MIT Event: The API Economy – why APIs, not apps, are the future

MIT_IOTMIT Mullingar is proud to present an informal talk by Mark O’Neill entitled “The API Economy – why APIs, not apps, are the future”.

API’s have been around for a long time, however, in recent years Web based API’s have grown hugely in popularity allowing disparate applications talk to each other seamlessly. Every major web player have their API’s e.g. Google, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter. When we talk of the Connected House, Connected Car, Internet of Things, Manufacturing 4.0 etc, API’s are the underlying technology that make it all these work.

Mark advises on strategy for API management, as part of an overall digital platform. He advises on how API management relates to SOA, and SOA governance, including the importance of API security. He brings deep industry knowledge on API governance and architecture.

This talk is suitable for Developers, Architects, Entrepreneurs and IT Business Decision makers.

Event Information

Annebrook House Hotel

Tuesday 21st June, 8pm sharp.

This is a free event however to accommodate all attendees comfortably registration is required.

Register your FREE place on our Eventbrite page →

More information:

Email: mit@cookieweb.ie

MIT Mullingar: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7477636/profile

API’s: http://readwrite.com/2013/09/19/api-defined/

Mark O’Neill Bio –

Mark, a Westmeath born founder of Vordel, the API Gateway vendor acquired in 2012 by Axway. He is the author of the popular ‘Web Services Security’ book and is now an industry analyst based in Boston.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markwoneill

Mark’s book on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Mark-ONeill/e/B0034ORI9A

Founder: http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/investors-on-cloud-nine-as-axway-snaps-up-software-firm-for-50m-28893737.html

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