DevOps based practices have reached the maturity point where CTOs and Architects are brainstorming ways to drive the next set of efficiencies in their software development lifecycles. This is at an interesting time when organizations are driving focus toward cost management and security. Expect a creative drive toward smarter, simpler, more secure, but cost-conscious DevOps initiatives in 2020. Read more here
As more organizations shift to an API-first development strategy to further drive innovation, partnerships and rich end user experiences, the proliferation of demand and consumption of APIs can bring its own challenges, if not properly executed from the get-go. Amidst the ever-increasing rush to develop and publish an API to remain competitive, we see several common issues arise–and often only after the API is rolled out–that negatively impact integrations, future partnership opportunities and end user experiences. Read on for a look at these common challenges and how to address them before you hit publish on your next API.
The rise in microservices and application teams means that B2B organizations needs to cater to a whole new way of working. Empowering many teams within an organization to deploy their changes in parallel via API driven workflows in critical. Here is a tactical post on how to enable this via Akamai's CDN capabilities