The AWS Service Catalog Java Sample Code demonstrates how to access cloud services. Learn more at https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk-java/blob/master/aws-java-sdk-servicecatalog/src/test/java/com/amazonaws/services/servicecatalog/smoketests/AWSServiceCatalogModuleInjector.java
With the democratization of integration the number and types of people trying to share date between applications has grown considerably. In addition to developers, everyone from business analysts to power uses is trying to pull together disparate piece of data in order to highlight some greater truth.
Cloud application platform, Heroku, has released the Heroku Platform API. The Platform API allows developers to extend its cloud platform to third party applications and services. With the release, Heroku hopes to inspire apps built upon the Heroku platform, Heroku-based developer tools, and an expanded Heroku ecosystem into additional web services. The Platform API developed from an internal API that Heroku developers used to build tools like toolbelt and dashboard. Heroku wants to empower its developer community with the same tools it created for in-house use.
Google has made several announcements including the launch of the Google Consumer Surveys API, the general availability of the Google Cloud Vision API with new features, the launch of Google Cloud CDN Beta, and the launch of Autodesk Maya. The APIs are available on the Google Cloud Platform site.