API Economy

APIs - whether you like it or not.

APIs - Whether you like it or not...

We're all in control of our enterprise architectures, right? If we need a new technology capability, we have proven governance and management systems in place to procure or develop them. If we don't request things, they don't happen. And with that in mind, if we need an API we are equally set up to procure or develop it. If we don't request APIs, they don't happen.
Crowdsourced Architecture with IntegrationWorks

Crowdsourced Architecture: The IW Buzzword

"Open" this, anything "as-a-service", and "crowd" that. Do you ever feel as if you are caught in an avalanche of buzzwords? Crowd-sourcing is a hot topic, and for good reason. If conceived and done well it can harness the abilities and inputs of a group, and through iterative continuous improvement tend towards producing at a level and creativity far beyond the imagination of the individuals involved. This blog about crowdsourcing, was crowdsourced by our team of integration experts and written by our own collaboration enthusiast, Paul Evans.
IntegrationWorks API journey and API Economy

The API Economy - API technology connectivity for beginners

Before we kick off for another massive week at IntegrationWorks after Easter and after our highly successful API Economy tech-breakfast sessions in Australia, we’ve taken some feedback from people who are wanting to learn more about the API Economy but who are not sure where to start or what the overall process looks like. So, given our experience and expertise in all things API and integration, our Chief Technology Officer Ian Vanstone thought he’d break it down into a step-by-step article, where all you do is have to follow the steps and ask us questions.

The API Economy & NZ – how we can all benefit

New Zealand enterprise organisations have a thirst for API knowledge and a keen interest in what our offshore competitors are doing to enhance digital transformation, it was revealed this week at IntegrationWorks Tech-breakfast seminars.