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Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012
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Cloud API introduction from Infosec 2012

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Presentation from the panel about Cloud API Security from Infosec 2012. It is an introduction to APIs, the developers role and what the difference is between SOAP and REST.

Presentation from the panel about Cloud API Security from Infosec 2012. It is an introduction to APIs, the developers role and what the difference is between SOAP and REST.

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  • Not:\n- Programming language\n- Hardware API like Apples API to the iPhone camera\n\nEasy to use - at least easy to get started with and perceived as easy to use \nLarge number of devs & devices - APIs can be internal and for partners only and then only have few users, but the main advantage of Cloud APIs are that they can be used by a large number of developers outside your organisation and that they can be used on a large number of devices, like mobile phones and tablets\n
  • Not:\n- Programming language\n- Hardware API like Apples API to the iPhone camera\n\nEasy to use - at least easy to get started with and perceived as easy to use \nLarge number of devs & devices - APIs can be internal and for partners only and then only have few users, but the main advantage of Cloud APIs are that they can be used by a large number of developers outside your organisation and that they can be used on a large number of devices, like mobile phones and tablets\n
  • Not:\n- Programming language\n- Hardware API like Apples API to the iPhone camera\n\nEasy to use - at least easy to get started with and perceived as easy to use \nLarge number of devs & devices - APIs can be internal and for partners only and then only have few users, but the main advantage of Cloud APIs are that they can be used by a large number of developers outside your organisation and that they can be used on a large number of devices, like mobile phones and tablets\n
  • Not:\n- Programming language\n- Hardware API like Apples API to the iPhone camera\n\nEasy to use - at least easy to get started with and perceived as easy to use \nLarge number of devs & devices - APIs can be internal and for partners only and then only have few users, but the main advantage of Cloud APIs are that they can be used by a large number of developers outside your organisation and that they can be used on a large number of devices, like mobile phones and tablets\n
  • This kind of API results in using REST...\n
  • This kind of API results in using REST...\n
  • This kind of API results in using REST...\n
  • New business opp. - partnerships, sell API access, new markets and niches\n\nSo how does REST and SOAP compare...\n
  • New business opp. - partnerships, sell API access, new markets and niches\n\nSo how does REST and SOAP compare...\n
  • New business opp. - partnerships, sell API access, new markets and niches\n\nSo how does REST and SOAP compare...\n
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  • Difficult to use - at least it is perceived as difficult, and perception matters when you are trying to attract a large number of developers\n
  • Difficult to use - at least it is perceived as difficult, and perception matters when you are trying to attract a large number of developers\n
  • Difficult to use - at least it is perceived as difficult, and perception matters when you are trying to attract a large number of developers\n
  • Difficult to use - at least it is perceived as difficult, and perception matters when you are trying to attract a large number of developers\n
  • Difficult to use - at least it is perceived as difficult, and perception matters when you are trying to attract a large number of developers\n
  • Popularity - default standard among new APIs and well known by the developers\n\nNo default security model - many to chose from - HTTP Basic/Digest, OAuth 1 & 2 etc\n
  • Popularity - default standard among new APIs and well known by the developers\n\nNo default security model - many to chose from - HTTP Basic/Digest, OAuth 1 & 2 etc\n
  • Popularity - default standard among new APIs and well known by the developers\n\nNo default security model - many to chose from - HTTP Basic/Digest, OAuth 1 & 2 etc\n
  • Popularity - default standard among new APIs and well known by the developers\n\nNo default security model - many to chose from - HTTP Basic/Digest, OAuth 1 & 2 etc\n
  • Transcript

    • 1. Cloud API
    • 2. Backend
    • 3. Backend End Users
    • 4. Backend End Users
    • 5. Backend End Users
    • 6. Backend End Users
    • 7. Backend End Users
    • 8. Backend End Users
    • 9. Backend End Users
    • 10. Backend End Users c
    • 11. Backend API End Users c
    • 12. Backend API End Users
    • 13. Backend API Developer End Users
    • 14. Cloud API
    • 15. Cloud API ‣ Web based (HTTP)
    • 16. Cloud API ‣ Web based (HTTP) ‣ Light weight
    • 17. Cloud API ‣ Web based (HTTP) ‣ Light weight ‣ Easy to use
    • 18. Cloud API ‣ Web based (HTTP) ‣ Light weight ‣ Easy to use ‣ Large number of developers & devices
    • 19. Technology
    • 20. Technology ‣ REST
    • 21. Technology ‣ REST ‣ JSON
    • 22. Technology ‣ REST ‣ JSON ‣ XML
    • 23. Advantages
    • 24. Advantages ‣ New business opportunities
    • 25. Advantages ‣ New business opportunities ‣ More innovation
    • 26. Advantages ‣ New business opportunities ‣ More innovation ‣ Marketing
    • 27. SuccessStories
    • 28. SuccessStories ‣ Salesforce
    • 29. SuccessStories ‣ Salesforce ‣ DnB
    • 30. SuccessStories ‣ Salesforce ‣ DnB ‣ Twitter
    • 31. SuccessStories ‣ Salesforce ‣ DnB ‣ Twitter ‣ Skype
    • 32. SuccessStories ‣ Salesforce ‣ DnB ‣ Twitter ‣ Skype ‣ Facebook
    • 33. SOAP
    • 34. SOAP ‣ Transactions
    • 35. SOAP ‣ Transactions ‣ Message reliablity
    • 36. SOAP ‣ Transactions ‣ Message reliablity ‣ Commonly accepted security model
    • 37. SOAP ‣ Transactions ‣ Message reliablity ‣ Commonly accepted security model ‣ Difficult to use
    • 38. SOAP ‣ Transactions ‣ Message reliablity ‣ Commonly accepted security model ‣ Difficult to use ‣ Large overhead
    • 39. REST
    • 40. REST ‣ Easy to use
    • 41. REST ‣ Easy to use ‣ Popularity
    • 42. REST ‣ Easy to use ‣ Popularity ‣ More data formats
    • 43. REST ‣ Easy to use ‣ Popularity ‣ More data formats ‣ Emerging security standards

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