Why you should be using drivers to integrate with disparate data sources
As enterprises grow, so too does the number and variety of data sources they use to drive business. The average company is using at least sixteen SaaS applications and has data in at least that many on-premises data stores and internal apps. Read more
Uniting publishers and subscribers, WebSub has become a well-adopted method for updating content on the internet. Since the protocol can be used for any data type accessible via HTTP, it’s a popular method for communicating notifications and changes, and is a great alternative to the constant server polling of the past. Read more
An Introduction to System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM)
What is SCIM?
SCIM stands for “System for Cross-domain Identity Management” and is firstly a standardized way of representing users, groups, and anything related. Secondly, SCIM helps to standardize methods for acting on this data, such as creating, querying, searching, updating, and deleting. Read more
One of the hardest things to do as an API provider is to work within the enterprise environment. This is due, in large part, to the very nature of enterprise structures – often slow to adopt new technologies, fundamentally distrustful of external solutions, and far more insular than most modern corporations would like to admit. Read more
The world-wide web is a powerful tool, and much of this power is driven from the relational intersections between web pages, the data these pages host, and their further relations to other web pages and data sets. In fact, it is this fundamental relationship that drives the conceptual model and approach of the world-wide web – without these relationships, there would be no Reddit, no BBC News, and certainly no Wikipedia. Read more