Apigee, the leading provider of API products and services, have announced the Apigee API Delivery Network, a new offering that can accelerate the global delivery of data and web services to mobile devices by 10 times their original speed.
Apigee – a company dedicated to improving the use of APIs across the interwebs – has unveiled an API delivery network designed to grease API calls in much the same way a CDN smooths the transfer of images and other net content. This API delivery network is now available as part of the existing enterprise API services that Apigee offers to to businesses interested in exposing application programming interfaces to mobile and web developers across the globe.
A content delivery network (CDN) is fine for distributing the data from a Web page but the advent of a new programming interface will help create a new method for pushing data to the edge of the network.
While Sonoa originally offered a free API tools and management platform, Apigee now offers three product lines for enterprises, developers, and API providers of all sizes. The company now serves more than 7,000 developers and some 140 enterprises with API management services. [Disclosure: Sonoa Systems is a past sponsor of BriefingsDirect podcasts.]
“By unifying the company under one brand and launching our premium line, we can better serve the full spectrum of companies and developers using APIs to power their apps, mobile and multichannel strategies and business partnerships,” said Chet Kapoor, CEO, Apigee.
A month or so ago I moderated an interesting roundtable on focus.com that looked at the API Economy. Along with panelists Sam Ramji from Apigee, Mike Maney from Alcatel-Lucent and Delyn Simons from Mashery, we talked a bunch about the API economy, the risks and rewards and where the value lies within API marketplaces. If you haven’t heard the roundtable – you can do so here.
Apigee (previous CloudAve coverage), the API infrastructure company formerly known as Sonoa Systems, today highlighted momentum in their business and announced a new service called API Delivery Network (API-DN), which can be simplistically defined as CDN equivalent for APIs.
When Rory Donovan went to college last fall, his father, AT&T chief technology officer John Donovan, wanted to check up on him. Sure enough, there was an app for that.
In five short years, cloud computing has gone from being a quaint technology to a major catchphrase. It all started in 2006 when Amazon began offering its really Simple Storage Service and soon following up with its Elastic Compute service.
Hey Developers! You might have noticed that we started updating our developer portal yesterday, starting with the replacement of the old Twurl console with Apigee's. If you've never tried Apigee's test console, you should take a look at it! It's a great tool to test and debug your API calls, and we hope you'll like it as much as we do:
CakeMail (http://cakemail.com), a leading white label email marketing provider, today announced the integration of the Apigee Enterprise solution to control and manage the CakeMail API. This pairing gives CakeMail customers greater flexibility, easier integration and more freedom with their applications.