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Archive for November 2015

The Next Level in Web APIs

A new series of articles explores API description, discovery and profiles I’m very proud to announce that InfoQ has just launched a new series that I helped edit. The series, called Description, Discovery & Profiles: The Next Level in Web APIs, features a collection of excellent contributing authors including API Academy/CA’s own Ronnie Mitra, Mike Stowe from Mulesoft, Kin Lane of API Evangelist…

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API360 Around the World

Get a holistic overview of API strategy, architecture, design and implementation best practices Every day, I’m reading more and more stories about how APIs are being used to disrupt industriesand change the way business is done around the globe. This certainly matches my experience of dealing directly with companies on a daily basis. But, as the API becomes ubiquitous, many of these…

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Webinar: Unleashing API Innovation Through Developers

To enable app developers as a means of driving innovation in your business, you must provide more than just an API. Developers need context and support in order to ensure that using your API as the basis for an app will benefit them, you and end users alike. Watch this CA Technologies webinar featuring Matt McLarty of the API Academy and…

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Defining Microservices

In this presentation, taken from the API Academy Microservices Bootcamp at CA World 2015, Matt McLarty defines Microservices through goals, principles, characteristics and dependencies.

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Microservices in a Digital World

In this presentation, taken from the API Academy Microservices Bootcamp at CA World 2015, Lou Powell of Vanick Digital provides practical lessons on how enterprises can leverage Microservices and APIs for digital success.

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Product Management for Microservices

In this presentation, taken from the API Academy Microservices Bootcamp at CA World 2015, Irakli Nadareishvili shows how the techniques of digital product management can be effective when adopting Microservices.

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Fostering a Microservices Culture

In this presentation, taken from the API Academy Microservices Bootcamp at CA World 2015, Mike Amundsen applies theories not only from the world of computing but also from anthropology to define the right organizational approach to Microservices.

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API Design 203: The USE Paradigm

Prioritize usability, scalability and evolvability in API design To work effectively, a Web API must display a range of specific software qualities. In this lesson, we outline what we call the “USE Paradigm” – a principle of API design, which states that interface designers should prioritize three particularly important software qualities: usability, scalability and evolvability.…

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