Unified API Governance in the New API Economy

by Chandra Krintz, Rich Wolski

Digital assets are becoming the value-carrying resources that underlie much of today's economic activity. Increasingly, businesses depend on the ability to produce, manage, trade, and, perhaps most problematically, destroy digital artifacts (software and data) as key components of commercial functionality and profitability. Because these assets exist entirely within computer systems that are interconnected via networks, new techniques for managing them, such as Hadoop, cloud computing,1 DevOps, and NoSQL, continue to proliferate. At the same time, previously successful software and IT approaches (e.g., service-oriented architecture, Web services, and machine virtualization) are enjoying a renaissance of utility.

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Unified API Governance in the New API Economy26 September 2013