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OPEN TALK (API): From APIs to Applications: Gaining Control of Cloud-Native Apps

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Przemek Kulik
Software AG, Senior Director of Product Management

Przemek Kulik, Senior Director of Product Management at Software AG, is the leader for API Management product within the Integration & API line. He owns product strategy, direction and vision also working closely with product marketing on the go-to-market execution.

Mr. Kulik has been with Software AG for more than 12 years and has worked with many customers around the world, being personally involved in the execution of their projects. He has been providing implementation support, technology and architectural guidance to help them achieve their goals. In his current role, he helps customer organizations understand the value or API economy and how API Management technology supports it and enables innovation to solve current and future needs. Mr. Kulik holds a Master of Science degree in Information Systems & Management from the Warsaw University of technology.


Running applications in a distributed cloud architecture poses new challenges in operational complexity, some of which are addressed by service mesh and other network-level tools. But these tools lack the awareness needed to manage your services and APIs as business applications. Modern apps need to understand consumers to optimize and personalize product delivery. They need to track usage and model behavior. And they need to provide advanced user authorization while also protecting private data.

During this live demo, learn how you can:

-Leverage an API gateway as a central control plane to manage application-level policies and service meshes
-Transform a microservice into an API that can be governed and shared
-Use microgateways to do low-code context-aware transformation, orchestration and routing
-Gain deep visibility into the behavior of an app and its users to drive the product roadmap and improve real-time user targeting