In some cases you might want to get some data from cloud based systems to an environment that doesn’t expose APIs or ports to the outside world. Using webhooks makes that a little easier, but you still need a system that accepts webhooks and is able to get them across your firewall. That is exactly where Solace PubSub+ Cloud comes in! I’ve built a small webhook forwarder app, that gets data from Solace and sends it onwards without having any of my systems exposed to the Internet.
As a developer advocate, I’m in the amazing position to talk to lots and lots of developers. Throughout those conversations I hear a lot of the same concerns popping up. Two of those being, “where did I deploy that microservice?” 😩 and “what is the API definition of that microservice again?“😟
Together with the O’Reilly team we did a webinar on Low-Code App Dev. APIs and microservices are awesome if you’re a technical developer, but what if you’re not and you still need to understand how they connect? In this 60 minute webcast, Leon Stigter and Bruno Trimouille of TIBCO Software introduce how low-code platforms can help marketing and sales teams to automate their workflows and deliver on business goals without getting under the hood.
Have you ever had that feeling you wanted to capture data and just send that data to just about anywhere? Google Forms gives you an easy way to create personalized surveys with the style that you want. So we got the first requirement down with that one, but what about sending the data elsewhere? That is where TIBCO Cloud Integration comes in.
You already know Mashery as a great tool for managing your APIs once they’re developed, but how do you even get that far? Join the Mashery team as we discuss the API tools available to define, design and test your APIs before laying down a single line of code, leading to improved cross-departmental communication of planned services, and better end-developer experiences.
With the theme of TIBCO NOW this year being “Digital Smarter”, I wanted to see if I could build the ultimate Valentine’s Day API using our own technology while considering the requirements that might impose on one’s choice of tech.
APIs are generally referred to as a way to access a specific piece of data or business logic. But what if you need to compose APIs into flows that externally expose a business process with more complex data manipulation requirements?
Increasingly, people are choosing to interact digitally with businesses, each other, and even objects. As companies search out ways to make use of the oceans of data being generated from all these interactions, many are opting to explore a business strategy that would have been almost unimaginable just a few short years ago - openly sharing proprietary information with other enterprises.
To successfully compete or even survive in today’s ever-changing business climate, organizations need to become more agile. They need to respond to customer expectations and market changes more quickly. Companies are doing this by using and building APIs. APIs are the model for quickly building and growing successful businesses.
Digital business services built on open API programs are one of the most rapidly evolving categories in business today. Entire industries are being disrupted and transformed by these initiatives. How these APIs are being designed and used is also evolving rapidly. What you’ll learn in this webinar:
Differences between API Management and an API Platform What you can to do to future-proof your APIs Key capabilities needed to build APIs for digital services and IoT