Posts Tagged: platform

Conway’s Law: What Does It Mean for Your API Strategy?

Back in October, I attended the 2019 Nordic APIs Platform Summit in Stockholm, Sweden. Among a whole host of interesting topics, one idea that kept creeping up was that of Conway’s Law, like in Zdenek Nemec’s talk on choosing an API style. Read more

Insights From The 2019 Platform Summit

From October 22-23, Nordic APIs hosted our 5th annual Platform Summit in Stockholm, Sweden. #PS19 brought together over 450 total attendees and hosted 65 speakers across three stages. In the coming months, we’ll review many of the great talks shared with in-depth analysis on the blog. Read more

The Need for an API Composition Layer

Nowadays, you can find web APIs everywhere you look, and developers create more of them each day. On the one hand, that’s a good thing: it shows we’re living in an age of interoperability. On the other hand, the shift towards heavily API-based platforms brings with it severe technical overhead. Read more

What is API Orchestration?

The API space is ever-evolving. As the needs of end-users grow in both complexity and frequency, new software development strategies continue to emerge. When working with APIs, it’s not uncommon to see a network of systems handling a single purpose. In fact, during the modern age of microservice architectures, this has become the design paradigm de jure, with each API operating a small fraction of the much larger machine. Read more