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Orchestrate has announced that the Orchestrate Events API now features the ability to search, filter and aggregate time series data.
DBaaS startup Appbase has announced the public launch of the Appbase platform and real-time, events-based database API. The company is aiming to become a "Twilio for databases."
The Orchestrate enterprise service and the Orchestrate.io API can be used to rapidly build highly scalable enterprise applications.
Orchestrate has announced the addition of geospatial search to its all-in-one database service, allowing developers to build complete database-driven apps.
Following the success of APIcon in San Francisco in May, ProgrammableWeb takes its API conference to London.
Following an all night hack, a spirited game of 2 am laser tag, a voting finale in speed-geek format (think speed dating for hackers), and with the support and advice of over 15 developer evangelists from some of the leading API providers, the winners of ProgrammableWeb’s first APIcon hackathon were announced yesterday at APIcon. Winners included two security camera apps, an automated travel expenditure app for the connected car, and a machine language chat support client. Teams were given one main criteria (to use as many of the sponsored APIs as possible) and encouraged to unleash their creativity.
This week, Orchestrate launched an API to allow management of multiple databases via a single API and interface. Cofounder and CEO of Orchestrate Antony Falco spoke with ProgrammableWeb about the growth of Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) and why Orchestrate is a game changer for both app developers and the enterprise.