Want developers to use your APIs? Then these APIs should be easy to deal with, akin to Chipotle’s simplified restaurant menu.
Apigee, a service that specializes in managing APIs for developers and enterprises, launched anew security product today that aims to protect APIs from malicious bots. The new Apigee Sense service uses predictive analytics to identify malicious bots to prevent them from accessing its customers’ applications.
There are expected to be over 40 billion active wireless devices by 2020, opening up new opportunities for business. However, this rapid growth also opens up new vulnerabilities leading to operational disruption, intellectual property loss, brand reputation and financial fraud.
What do McDonald’s, John Lewis 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 e-commerce. Their founders built visionary businesses that disrupted their respective industries and the established players that had created those industries.
If you chose your PC in the 1990s because you wanted specific software applications (and not based on how much you liked the operating system), or if you made the jump to an iPhone from a Blackberry a few years back, chances are a successful platform strategy won you over.
One of the key observations about the difference between big data sources and those traditionally used by enterprise applications is the strength of the signal. As Anant Jhingran, VP Products of Apigee, pointed out in an interview a while back, traditional enterprise applications use data that has super strong signals, while big data usually has a low signal to noise ratio.