the firm's big data analytics portfolio to deliver a platform that integrates the power of APIs with the agility of predictive big data analytics.
Achievers, providers of the only true-cloud Employee Success Platform™,today announced its Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in the United States and Canada for 2013. This annual award recognizes top employers that display leadership and innovation in engaging employees making their workplaces more productive. The awards honor the top 50 companies in the U.S. and the top 50 companies in Canada.Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2014/01/14/6070539/achievers-announces-the-winners...
Reigning in cloud fragmentation represents a multi-billion dollar opportunity for API management providers. But with the competition heating up, the fight for relevance is moving beyond abstracting programming interfaces. That’s the reason API management providerApigee forayed into Big Data earlier this year with Apigee Insights, a Big Data offering that Apigee’s hoping to round out through their newly announced acquisition this week ofInsightsOne.
Predictive analytics startup InsightsOne has managed to see which customers of a health insurer will be unhappy weeks before they voice their complaints. That’s exactly the sort of smarts that attracted application programminginterface (APIs) management and analytics company Apigee to buy InsightsOne.