Locaid announced the release of a compliance API. The Google Maps Engine gets an API. Plus: Stripe adds bank transfers Via API, Waratek ships open source API for Java virtualisation, and 9 new APIs.
SOA Software, a leading API management solutions provider, has just announced the availability of a new API Management solution for Microsoft environments. The SOA Software API Management Solution for Microsoft offers enterprise users full lifecycle management of their Microsoft-based APIs including APIs designed for Windows Azure (Cloud Platform, Mobile Services, Service Bus and WebAPI).
An API can be created in any programming language. Similarly, most APIs can be implemented regardless of the technology used by the consuming developer. However, since many APIs make client libraries available, we can take a stab at the most popular programming languages for consuming APIs.
Cloud application platform, Heroku, has released the Heroku Platform API. The Platform API allows developers to extend its cloud platform to third party applications and services. With the release, Heroku hopes to inspire apps built upon the Heroku platform, Heroku-based developer tools, and an expanded Heroku ecosystem into additional web services. The Platform API developed from an internal API that Heroku developers used to build tools like toolbelt and dashboard. Heroku wants to empower its developer community with the same tools it created for in-house use.
Want to invest in Europe? Which companies? The Duedil API brings a simple answer to a complex problem: carrying out due diligence. How can you calculate the goodwill value if, for example, you don’t have a handle on the parameters of their intellectual property? Duedil has it.
Last week, for the first time I had the opportunity to attend the Glue conference in Broomfield, CO. An aptly named conference, Glue’s mission is to provide a technical forum for web application builders, architects, and integrators to talk about the various technologies that stick together to make a web platform and its associated applications. It’s one of the most exciting and nerdy places you can go, and it’s well worth the investment if you’re in this industry. Perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of this conference is the co-mingling of Big Enterprise and Scrappy Start-up.
Our API directory now includes 53 energy APIs. The newest is the EcoSCADA API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Genability API. We list 4 Genability mashups. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of energy APIs.
Here is an interview with Tal Rotbart, founder and CTO of SpringSense. The Springsense API has been covered by us before here. The API allows developers to recognize any nouns in a body of text and can be used for returning meaning of text, submitting sentences for meaning detection, and submitting text for disambiguation.
There’s no shortage of integration platforms in the cloud these days with Tibco Software becoming the latest vendor to join their ranks. Tibco this week unfurled Tibco Cloud Bus, a subscription based integration service that differs from other services in that IT organizations have the option of deploying it anywhere they like versus being locked into a particular cloud computing platform.
Orchestrate.io, a technology startup founded in March 2013, has just announced that the company has obtained a seed investment round of $3 million. Orchestrate.io is a brand new data API designed to eliminate the need for deploying databases when building new applications or when adding new features to existing applications. In addition to developing and deploying the Orchestrate.io service for strategic partners, the seed funding will be used to expand the core development team and deploy the service across multiple cloud providers on several continents. True Ventures leads the Orchestrate.io funding which has also been joined by Frontline Ventures and Resonant Venture Partners.