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Managing your APIs as Products

What sets successful programs apart? A clear API strategy that gives a solid foundation to build upon.

Managing your APIs as Products

With enterprises increasingly treating APIs as full-fledged products-setting targets for revenue, reach, and branding-business-side teams want the power to customize API offerings.

Inside Mashery API Management

A successful API program needs to be relevant to your business, drive value and allow you to plan for growth. To run a successful program, you need to be able to do three key things. Learn more.

Don't be a SOA-sauraus

Enterprise IT faces a new kind of tension: the API economy on the one hand, and SOA on the other, where tight governance is the name of the game. View more.

API Business Models: 20 Models in 30 Minutes

John Musser, CEO of API Science, discusses the progression of API business models and offers examples of companies that have successfully matched their strategy with the appropriate model.

Coca-Cola Enterprises: Mobile Enterprise Supply Chain Integration

Hear Kevin Flowers, CTO of Coca-Cola Enterprises talk about how they adapted to the consumerization of IT by customizing their IT through APIs, while staying true to their architecture.

Lunch Seminar: Best Practices to Build Elastic, Automated Networks

Join us for a special seminar. Featuring practical insight from Citrix, our discussion will focus on five best practices for building next-generation elastic and automated networks using NetScaler integration with Cisco Nexus.

APTs: They're advanced and persistent but they are not malware!

During this webinar, industry experts will talk about advanced threats, discuss a broad-spectrum approach to advanced threat defense and how to gain visibility over the entire threat life cycle.

Next-Gen Solutions For Physical and Virtual Desktops

Watch this webcast to see a comparison of traditional approaches to next-gen technology in delivering and deploying applications.

May 7, 2014 - LIVE AT 9:53 AM PT

LIVE EVENT: 5/7, The End of Data Protection As We Know It. Introducing a Next Generation Data Protection Architecture.

Traditional backup is going away, but where does this leave end-users?

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