Zoeticx Unfurls Healthcare Application Platfom in the Cloud

Michael Vizard, March 28th, 2014

There are a lot of opportunities for developers in the healthcare space, but accessing the data needed to drive those applications can be maddeningly frustrating. There are no shortage of electronic medical record (EMR) systems, but they all have their own proprietary interfaces.


3SCALE Launches AWS API Proxy

Eric Carter, March 24th, 2014

3SCALE recently announced the launch of the 3SCALE AWS API Proxy. The new offering allows anyone to setup an API management proxy on Amazon’s AWS infrastructure. To learn more about the new API proxy, ProgrammableWeb caught up with 3SCALE CEO, Steve Willmott.


Point.io Unfurls Business Process Integration Service in the Cloud

Michael Vizard, March 12th, 2014

Most enterprise IT environments consist of multiple generations of legacy enterprise applications that collectively represent a business process. In recent years, the more advanced IT organizations have layered suites of business process management (BPM) software as part of an effort to manage those business processes in a more holistic fashion.


New SOA Software Security Features Prevent Growing API Attacks

Mark Boyd, February 26th, 2014

SOA Software has announced new security features to enable advanced identity management and authentication as well as threat protection as part of their API Gateway service. Speaking with ProgrammableWeb, VP of Marketing Sachin Agarwal said the new suite of security features “is an extremely big release for us.”


Layer 7 Solves the Mobile Enterprise App Challenge

Mark Boyd, February 26th, 2014

From the two sides of the globe, CA Technologies — owner of the Layer 7 API Management Suite — has announced new API services aimed at providing developers and enterprises with a full mobile suite platform. At DeveloperWeek in San Francisco, Dana Crane, senior product manager at CA Technologies, launched the General Availability of the API Portal; at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Dimitri Sirota, Layer 7 cofounder, talked to ProgrammableWeb about the launch of the API Gateway.


Oracle Envisions Opening API Stores in the Cloud

Michael Vizard, January 24th, 2014

As part of an evolving mobile cloud services strategy Oracle envisions a world where developers will be able to shop for APIs in the equivalent of an online store. According to Suhas Uliyar, vice president of mobile strategy product management for Oracle, the initial focus of the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service platform is to allow internal IT organizations to set up their own backed-as-a-service (BaaS) capabilities to integrate mobile computing applications with a variety of backend systems running on Oracle software.


MuleSoft Adds New API Design and Monetization Features to Anypoint Platform

Mark Boyd, January 23rd, 2014

Today, MuleSoft has launched a major upgrade to its Anypoint Platform for APIs, aimed at assisting businesses to take a design-first approach to their API strategy. ProgrammableWeb spoke with Uri Sarid, CTO at MuleSoft just prior to the launch.


Twitter Engagement Part 3: Identifying Influencers and Leads for Engagement

Guest Author, November 20th, 2013

TwitterOnce you start collecting tweets and users in a relational database as described in my previous post, you have the power of SQL queries to identify the best targets for engagement.


Twitter Engagement Part 2: Collecting Tweets and Users

Guest Author, November 19th, 2013

TwitterControlling a local database is vital for collecting tweets and users from the Twitter API. Once this is accomplished, you no longer have to worry about rate limits, API reliability or speed of access. I do most of my work with MySQL, but any server-based database can be used—even a flat file in CSV format is a viable solution for minimal storage needs.


5 Reasons Your API Is Still Private

Guest Author, November 18th, 2013

It’s easy to forget that private APIs are the norm. Putting together the right public/private API strategy requires identifying the risks and needs of your business, and making smart moves to take things in the right direction.


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