Monthly Archives: May 2014

Simon Barere

API Management at Microsoft Technology Centers

SOA Software recently announced the showcasing of its API Management solution at the Microsoft Technology Centers (MTCs), and I wanted to spend a little time going into more detail on what this means and why it is important. The MTCs are Microsoft locations worldwide where you can preview the latest Microsoft and partner technology. It… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

Three Reasons Why SOA Makes API Adoption Easier

With a company name like “SOA Software”, and a product line of API management and SOA governance solutions, you might think we run around telling people that SOA and APIs are the same thing. Well, they aren’t, and they are. Certainly we recognize that there is a great deal of overlap, but we think that… Continue reading →

Simon Barere

DataPower GatewayScript

The best-selling API and SOA appliance just got better. Earlier this month, IBM announced at the Impact 2014 conference the latest release of its IBM WebSphere DataPower gateway – release 7. The release contains a number of important new features and enhancements. I wanted to focus on one feature that is perhaps the single most… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

API Development and Cloud Considerations

There used to be armies of developers who defined themselves as “integration experts”; they were tasked with doing the hands-on work of IT bartending. In essence, they had to blend different applications together so they produced a result that was greater than the sum of their parts. There were the old guards who dealt in… Continue reading →