Within IT operations circles Splunk is a fairly well known tool for making sense of the massive amounts of machine data generated by IT systems. So it should come as no surprise that Splunk would view the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) as an opportunity to extend the reach of its analytic software into the broader realm of telematics.
An API makes IBM’s Watson publicly accessible: it’s not just elementary. Google is using Cloud Endpoints to connect mobile developers to the cloud. Plus: Restlet raises $2M with APISpark, Google opens up spectrum database API for TV whitespace, and 10 new APIs.
Pinterest reveals more about its API. Amazon Web Services launches CloudTrail for user visibility tracking. Plus: Twitter announces timelines for hashtags, APIMetrics offers service to monitor API performance, and 10 new APIs.
Luc Julia, former boss of Siri development at Apple, is now demonstrating SAMI, or the Samsung Architecture for Multimodal Interactions. Plus: AppGyver integrates Appbackr Xchange API for porting apps, how APIs facilitate open source branding, and 18 new APIs.
Now with almost two years in operation, custom analytics cloud platform Keen IO believe they have both a strong analytics product for existing customers, and the potential to quickly move into emerging market domains in the years ahead. Their strategy? To win over developers first, and let the developers evangelize back to end customers. The company provides the Keen IO API to help businesses process information by defining each piece of data as an event that can be catalogued and analyzed.
You have heard of fitness apps that collect personal data. Well, now a system is in the works to quantify your car data as well. Eventually, it will make that data available in personal APIs for other developers to build on.
Amazon has announced an introductory bundle for AWS aimed at Startups. Fuse tracks all of the data your dashboard doesn’t. Plus: Forum Systems will host an API security webinar and 9 new APIs.
Good Technology has released what they are calling an ‘open API mobile set’ as part of their Shared Services Framework. The intention is to give more power to inhouse developer teams to move beyond app-connected workflows to incorporate service functions into seamless business processes. The workflows are protected by framework-driven security containerization, making it easier for developers to reuse code and connect various apps through APIs all within a secure mobile framework. ProgrammableWeb spoke with John Dasher, VP of Product Marketing at Good Technology.