API Scalability / Management
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Creating a successful API requires a proper process from concept and design, through development, and into ongoing maintenance and good developer support. There are many steps to a good API. As developer expectations for better-quality APIs increase, tools have made it easier to do this well. Looking at the full API Product Lifecycle to design an API people will use, Jeremy Glassenberg will share the newest tools -- and potentially upcoming opportunities -- to better automate the planning and creation of a solid developer program.
In this technical session, Xavier Durand, Co-founder and Developer Advocate at Aircall, will discuss the importance of building your public API for the developer experience. Xavier will speak to:
- The innovations that are key to making your platform a go-to for developers
- How he built a public API that has 70% of integrations built by customers
- Lessons he learned along the way (putting his vision into practice)
Developing internal APIs is a key step in an enterprise's digital transformation journey. Internal APIs help unlock data silos enabling developers to easily connect and access different systems within the organization. This results in efficiencies and enables enterprises to introduce new products faster.
How do you manage all the internal APIs? How do you ensure high performance for your internal APIs? How do you protect these APIs and maintain zero-trust security policies? Attend this session to find out answers to these questions and learn about guiding principles in managing internal APIs.
An excellent developer experience can take many shapes. Since there isn't a one-size-fits-all solution, you should lean on your customers to build the developer experience that caters to their particular needs and use cases.
In this session, we will discuss how to include your customers in the developer experience lifecycle, including identifying areas of improvement, building and testing developer tools, and ongoing maintenance.
This presentation describes how to implement Multi-Cloud native strategies using advanced an open source framework that allows for Cloud-agnostic Multi-Cloud deployment and optimized management of the serverless applications based on flexible monitoring, context aware maximization of the application owner’s utility of the deployed serverless components, and autonomic reconfiguration based on the application’s current execution context.
Observability is taking over as the ideal practice for monitoring and supporting modern applications. But how does this related to APIs? In this talk I will cover how Observability fits in API development and supporting APIs.