Enterprises are increasingly defined by the applications they use and build to run their core business processes, including the customer experiences they provide. Across all sectors, we see how companies like challenger banks, online healthcare providers, e-commerce providers, and other startups are winning customers by providing new applications.
With the wrong architecture, application programming interface (APIs) can be a bottleneck to not only your applications, but to your entire business. Bottlenecks such as downtime, low performance, or high application complexity, can result in exaggerated infrastructure and organizational costs as well as lost revenue.
Large enterprise customers running business-critical workloads on Azure manage thousands of subscriptions and use automation for deployment and management of their Azure resources.
We live in amazing times when people and businesses at different continents can interact at the speed of light. Numerous industries and applications target users around the globe: e-commerce websites, multiplayer online games, connected IoT devices, collaborative work and leisure experience, and many more.
This morning at the SIBOS conference in London we announced our new Azure Blueprint for the SWIFT Customer Security Program (CSP) control framework. The new Azure Blueprint is being introduced by Microsoft in conjunction with the recent efforts to enable SWIFT connectivity in the cloud.
APIs have become mundane. They have become the de facto standard for connecting apps, data, and services. In the larger picture, APIs are driving digital transformation in organizations.
The IT industry is experiencing a shift from monolithic applications to microservices-based architectures.
Azure API Management has just introduced preview support of OpenAPI Specification v3 – the latest version of the broadly used open-source standard of describing APIs. Implementation of the feature is based on the OpenAPI.NET SDK.
Azure API Management is a fully managed service that enables customers to publish, secure, transform, maintain, and monitor APIs.
Azure Integration Services will be hosting a joint Twitter Ask Me Anything (AMA), or actually “Ask Us Anything”, session for API Management, Logic Apps, Service Bus, and Event Grid on Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM Pacific Time.