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Until recently networking engineers hardly needed to know what API stood for, let alone how to use one. That’s all changing now as API growth picks up critical mass, which risks leaving established networking device players flat-footed, argues Teren Bryson over at TechTarget.
Grip has extended its artificial intelligence based event matchmaking engine to third party apps and services through an API. The API is the same API that powers Grip's increasingly popular event matchmaking product. Grip has partnered with five launch partners to demonstrate integration potential.
Aerohive launched a new API-driven platform that pulls data from Wi-Fi networks for use by various business applications. The platform includes a number of APIs, primarily around location, identity, and monitoring. The platform exchanges data with both network devices and end user devices.
Entuity's Network Management Release offers user defined Polling, RESTful API, enhanced event management, and Support for Cisco UCS and Amazon AWS.
Google Cloud Platform announces several networking updates that include DNS API, load balancing, VPN and on-premises connection via Carrier Interconnect.
While just about every developer can find some value in implementing remote access and control software within their application, building that functionality has never been easy.
PacketZoom unfurled a cloud service that enables developers to replace TCP with a faster proprietary networking protocol that it says can improve mobile application performance.