Posts Tagged: api management

The Core Principles of API Management

API management is a term that has been used in the API economy for several years and has existed without acquiring an exact, universal definition. While most protagonists in the API community agree on the core themes of API management and why the subject is important, the specifics are frequently defined by the capabilities of commercial “API management” solutions. Read more

API Gateways to Direct Microservices Architecture

In an age where thousands of devices interact with microservices and API-driven servers, an API gateway can act as a single entry point to internal architecture — a popular choice for developers as it increases security, improves user experience, and helps ecosystems thrive. Read more

How to Provide APIs With an Existing Information System

In a previous article we encouraged every company to join the digital revolution and provide APIs. But when faced with an existing Information System (IS), the steps toward exposing a business process with an API become far more intricate. An IS may be bloated with pre-existing organizational processes and data structures, which, if exposed directly, can make for a very poor user experience, and possibly a complete deadlock. Read more

API Lifecycle Retirement Stage: A History of Major Public API Retirements

Old age comes, and retirement is a part of life. It’s no different in the API world. The retirement of the Netflix, Google Earth, and ESPN APIs are examples of some recent large public API deprecations. Every major API retirement tends to spawn worry within the developer community; are public APIs doomed? Read more

API Lifecycle Development Stage: Deploying Your API

During the course of this article, you’ll come to understand the actions to take as well as the most important challenges to address during an API’s Development phase. We’ll consider what implementation options are available and explore API Management and why it matters. Read more