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The API Tempest

by Software Strategist at Apigee on Feb 20, 2013

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APIs challenge every notion of IT – governance, financial planning, team composition, success metrics, security – and many notions of business – secrecy, precise business agreements, locus of ...

APIs challenge every notion of IT – governance, financial planning, team composition, success metrics, security – and many notions of business – secrecy, precise business agreements, locus of control.

This is not because of APIs as a technical evolution.

This is because APIs are part of the vanguard of the new world of work, the beginning of a 20-year productivity boom that will unsettle traditional hierarchies and business models in an even more pervasive way than the 10-year boom of the Web.

Looking back from 2018, how will you describe the changes and how you led your company to a dominant market position?

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  • samramji Sam Ramji, Software Strategist at Apigee Jack - you're right, Product to Platform requires more explanation (at least a few slides). I'm writing a paper on it right now and it's somewhat dense. Yes, affiliates would count as 'resellers' - that is meant to be a generic term which can be changed to fit a particular industry. I'm not sure what context you're applying OpenGov in; a consultant would be someone who recommends or customizes the products in order to match them to customer needs.

    I think I see what you're saying about this being a new 'sector' of the practice of software; relative to 'services' the people-powered services are meant to fit into reselling or consulting, and software-powered services are probably Products in this view.

    I appreciate your thoughts; I'll do another draft and repost in the next two weeks.
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  • jrepenning CollabNet at CollabNet I'm not clear on how much or what I'm expected to grok from #19 ('Product to Platform'). Do 'affiliates' count as 'resellers'? Is OpenGov a 'consultant'? I think this covers a real, vigorous, and new sector of the practice, but the sector is not the whole. 'The sector' is something like 'the socialization of commerce' ('socialization' meaning, of course, 'application of social-media culture,' not 'government take-over of all industry' ;-). The stuff not covered might all be subsumed as 'services'. 1 year ago
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