34996 Microservices Done Right
34006 Completeness of Vision
31526 Guts, Glory, and APIs
30796 Apigee to Join Google
26341 APIs Aren't Enough
25386 Thank you . . .
20216 Monopoly Goes Cashless
19796 Nissan Leaf's Naked APIs
18971 Yes, APIs Are That Big
18376 Modernize SOA with APIs
18321 Go Small or Go Home
17001 Apigee Edge Microgateway
15766 Microservices at Amazon
14936 API Management isn't SOA
14801 Why Telstra Loves APIs
14786 Why Web APIs Won
13721 Swagger's Future
13576 Demo: Apigee Edge
12506 API Mistakes to Avoid
12426 In Search of CDOs
11956 store locator webcast
12196 The API Facade: Overview
11681 Managing Big Data
12026 Data Analytics & APIs
12206 The Anatomy of Apps
A downloadable toolkit for evaluating an API...
by Olaf Domis Jun 21, 2016
APIs aren't new, but with the explosion of apps and experiences required in the digital world, and new customer-centric IT organizations, companies across industries need better solutions than ever to manage their... Read more
To make an informed decision, it’s critical to understand all the capabilities of a sophisticated API management platform.... Read more...
An analysis of billions of digital commerce...
by Arvind Jain Jun 15, 2016
Leading retailers depend on APIs to create the seamless experiences that consumers demand. APIs open the door to the creation of a variety of advanced digital commerce services—they enable consumers to compare and... Read more
The State of APIs in Retail report found that only 36% of retailers have created digital business platforms.... Read more...
Key takeaways from EBAday 2016, one of the...
by David Andrzejek Jun 13, 2016
In a mere 18 months, 5,000 financial institutions across Europe will be required to provide open access to customer, transaction, and payment information via APIs. “This is a massive amount of work,” said... Read more
Payments execs at this industry meeting were all over the map when it came to understanding and preparing for PSD2.... Read more...
by Helen Whelan Jun 09, 2016
"Our roadmap for the future is to digitize almost every aspect of Pitney Bowes' technologies and capabilities and we've just begun to leverage the power of a modern API platform."—Roger Pilc,... Read more
Pitney Bowes' Roger Pilc sat down with us recently to talk about the company’s journey to equip it for a new century of commerce.... Read more...
Why scalability is a key part of a retail...
by Sai Koppala Jun 07, 2016
Even if you aren’t into Star Wars, you've probably heard of “Chewbacca Mom” on social media and TV talk shows. The giggling Candace Payne’s Facebook Live video of her new Chewbacca mask,... Read more
Unpredictable spikes in traffic and demand should be welcomed—as long as your business is prepared to handle a Chewbacca moment.... Read more...
by Chet Kapoor May 31, 2016
Last week we proudly announced another excellent quarter of execution. We reported record revenue of $23.5 million, 39% product revenue growth, and simple dollar-based renewal rate exceeding 90% for the fourth... Read more
Last week we proudly announced another excellent quarter of execution. Best of all, an amazing array of new customers, partners, and developers has begun using Apigee. We are grateful to all - our continued growth would not be possible without them.... Read more...
by Stacey Giamalis May 27, 2016
There was some interesting news on the API copyright front yesterday, related to Oracle's lawsuit against Google over Google's cloning of Sun's (now Oracle's) Java API: Google won its fair use defense at... Read more
There was some interesting news on the API copyright front yesterday, related to Oracle's lawsuit against Google over Google's cloning of Sun's (now Oracle's) Java API: Google won its fair use defense at the trial level, where it argued that its cloning of the Java API was fair use because it increased innovation. The fact that Java was also available as open source and that Sun approved of Google making unlicensed clones of the Java API were important aspects of the fair use decision. This doesn't change the earlier ruling in this case, which held that APIs are copyrightable. It simply means that if a copyright in an API is infringed, the infringer may have a valid excuse to avoid legal liability. In this webcast replay, our head of product strategy Ed Anuff and I discussed the ramifications of this legal battle. While our discussion focuses on the Supreme Court upholding a lower court's ruling that the Java API is protected by copyright, it highlights... Read more...