Why APIs Are Different Than Integration

Why APIs are Different than Integration

IT architects and developers have long recognized APIs as an evolution and continuation of integration-based architectures used within enterprise IT. But this is a limited view. APIs have become the foundational framework for development of scalable enterprise applications that connect user experiences to back-end data and services.

How will this API-centric architecture play a role in your application systems and in your business? In this webcast, Apigee's Ed Anuff and Brian Pagano discuss the many important implications of API-centric architecture. They delve into: 

  • the characteristics of an API-centric architecture
  • how APIs are influencing front-end, back-end, and app-to-app systems
  • how APIs change the way data is leveraged

 

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