API Development and Integration
API, or application program interface, which is essentially a language or protocol by which the components of your software can interact with each other or with components of publicly available software.
For example, the Google Maps API allows you to embed maps onto your own website, while the YouTube Analytics API allows you to track data about your video views.
- • Adopt an API-driven architecture when building distributed architectures, such as microservices, to maximize flexibility, scalability, and uptime.
- • Synchronize data across multiple applications when implementing open source or third party APIs and integrate these with your existing software/infrastructure.
- • Ensure security by implementing fine-grained access and control policies.
- • Extend company-wide automation and enable integration with a variety of software systems and subsystems