When it comes to enterprise, IT compliance has been and always will be a headache to one degree or another. The issue in the cloud computing era is that end users can now store almost any type of file anywhere. The good news is that most of those places are a service that exposes an API.
Gliffy, a browser-based diagramming and flowchart tool, today announced the public availability of their new API (technical details at our Gliffy API Profile). The four year old company announced the new API on its blog, noting that Gliffy hopes to take advantage of the growing trend of companies that are unlocking their APIs to extend the reach of their applications and data.
Amazon announced the release of the new AWS Price List API which allows AWS partners and customers to programmatically access the prices of AWS services including (but not limited to) Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon CloudFront, and Amazon RDS. Data is returned in JSON or CSV format.