38746 Microservices Done Right
37301 The API-First World
36616 2016: The Year in Review
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
by Martin Nally Apr 21, 2016
Although the word microservices is in broad use, there isn’t much clarity on what it means. Microservices are not about services and are not about being small, so it’s not surprising there is some confusion... Read more
Microservices are not about services and are not about being small, so it’s not surprising there is some confusion on what exactly they are.
by Bryan Kirschner Jan 11, 2016
In 2015, I was one of the more than 100 million U.S. smartphone owners for whom devices and apps had changed how I manage my health and fitness. This year I’m joining more than 16 million others planning to use apps to... Read more
Smartphones and apps power a virtuous cycle of innovation and well-being that affects users, enterprises, and, potentially, the economy.
How do apps help improve this dismal stat?...
by Olaf Domis Jan 11, 2016
For more statistics on how digital transformation has affected health, commerce, and financial services, download the Apigee Institute report, "Digital is Destiny: The Apigee Digital Impact Survey 2015."... Read more
One in five people setting resolutions plan to use apps to achieve those goals.
Smartphones and apps are changing how we...
by Bryan Kirschner Dec 15, 2015
If there isn’t “an app for that”—whatever “that” might be—there probably will be soon. This is one way to sum up the implications of our third-annual Digital Impact Survey of... Read more
The Apigee Institute's latest Digital Impact Survey finds banking and shopping—and, increasingly, health and wellness—are profoundly affected by digital technologies.
A must-read report from the Economist...
by Bryan Kirschner Oct 27, 2015
At this year’s MIT Platform Strategy Summit, Apigee’s CEO Chet Kapoor and I spoke about how established companies are re-building their businesses around today’s digital technology. In keeping with... Read more
A new report from The Economist Group's research division, based on a survey of more than 400 executives at large healthcare, finance, and telecommunications companies, provides useful context on the state of transformation—in particular, the importance of unlocking data in order to deliver immediate, interconnected, and intelligent experiences.
by Bryan Kirschner Sep 23, 2015
You can hear how digital is driving growth straight from CEOs at some of today’s digital leaders like Nike. And top-flight sources are documenting digital’s part in a broader pattern: MIT’s Center for Information... Read more
You can hear how digital is driving growth straight from CEOs at some of today’s digital leaders like Nike. And top-flight sources are documenting digital’s part in a broader pattern: MIT’s Center for Information Systems Research found that companies that derived 50% or more of their revenues form digital ecosystems had 32% higher revenue growth and 27% higher profit margins than their industry averages. For most executives, the question is not whether digital matters but rather “how we get there” to seize the opportunity (or stave off a threat).