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Politics and API economy : How to enhance Trust for a programmable web?

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Our world is based on trust. Trust between humans , trust between companies, trust for the system. It is only because of this trust that we invest for the future and we build things. …

Our world is based on trust. Trust between humans , trust between companies, trust for the system. It is only because of this trust that we invest for the future and we build things.
It is the same for internet and APIs. I explain here how trust will enable the web-as-a-platform and I point whate are the threats today on the API economy.
I aslo propose a criteria system in an API rating agency that i'm building.

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  • 1. ECONOMY,POLITICS & APIsTRUST IN THE API ECONOMY
  • 2. ABOUT MEMehdi Medjaoui@Webshell_ webshell.io@api500 api500.com{"apis": "the joy"} apijoy.tumblr.com
  • 3. INTERNETCONTENT1990USERS???20002010
  • 4. MOBILE THEFUTURE OFSOFTWARE !Last year...
  • 5. Apps power mobile.
  • 6. APIs power Apps.Apps power mobile.
  • 7. FUTURE OF SOFTWARE2005
  • 8. FUTURE OF SOFTWAREGoogle MapsFacebookTwitter2005 2010
  • 9. FUTURE OF SOFTWAREGoogle MapsFacebookTwitter2005 2010 2015
  • 10. Klout (raised $40M)FacebookTwitterLinkedinFoursquareInstagramTumblrBloggerSCORE2 trendy APIs driven product in 2013Siri or Google nowMovie TheaterGoogle MapsWeatherbugTwitterCitysearchWolphram alphaEventfulYelpOpentableAlchemyNuance50APIsSRI AI
  • 11. INTERNETCONTENT1990USERSMOBILE20002010
  • 12. INTERNETCONTENT1990USERSMOBILE20002010
  • 13. CONTENT1990USERSAPIs20002010INTERNET
  • 14. Open API economy is coming!
  • 15. APIClassical products distributionWeb service distributed via an API
  • 16. issuefor all API platformsBIG
  • 17. 20TH CENTURY SUPPLY CHAIN
  • 18. 21TH CENTURY SUPPLY CHAIN
  • 19. WHATS TRUST????
  • 20. Long time to build...
  • 21. TRUST INBUSINESS?
  • 22. GIVE MEWHAT YOUPROMISED
  • 23. AND ILLTRUST THEECOSYSTEM
  • 24. This is whywe callcredit credit
  • 25. NATIONALDEBTCOMPANIESPEOPLE
  • 26. TRUST
  • 27. WE NEEDED TONOT TOREINVENTTHE WHEEL
  • 28. AND PROMOTEDSUPPLY CHAINMANAGEMENT
  • 29. 21TH CENTURY SUPPLY CHAIN
  • 30. TRUST INBUSINESS 2.0?
  • 31. TRUST IS THAT IM SURETHAT WHAT YOU YOUPROMISE ME TO DELIVERYOULL GIVE ME
  • 32. ~50APIs
  • 33. WE NEED TONOT TOREINVENTTHE WHEEL
  • 34. AND PROMOTEdata and servicesSUPPLY CHAINMANAGEMENT
  • 35. What are thethreats on theopen APIeconomy?
  • 36. What is open?● Access
  • 37. What is open?● Access● Transparency
  • 38. What is open?● Access● Transparency● Freedom and reusability
  • 39. What is open?● Access● Transparency● Freedom and reusability● Neutrality
  • 40. Openness isbased onTrust
  • 41. API CHANGES
  • 42. STABILITYEVOLUTION
  • 43. Few examplesSalesforceFacebookFace.com, simplegeo
  • 44. API Strategy&ToS
  • 45. API Terms ofService?Didnt Read!
  • 46. API NEUTRALITY
  • 47. NET NEUTRALITY● Absolute non discrimination to 3rd-party● Limited discrimination without tiering● First-come First-served
  • 48. OPEN API NEUTRALITY● Absolute non discrimination to 3rd-party● Limited discrimination without tiering● First-come First-served
  • 49. COPYRIGHT
  • 50. Not Copyrightable :ListsCopyrightable : customcreation
  • 51. API design?Oracle Vs Googlecase
  • 52. THREATS RESUMEMaintenance & deliveryTerms of service & NeutralityCopyright
  • 53. Finally, how to givetrust to developers?
  • 54. OPEN API PYRAMID OF NEEDSBasic Access
  • 55. OPEN API PYRAMID OF NEEDSConsistencyBasic Access
  • 56. OPEN API PYRAMID OF NEEDSDesignConsistencyBasic Access
  • 57. OPEN API PYRAMID OF NEEDSPolicyDesignConsistencyBasic Access
  • 58. OPEN API PYRAMID OF NEEDSPolicyDesignConsistencyBasic AccessConfidence
  • 59. OPEN API PYRAMID OF NEEDSPolicyDesignConsistencyNeutralityBasic AccessConfidence
  • 60. OPEN API PYRAMID OF NEEDSPolicyDesignConsistencyNeutralityBasic AccessConfidenceTRUST
  • 61. THE SOLUTION
  • 62. API RATINGCRITERIAS
  • 63. API Design anddocumentationTrust in thecompanyAPI teaminvolvementAPIecosystemAPIPolicy
  • 64. Trust in the company● Business● API driven/oriented● Developer policy● Financial results
  • 65. API Design and documentation● Protocol● Data● Documentation● SDK● Console examples● Versioning
  • 66. API team involvement● Support● Forum● Blogging & comm● Time response● Roadmap
  • 67. API ecosystem● Applications running● Status history● Partnerships● Customers● Stability
  • 68. API Policy● Terms and conditions● Business model● Pricing● Freemium● Neutrality
  • 69. API rating criterias
  • 70. API Rating Agency(soon on api500.com)
  • 71. Does APIs are becoming thenew software patents?
  • 72. opening the knowledge ofyour invention.juridical and commercialmonopoly in a market fieldbased on technologyin exchange ofPatents provide
  • 73. juridical and commercialmonopoly in a market fieldbased on a data or servicein exchange ofOpen APIs provideopening the access of yourasset (data or service)
  • 74. WHY OPEN?
  • 75. THANKS!Mehdi Medjaoui@webshell_m.medjaoui@webshell.io

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