Category Archives: Events

Roberto Medrano

When We Talk About API Security

APIs have changed the way that businesses operate, both at the functional level, and in the opportunities they have opened. Our customers are doing innovative things with their data and intellectual property – extending it to partners and customers, making it usable to developers, and making it available to create more users, all done through… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

Mobile App Development and Unified API Security

San Francisco was overrun with developers and API heads this week as the API World conference held the attention of those who make their living planning, creating and managing APIs. We were at API World this week, a conference dedicated to a huge array of API related issues and trends that included execs, developers, engineers… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

APIs and Mobile App Innovation at Nordic APIs

We’ll be spending the remainder of this week in beautiful, historical Stockholm for the Nordic APIs conference, where we are a sponsor, presenter and participant. The lineup is impressive, and it’s a unique opportunity for us to engage with our Northern European stakeholders and customers. Some of us are fans of ligonberries and gherken, so… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

The Reality of API Lifecycle Management

Much of the talk coming from API management vendors these days has to do with solutions that make sure that APIs work right, perform according to expectations and deliver some form of benefit. Sound a bit vague? Well, for many of these companies, they’re really only peddling a version of, “everyone is using APIs, so… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

We’re Taking API Management to Windows Azure Cloud

We’re at Microsoft’s huge TechEd conference this week and in just the first few hours in can already start to be overwhelming. As one of the largest and arguably most important technology company on the planet, Microsoft touches everything having to do with everything. Mobile, cloud, enterprise, consumer, big data, scripting, platform, developers, marketers, CEOs,… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

Being Recognized for Innovation

This year isn’t over yet, but having had a few intense, whirlwind weeks in our recent schedule, we’re taking inventory of some of our accomplishments of 2012 and we’re beyond pleased. The last couple of weeks especially have been notable for us as we announced a new Enterprise API Platform, launched our Open Developer Community,… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

Cloud Expo 2012: Surging Interest in Enterprise API Management

We just wrapped up a very successful experience at the 11th Cloud Expo, which was held last week at the Santa Clara Convention Center.  It was an exciting, packed event for SOA Software.  We debuted our two new products: The Enterprise API Platform and our SOA Software Open™ platform, a free offering that brings App… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

SOA Software Open – A Community for Developers To Make Great Things Happen

When all the talk of security, scalability, manageability and all the other aspects of software is done, we can get the heart of the matter – developers. There may be a group of MBAs who spend months with PowerPoint and Excel to plan something really big, but it’s the software developers who execute and create.… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

API Management – With a Little Help From Our Friends

We’ve been actively encouraging our stakeholders to take advantage of our API Management Platform to develop APIs and initiate an evolution in their applications that will enable them to become successful by capitalizing on existing assets. One of the things we’ve tried to communicate is the fact that API development can be relatively easy, even when done… Continue reading →

kinlane

Join Kin Lane and SOA Software at the Trojan Hack

Come get your hack on this weekend with SOA Software at the Trojan Hack! I will be going out to the University of Southern California to watch the students from various Los Angeles area universities compete to see which school has the best programmers and entrepreneurs. There is no limitation on what developers can build, the only… Continue reading →

kinlane

Thinking of Sponsoring a Hackathon?

Hackathons were a growing trend in the API space in 2011, and 2012 is shaping up to be a year of explosive growth around hackathons. For those that are new to the hackathon space, these events are not intended to perform illegal activities around computer networks. Software developers widely see hacking as a quick and… Continue reading →