Whether you think it's part of a transitional period or here for the long-term, the Chief Digital Officer role is gaining ground as more conventional companies look to invest in an enterprise-wide digital transformation.
Despite all the innovation and bright minds clustered in Shoreditch, the question still asked of the UK's premier startup scene is when it will produce the next Google or Facebook.
The Americans have always done things bigger and better than us Limeys, and Silicon Valley is no exception. One of its latest successes is Apigee, a firm specialising in creating mobile apps and APIs to improve companies' digital operations.
As enterprises rush to digitally transform their businesses, they are increasingly relying on a chief digital officer (CDO) to lead the charge.
Working in partnership with the CMO, CIO, and CEO, the CDO is chartered with finding ways to incorporate connected devices, social media, and data collection into both legacy and new products and services. While these organizations may have an advantage today, they will be the sole survivors of tomorrow's economy, according to many pundits.
Apigee Edge now supports Node.js and has open sourced Volos, a project containing a set of API management modules.
Apigee has recently added support for Node.js and NPM modules which can be used for building new APIs, back-ends for mobile applications, mashups and composite services. We have interviewed Greg Brail, Chief Architect at Apigee, in order to find out more about what developers can do with Node.js on the Apigee platform.
The role of the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) is a hot topic — and a new report from the Apigee Institute identifies seven effective habits CDOs should have.
The report, “Three Keys to Successful Digital Transformation,” surveyed more than 300 executives in firms with at least a half billion dollars in annual revenue.
If you are seeking to shake up your company’s analog existence and become a digital enterprise, take a look at how the leading visionaries are doing it. The Apigee Institute recently scrutinized the management patterns of 300 executives in companies with more than $500 million in annual revenues.
If you've been in the tech industry a long time you know that some industry conferences have that special 'vibe' and some don't. Netscape's early developer conferences had that vibe and helped drive the emergence of the web. I felt that same vibe at work yesterday at Apigee's I (heart) APIs conference at San Francisco's Fort Mason Center. For those folks not able to attend this Sold Out even, here are 4 take aways.
The API economy is only going to be as strong as the quality of the APIs that enable it. Unfortunately, not all APIs are created equal in terms of quality, which collectively tends to act like a drag on the API economy.Looking to foster the development of higher quality APIs, Apigee today at its user conference unveiled an open source project, dubbed Volos, that provides a set of modules based on the Node.js development framework that Apigee recently announced it would support.
Recently ProgrammableWeb reported that Apigee now supports Node.js which allows developers to build highly customized APIs and apps using the Apigee API Platform. Apigee has just announced the launch of Apigee Learn, a free education program that offers a series of eight-week online courses presented in video format. The Apigee-specific courses will cover topics and skills that will help participants succeed in today’s API and App economies.
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