Does your business need to deploy functionality to mobile devices? To multiple channels simultaneously? At a faster pace than ever before? You have a solid SOA but it's just not flexible enough to fulfill the requirements of today's projects. You need a path to evolve your SOA. In this webcast, we discussed the imperative for APIs and an approach to extend SOA with APIs to meet the demands of business in the growing app economy.
The power shift in retail towards the connected customer is complete! Are you innovating across digital channels and increasing channel conversion and loyalty? Retailers' omni-channel vision of providing a unified experience across all customer touch points needs to become a reality - and quickly!
In this webcast: Economic Models for Reinventing Telcos - Innovation with APIs, Andreas Constantinou of VisionMobile and Bala Kasiviswanathan of Apigee discussed the economic models Telcos can adopt to evolve their businesses across communications, content, and consumers to stay relevant in today's economy in which mobile platforms, OTT disruptors, and thousands of apps encompassing all user n
SOA has traditionally addressed the needs of corporate information system integration, but apps and APIs are needed to meet today's challenge to interconnect corporate information systems with an explosion of remote systems and mobile devices. This webcast covers the roles APIs and SOA play inside the enterprise and how the growing mobile and apps economy is at the heart of a transformation from SOA-based architectures to APIs.
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is a shift in network-based computing based on breaking existing physical boundaries on switches, routers, and controllers through well-defined APIs. This new era of networking innovation through software, driven by APIs and apps is creating increasingly agile, flexible and robust networking configurations.
Learn how Telcos need to change their business models and innovate beyond connectivity to remain relevant in a world changed by the exploding apps and API economy and the shift from voice-enabled to IP networks.
The video and slides for the webcast are below.
Should APIs be covered by copyright law? Would developers and innovation be stifled by copyrightable APIs? Or would it afford protection over IP (Intellectual Property)?