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API Trends –What to expect in 2012
Enterprise APIs go mainstream
Enterprise APIs go mainstreamExplosion in popularity of public APIs               … like Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Enterprise APIs go mainstreamThe real revolution is in enterprise!
Enterprise APIs go mainstreamEnterprises of all sizes are API-enabling their back-end systems
Enterprise APIs go mainstreamOpening the aperture of the use of back-end systems to       enterprises       partners      ...
Enterprise APIs go mainstreamLarge enterprises embracing APIs       telecom enterprises, like AT&T       retail enterprise...
Enterprise APIs go mainstreamExpanded reach to developers sparks innovation             …cool apps drive business
Enterprise APIs go mainstream (WAG!!)2011       - 10% enterprises doing APIs; 10% considering it2012       - 30% enterpris...
API-centric architecture
API-Centric architectureWebsites (portals) for people integrationSOA architecture for app-to-app integrationbut…
API-Centric architectureNew API world focus on integration with apps and developers      …not with people (via portals) or...
API-Centric architectureThink outside-in - not - inside-out       …easy consumption (REST) "chatty" APIs
API-Centric architectureGet comfortable handling      (unpredictable) demand      (rapidly changing) usage patterns
API-Centric architectureAPIs - the de facto and default access point for back-end systems
API-Centric architectureWebsites and some internal processes      become clients of the "new" API layer      no longer use...
API-Centric architectureAPI layer delivered through the Cloud        …handle rapid and evolving provisioning
Data-centric APIs
Data-centric APIsHuge market for data – Siri, WolframAlpha…
Data-centric APIsToday’s models       - highly paid - custom feeds (Dun & Bradstreet)       - free-for-all - sea of xls/cs...
Data-centric APIsToday’s models       - highly paid - custom feeds (Dun & Bradstreet)       - free-for-all - sea of xls/cs...
Data-centric APIsGrowing enterprises data becomes the primary business      …data through apps is the new business model
Data-centric APIsEnterprises will API-enable their data       …RESTify
Data-centric APIsIs it about easy consumption of silos? Or is it for clean linking across silos?
Data-centric APIsWhile data sources might be motivated to publish clean,linkable data, a more likely scenario is new data ...
Enterprise APIs for Analytics
Enterprise APIs for AnalyticsBusiness automation for bottom-line improvements
Enterprise APIs for AnalyticsBusiness optimization for top-line improvements
Enterprise APIs for AnalyticsAPI-adoption juggernaut focused on business automation
Enterprise APIs for AnalyticsHowever, the future of APIs is business optimization              Business     Business     A...
APIs optimized for the mobile developer
APIs optimized for the mobile developerMobile apps drive API development and adoption
APIs optimized for the mobile developerMultiple devices – multiple requirements
APIs optimized for the mobile developerToday        - mobile apps for iPhone (iOS) and Android
APIs optimized for the mobile developerToday        - mobile apps for iPhone (iOS) and AndroidTrend        - HTML5/JavaScr...
APIs optimized for the mobile developerMobile devices need to receive less data in API responsesShouldn’t need to make rep...
APIs optimized for the mobile developerInefficient APIs make things worse for         app developer         API provider
APIs optimized for the mobile developerProblems are multiplied by mobile demand patterns manysmall API requestsConcurrency...
APIs optimized for the mobile developerLet developers filter the size and content of the API responsebefore its returned t...
APIs optimized for the mobile developerGive developers the right format for their app environment       plist for iOS     ...
OAuth 2.0 – the default security model
OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelIn 2012 OAuth will become the default choice for securingAPIs that enable end-users ...
OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelApps are the new intermediaries in the digital world
OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelApps put buyers and sellers together      buyer = end user      seller = API provider
OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelGreat apps package the providers API in                       …a great user experience
OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelAdoptionusers can explore and try an app without compromising theirprivate data and ...
OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelUser can terminate the apps access to their account ifthey dont like or dont trust a...
API TrendsEnterprise APIs go mainstreamAPI-centric architectureData-centric APIsEnterprise APIs for AnalyticsAPIs optimize...
THANK YOUQuestions and ideas to:@sramji@jhingran@brianpaganogroups.google.com/group/api-craft
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    1. 1. API Trends –What to expect in 201201.17.12 @ 11:05 PSTVOIP or Dial-in (see chat)groups.google.com/group/api-craftSam Ramji @sramjiAnant Jhingran @jhingranBrian Pagano @brianpagano
    2. 2. Your hosts
    3. 3. @jhingran @sramji @brianpagano
    4. 4. groups.google.com/group/api-craft
    5. 5. youtube.com/apigee 5
    6. 6. API Trends –What to expect in 2012
    7. 7. Enterprise APIs go mainstream
    8. 8. Enterprise APIs go mainstreamExplosion in popularity of public APIs … like Facebook, Twitter, etc.
    9. 9. Enterprise APIs go mainstreamThe real revolution is in enterprise!
    10. 10. Enterprise APIs go mainstreamEnterprises of all sizes are API-enabling their back-end systems
    11. 11. Enterprise APIs go mainstreamOpening the aperture of the use of back-end systems to enterprises partners independent developers
    12. 12. Enterprise APIs go mainstreamLarge enterprises embracing APIs telecom enterprises, like AT&T retail enterprises, like SEARS
    13. 13. Enterprise APIs go mainstreamExpanded reach to developers sparks innovation …cool apps drive business
    14. 14. Enterprise APIs go mainstream (WAG!!)2011 - 10% enterprises doing APIs; 10% considering it2012 - 30% enterprises doing APIs; 60% considering it
    15. 15. API-centric architecture
    16. 16. API-Centric architectureWebsites (portals) for people integrationSOA architecture for app-to-app integrationbut…
    17. 17. API-Centric architectureNew API world focus on integration with apps and developers …not with people (via portals) or processes (via SOA)
    18. 18. API-Centric architectureThink outside-in - not - inside-out …easy consumption (REST) "chatty" APIs
    19. 19. API-Centric architectureGet comfortable handling (unpredictable) demand (rapidly changing) usage patterns
    20. 20. API-Centric architectureAPIs - the de facto and default access point for back-end systems
    21. 21. API-Centric architectureWebsites and some internal processes become clients of the "new" API layer no longer use back-end systems directly
    22. 22. API-Centric architectureAPI layer delivered through the Cloud …handle rapid and evolving provisioning
    23. 23. Data-centric APIs
    24. 24. Data-centric APIsHuge market for data – Siri, WolframAlpha…
    25. 25. Data-centric APIsToday’s models - highly paid - custom feeds (Dun & Bradstreet) - free-for-all - sea of xls/csv files on a website(Data.gov)
    26. 26. Data-centric APIsToday’s models - highly paid - custom feeds (Dun & Bradstreet) - free-for-all - sea of xls/csv files on a website(Data.gov)Tomorrow’s model - in the middle - data brokered by APIs - free and freemium models co-exist
    27. 27. Data-centric APIsGrowing enterprises data becomes the primary business …data through apps is the new business model
    28. 28. Data-centric APIsEnterprises will API-enable their data …RESTify
    29. 29. Data-centric APIsIs it about easy consumption of silos? Or is it for clean linking across silos?
    30. 30. Data-centric APIsWhile data sources might be motivated to publish clean,linkable data, a more likely scenario is new data platformsthat cleanse and standardize and aggregate
    31. 31. Enterprise APIs for Analytics
    32. 32. Enterprise APIs for AnalyticsBusiness automation for bottom-line improvements
    33. 33. Enterprise APIs for AnalyticsBusiness optimization for top-line improvements
    34. 34. Enterprise APIs for AnalyticsAPI-adoption juggernaut focused on business automation
    35. 35. Enterprise APIs for AnalyticsHowever, the future of APIs is business optimization Business Business APIs of APIs Analysis
    36. 36. APIs optimized for the mobile developer
    37. 37. APIs optimized for the mobile developerMobile apps drive API development and adoption
    38. 38. APIs optimized for the mobile developerMultiple devices – multiple requirements
    39. 39. APIs optimized for the mobile developerToday - mobile apps for iPhone (iOS) and Android
    40. 40. APIs optimized for the mobile developerToday - mobile apps for iPhone (iOS) and AndroidTrend - HTML5/JavaScript for apps that can run on any device
    41. 41. APIs optimized for the mobile developerMobile devices need to receive less data in API responsesShouldn’t need to make repeated API calls to performsimple tasks
    42. 42. APIs optimized for the mobile developerInefficient APIs make things worse for app developer API provider
    43. 43. APIs optimized for the mobile developerProblems are multiplied by mobile demand patterns manysmall API requestsConcurrency the sheer number of devices hitting the APIat once
    44. 44. APIs optimized for the mobile developerLet developers filter the size and content of the API responsebefore its returned to the app
    45. 45. APIs optimized for the mobile developerGive developers the right format for their app environment plist for iOS JSONP for HTML5/JavaScript
    46. 46. OAuth 2.0 – the default security model
    47. 47. OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelIn 2012 OAuth will become the default choice for securingAPIs that enable end-users to interact through apps withtheir valued services
    48. 48. OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelApps are the new intermediaries in the digital world
    49. 49. OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelApps put buyers and sellers together buyer = end user seller = API provider
    50. 50. OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelGreat apps package the providers API in …a great user experience
    51. 51. OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelAdoptionusers can explore and try an app without compromising theirprivate data and privileges services like Salesforce.com, Twitter,Facebook, eBay, . . .
    52. 52. OAuth 2.0 – the default security modelUser can terminate the apps access to their account ifthey dont like or dont trust an app
    53. 53. API TrendsEnterprise APIs go mainstreamAPI-centric architectureData-centric APIsEnterprise APIs for AnalyticsAPIs optimized for the mobile developerOAuth 2.0 - the default security model
    54. 54. THANK YOUQuestions and ideas to:@sramji@jhingran@brianpaganogroups.google.com/group/api-craft

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