With McAfee Focus underway this week I wanted to revisit security, risk and compliance in the context of providing Bulletproof API management. So what does it take? There is some prevailing wisdom out there that security for APIs and API … Read more >
Monthly Archives: September 2013
It has been several years since Gartner first made their prediction that Citizen Developers will create at least 25% of business applications by 2014. We have quite a few of these at Intel, and I recently shared one of my … Read more >
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APIs are big news this week for the federal government. First we have the former U.S. CTO calling on APIs as a means to accelerate data sharing across agencies, and second we have a preview from NPR of what it … Read more >
2013 U.S. PhD Fellowship and Early Career Faculty Honor Program Awardees Each year, Intel invests in universities around the globe to promote and encourage the best and brightest ideas and talent. As part of this initiative we are pleased to announce the 2013 U.S. awardees of the PhD Fellowship Program and the Early Career Faculty […] Read more
Securosis has a new analyst report out called “API Gateways: Where Security Enables Innovation”. The paper describes how API gateways simultaneously enable security and software development. It shows how security can be enforced practically, without becoming an impediment to productivity … Read more >
Session Presentation Slides Available Here: Enabling the Smart Connected World What’s up Everyone?! Are you ready for IDF 2013?! In the effort to bring forth some of the top technology experts from behind the scenes at Intel, I’m pleased to share … Read more >
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It’s death came furiously and quick, like an earthquake shaking the carefully constructed buzzword tower engineered by Enterprise software marketers around the world. Anne Thomas Manes proclaimed the death of SOA back in 2009 in her seminal blog “SOA is dead; Long … Read more >
We’re back again! As you know, IDF this year was buzzing about how the Internet of Things (IoT) is all around us and how compute is reaching into more and more aspects of our daily lives. A great example of … Read more >
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De-identifying Data in APIs I was catching up on my RSS feeds over the weekend, reading all the things I missed while I was at IDF, when I saw this great post from Kin Lane calling for “A Masking, Scrubbing, … Read more >
I am very excited to be speaking alongside Andreas Constantinou from VisionMobile next week in a joint webinar entitled “Connect Enterprise APIs to Mobile Application Development.” We’ll be talking about the explosion of mobile application development tools and the complexity this … Read more >
The API Economy is launched and it’s not too late to join in the fun. According to Pew Research, 91% of American adults have a cell phone and 34% of American adults own a tablet computer. The proliferation of mobile devices … Read more >
My colleague Blake posted yesterday with a response to Daniel Jacobson’s thought-provoking post, “Why you probably don’t need an API strategy”. Blake spells out some pretty clear reasons why you do need an API strategy and outlines some of the different … Read more >
I thoroughly enjoyed Daniel Jacobson’s talk at Mashery’s BAPI this year and have shamelessly borrowed a quote from one of his slides as a permanent fixture to my Outlook signature: It takes nearly three years of public API requests to … Read more >
As is always the case, IDF 2013 in San Francisco last week was a very busy, fun, and important event for the technology industry. It was personally very exciting for me to attend the top-notch keynotes this year and hear … Read more >
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In just one week many of us will gather in Warsaw, Poland, for the 35th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners. The title of the Conference is Privacy: A Compass in a Turbulent World. The conference title causes me to remember the 23rd Commissioners Conference, which was in Paris. That gathering happened just […] Read more
It’s an exciting week in API Management with both Intel’s #IDF13 and Business of APIs conference. Most notably was John Musser’s presentation, specifically API Secret #5, which is “Internal Use may be the biggest API use case” I couldn’t agree … Read more >
Last week I (along with many other Intel Employees and customers) attended the Intel Developer Forum at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. I was impressed with the range of mobile application development tools showcased, along with the new devices … Read more >
The Intel Developer Forum (IDF) has a long history of introducing innovative new concepts and advancements to developers and press alike. This year is no different, as one of the exciting new technologies prominently shown at IDF was Thunderbolt™ 2, … Read more >
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Eric Knipp’s fantastic post (Don’t let API Management Wag the Dog) on cautioning clients on selecting a strategy prior to jumping in with an API Management vendor was excellent. It seems that many of the popular API management vendors are … Read more >