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Simon Barere

Microsoft Predictions for 2014

The end of 2013 coincided with the new product launch of SOA Software’s Intermediary for Microsoft. Not a bad way to end the year. SOA Software has always been committed to first class SOA and API management support for the Microsoft community, and Intermediary for Microsoft marks an exciting next milestone in our Microsoft product… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

2014 Predictions for APIs – Hold on to Your Hats

When we made our 2013 predictions for the realm of APIs, our premise was that API adoption and use was still a relatively nascent area, but one about to explode once smart people figured out its potential. We were certainly spot-on in that regard, but few believed us when we suggested that the API Economy… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

API Management: What the Different Formats Offer

When a programmer sets out to construct a business-oriented API, he or she has to strongly consider what data format best fits the company’s needs, as well as the intended end-users. Some formats are more user-friendly than others, which makes them suitable for a consumer (B2C) application.  For a limited B2B interaction, a Web-friendly JSON… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

From Inception to Completion: Building the Best API

The recent surge in the popularity of APIs among the consumer public has sent companies scrambling to the programmer’s drawing board to devise their own. Much of this has to do with the continuing trends of portability in electronic devices (e.g, Smartphones and Tablets) which – as it turns out – are a natural medium… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

RESTing Easy – Securing the Most Popular API Delivery Platform

More often than not, with simplicity comes greater risk. Making platforms more user-friendly tends to make them more easily compromised by system breaches, by virtue of the fact that there are more elements instituted – precisely to make an interface more readily embraced by a wider network – through which attacks can occur or software/hardware… Continue reading →