August 8, 2015
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Metro Publisher touts itself as the "Cloud and Mobile CMS of the Future." Its cloud-based platform ensures that users concentrate on their business instead of CMS IT issues. Additionally, most of its industry leading features remain available through the Metro Publisher API. API integration represents one advance in Metro Publisher's dedication to serving the unique needs of its publishing customers.
Textalytics believes that when it comes to tuning in on Internet banter, different types of businesses have different needs. To that end, the Madrid-based text mining specialist this week launched a family of industry-specific semantic APIs. The company claims its RESTful APIs are plug-and-play, easy to use, and multilingual.
The tension that has been building for months between Amazon and supporters of the OpenStack cloud computing framework is finally starting to boil over. This week Hewlett-Packard announced that it will no longer support the Amazon Web Services API on the public cloud computing service it unfurled earlier this week. According to a statement released to ProgrammableWeb by by Roger Levy, vice president and general manager for HP Public Cloud, the issue comes down to Amazon’s ongoing effort to lock customers into a proprietary API.