At today's NordicAPIs, Mark Cheshire, COO of API Management Platform 3scale, urged participants to act now to introduce APIs into their business. Not only is software eating the world, said Cheshire quoting Marc Andreessen, but, as his CEO Steve Willmott has rephrased, APIs are eating software.
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|BARZZ||The BARZZ API allows users to retrieve detailed bar and nightclub venue information including bar type, location, amenities, hours, daily specials, and more. The BARZZ API supports both Business and...||Guides||REST|
|Traffic Monitor||APItools Traffic Monitor API allows for tracking, transforming and analyzing the traffic between an app and the APIs used within an application.||Monitoring||REST|
|APIs.io||APIs.io is an open-source search engine that indexes sites that have included a file in the new API discovery format APIs.json, aiming to increase API discoverability. Using the APIs.io API,...||Search||REST|
|PinnedURL||PinnedURL provides link redirection services with link management and analytics. Customers can shorten long affiliate URLs into PinnedURLs for use on social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter,...||Social||Unspecified|
|API Evangelist||API Evangelist is an online resource and blog about APIs, the API industry, API trends, and everything else APIs. The API Evangelist API allows developers to access and integrate the content of API...||News Services||REST|
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Red Hat announced that it signed an agreement to acquire 3scale. By adding 3scale to its existing portfolio, including Red Hat JBoss Middleware, Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Mobile Application Platform, Red Hat hopes to strengthen its enablement of the API economy with simplified cloud integration.
Questioning the potential for API search scalability is the challenge that two presenters, Steve Willmott and Kin Lane, put before Gluecon attendees in a presentation called “API Discovery on the Web.” As reported by ProgrammableWeb on May 21, these two principals of 3SCALE and API Evangelist, respectively, announced an effort to define: 1) a new metadata format called http://APIs.json to describe published Web APIs, and 2) a new Web API search engine – http://APIs.io – which uses the format.