Hewlett-Packard is looking to make its application testing tools more accessible than ever via implementations that are hosted in the cloud. Developers can access these tools via RESTful APIs. Kelly Emo, director of product marketing for HP Software, says that by making HP LoadRunner 12 and HP Performance Center 12 available as a cloud service, HP is making a concerted effort to introduce a broader spectrum of organizations to its application testing tools.
HP APIs (54)
HPE Haven OnDemand Restore Text Index
||The Restore Text Index API offered by HPE Haven OnDemand lets developers restore an index at a previous state. HPE Haven OnDemand is a Machine Learning platform with more than 60 APIs for...||Machine Learning||03.21.2015|
HPE Haven OnDemand List Resources
||The List Resources API offered by HPE Haven OnDemand returns a list of the developer's dynamic resources. The response includes the name, flavor, and type of the indexes that you have created using...||Machine Learning||03.21.2015|
HPE Haven OnDemand Document Categorization
||The Document Categorization API offered by HPE Haven OnDemand lets developers categorize documents according to a set of categories that they create. To use this API, developers must create a text...||Machine Learning||03.21.2015|
HPE Haven OnDemand Concept Extraction
||The Concept Extraction API offered by HP IDOL OnDemand lets developers extract key concepts from text by using statistical methods. Developers provider some input text or a document, and this API...||Extraction||03.21.2015|
HPE Haven OnDemand Retrieve Index Fields
||The Retrieve Index Fields API offered by HP IDOL OnDemand lets developers retrieve a list of the fields that have been ingested into a given text index. The Retrieve Index Fields API also returns the...||Content Management||03.21.2015|
Considering how many APIs were added to our directory during 2015, it's nearly impossible for developers to take notice of all the unique and important innovation that the API world is driving. Here, we highlight some interesting technology we've seen this year that developers may have missed.