AppDynamics is moving to turn its application performance management (APM) software into an application intelligence platform. With the unveiling today of AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform, AppDynamics is layering application intelligence applications on top of its service while at the same time inviting third-party organizations to build complementary applications that leverage AppDynamics data that can be accessed via RESTful APIs.
The release of the Human API may help untangle the complex web of big data, insurance standards, health care sensors, and disease causal pathways that currently prevents many developers from designing health applications. The Human API offers a platform to make human health data available through a RESTful interface, using OAuth 2.0 authentication.
As part of an evolving mobile cloud services strategy Oracle envisions a world where developers will be able to shop for APIs in the equivalent of an online store. According to Suhas Uliyar, vice president of mobile strategy product management for Oracle, the initial focus of the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service platform is to allow internal IT organizations to set up their own backed-as-a-service (BaaS) capabilities to integrate mobile computing applications with a variety of backend systems running on Oracle software.