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…

From API Craftsmanship to API Landscaping

Keynote from Nordic APIs 2018 Platform Summit in Stockholm, Sweden. Slide available here: http://dret.net/lectures/nordic-apis-2018/ Moving from designing and managing individual APIs to the successful management of large, diverse, and evolving API landscapes can be challenging. But it is a transition that is necessary to realize the value of API-centric organizations, where each and every product provides an API….

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…

Should Your APIs be Open?

Dive into the pros and cons of implementing open APIs Show Notes In the third episode of our new podcast series, Erik Wilde , Mike Amundsen, Matt McLarty and Ronnie Mitra dive into the pros and cons of implementing open APIs—exploring how offering a public API might impact your organization, from a business and strategy perspective.

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