Evolution of API EconomyBy CIOAdvisor Apac | Friday, February 22, 2019
API (Application Programming Interface) economy is impelling companies to secure the digital services and assets. Having API that is useful in providing solutions to the consumers is DevOps core goal. API economy is growing for its management platforms acting as an API request and protects the back ends of services from being brought down from too many breaches or queries. API platforms have a wide range available for many tailored solutions that cater to specific needs.
API economy also promises to streamline B2B (Business to Business) integration as an alternative legacy approach to EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) services. API economy focuses on LOB (Line of Business) goals improving the workforce. DevOps makes it inevitable that APIs are available with an eye to eye suitability to perform all tasks effectively. API operations need to migrate, provision, backup, replicate, and so on. All these operations contribute to the availability and quality of the application which is all DevOps.
API brings a new level of connectivity and data sharing to too many applications regardless of their data structures, platforms, and underlying technologies. API economy contributes to efficiencies, innovation, and growth. API allows enterprise organizations to share different data in a set of clearly defined communication methods. API-publishing companies benefit from the API economy with added values and new users from third-party developers that give good services and platforms.
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