API360: The Complete API Framework for the Enterprise

API Academy Adopt a complete set of best practices for creating a successful API program APIs are critical components of any digital business. They empower developers to build apps across channels and enable partners to incorporate enterprise data and services into their offerings. By using APIs to make it easier for other organizations to access your services, you can create new value and growth opportunities….

Microservice Architecture: Aligning Principles, Practices & Culture

Irakli Nadareishvili, Ronnie Mitra, Matt McLarty & Mike Amundsen Design and apply microservices to embrace continual change in the digital economy Microservice architecture is helping organizations embrace continual change. But how do you design and apply microservices effectively? This book from O’Reilly, written by API Academy experts, provides comprehensive guidance through eight chapters that take a deep dive into: The benefits and…

Tutorial: Use Pagination in Web API Design

Learn how to use pagination effectively in your Web APIs Pagination, which is very common on the Web, allows API architects to conserve resources, improve response times and optimize the user experience. This tutorial video from the API Academy provides a crash course explaining pagination and outlining how to use it effectively in the design of Web APIs.

A Design-based Approach to Microservices and APIs

Keynote talk from API World 2018 in San Jose, California Organizations around the world are transforming their core applications to expose microservices through APIs. The success of these efforts will depend less on the technologies themselves, and more on how well their deployment is aligned with the business goals of the organization. Join this session to learn the…

How API Languages Evolve

As API systems mature, knowing the history and evolution of various API languages will help organizations create robust and successful landscapes. How (API) Languages Evolve APIs are languages: they specify how providers and consumers of capabilities communicate. The things that can be “said” in an API conversation are determined by the expressivity of the involved language. Modern Web…

Applying and Extending DHARMA

This post gives some practical examples of the DHARMA method for API Security in a Microservice Architecture, and also shares some opportunities for extending the model. This article shares concepts from the O’Reilly book Securing Microservice APIs. If you’re attending OSCON next week, Rob Wilson and Matt McLarty will be signing and giving away print copies during lunch on Tuesday, July…

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