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Apigee Is Now Part of Google

Thank you customers and partners for our continued momentum
Chet Kapoor
Nov 10, 2016

Today, we announce that Google has completed the previously announced acquisition of Apigee. We are excited to accelerate our journey to connect the world through APIs as part of the Google team, and we look forward to serving you for many years to come.

We're deeply grateful to the over 300 customers and our partners for contributing to our continued momentum. Last week we completed another excellent quarter at Apigee.

Customers: Over the past few months we’ve added an array of new and expansion customers including Lego, Allstate, T-Mobile, Thomson Reuters, and Western Union, representing a broad range of deployment options including multi-cloud and on premises.

Gartner: Gartner recently released the new Magic Quadrant for Full Life Cycle API Management, and we're very proud that Apigee is positioned in the leader quadrant by virtue of its placement on both “ability to execute” and “completeness of vision” axes. For the second consecutive year, we are positioned the furthest of any company for completeness of vision. We are particularly pleased with this recognition, as we believe it’s a reflection of the innovation and enthusiasm of our customers as much as it is of the work we've done to build our products and our business.  

Adapt or Die: The last quarter was a particularly busy and productive one for our team around the Adapt or Die World Tour and movie. Hundreds of API technologists including our customers (Allstate, Mindbody, Pitney Bowes, McKesson, Thomson Reuters, and many more) and partners joined us at the first two stops on the tour in San Francisco and New York. We look forward to upcoming events in Chicago on November 17 and London and Sydney in February 2017.

Product: Our engineering team continues to focus on a stellar user experience to enable developers. This quarter the team released a new Apigee Edge experience—a redesigned approach with several great enhancements for designing, developing, and publishing APIs using Edge. The trajectory of our product roadmap doesn’t change, including for cloud and on-premises, and capabilities such as auto scaling and security. To hear more about it, register for the roadmap webcast in December (U.S/Europe and APAC).

Rarely do shareholder, customer, and employee interests converge in such a powerful way. We’ve been humbled to learn how each of these constituents is as eager as we are to see us execute on the amazing opportunity ahead—to continue and accelerate our journey to serve you as part of the Google team.

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