Kristopher Sandoval

Kristopher Sandoval

Kristopher Sandoval is a web developer, author, and artist based out of Northern California with over six years of experience in Information Technology and Network Administration. He has been writing articles for Nordic APIs since 2015.

Posts By: Kristopher Sandoval

Using Kubernetes to Build Versatile Microservices

Kubernetes is often talked about, but seldom fully understood system in the API industry. This is largely because containerization, the principle approach that Kubernetes is built upon, is still not nearly as ubiquitous as the classical approach to API design and resource management. Read more

Act Now Before The GDPR Deadline

Any data provider worth their salt must be aware of the legal considerations and regulations for their zone of operations. How user data is stored and processed is controlled by a wide range of regulations, and understanding these regulations is key to running a compliant operation. Read more

7 Items No API Documentation Can Live Without

Web APIs are highly variable things – they can be custom-built, designed around a single purpose, all-encompassing, and almost everything in between. Shifting requirements dictate what the interface is comprised of. Due to this, it’s hard to find commonalities between APIs and their user-facing portals. Read more

What Should You Consider Before OpenAPI Adoption?

The OpenAPI Specification is adored, and its usefulness has seen it be subject to sweeping adoption in recent years. It’s clear that many see the value of the OpenAPI Specification, and see value in its adoption.

As with any trend, there’s a certain amount of consideration that should be paid before adopting the solution carte blanche. Read more

High-Grade API Security For Banks

Financial institutions occupy a special zone for APIs largely because of how stringent the regulatory compliance rulesets are. The data that financial institutions leverage are protected widely by a variety of regulatory ordinances, and as such, this data has to be stringently controlled, secured, and managed – hence why high-grade API security is such a serious concern. Read more