A quite recent buzz-phrase added to the IT lexicon is “The API Economy”. Cheerleaders of digitally-led change hail it as the real-time exchange of data via application programming interfaces to fuel insight, transactions and communications. Love it or loathe it as a term, there’s no disputing that it’s changing business and Chet Kapoor, CEO of Apigee (see what they did there?) is at the heart of the action.
Why is it that both short-term and long-term trading strategies can work in the world of investing? How can it be that some people make money looking at short-term movements and others make a bundle taking the long view? Shouldn’t everybody be taking the same approach?
Want developers to use your APIs? Then these APIs should be easy to deal with, akin to Chipotle’s simplified restaurant menu.
Apigee, a service that specializes in managing APIs for developers and enterprises, launched anew security product today that aims to protect APIs from malicious bots. The new Apigee Sense service uses predictive analytics to identify malicious bots to prevent them from accessing its customers’ applications.