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API Management: Provide a layer of visibility to APIs (OTN VTS Session Proposal)

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Abstract:

Mobile applications increasingly use Application Programming interfaces (APIs) in addition to enterprise systems of record in their development. The importance of an API economy is growing by the day.

As the number of APIs produced and consumed by enterprises increases, thanks to an exponential growth of mobiles, tablets, smart devices and computing platforms, the management and visibility

of these APIs becomes increasingly important. Oracle API Catalog (OAC) and the upcoming Oracle API Manager allow organizations to easily manage their APIs and build a catalog of their APIs,

providing visibility and control to the enterprise and a social catalog to API consumers for application development. Come and find out more on this session.

 

Estimated Length: 50-60 minutes


Session Background:

The content is based on an in-depth blog article I wrote about Oracle API Catalog and on a presentation I will co-host on this topic at the Fusion Middleware Forum in Budapest. The content will be

different, because it is more demo minded and less slides.

 

Short bio:

Robert is a Senior Oracle Integration Specialist and Oracle ACE Associate with an emphasis on building service-oriented business processes. Robert has over 7 years of experience in Oracle's SOA Suite

and Oracle's Service Bus (10g, 11g and 12c). Where his specialty is with BPEL, SCA, SOAP, XPath, XQuery, XML, Java, JAX-WS, Advanced Queueing, and PL / SQL. Since 2007 Robert has experience

with Oracle SOA Suite 10g and later with SOA Suite 11g. In the years that followed he worked as Lead SOA Develope and broaden his knowledge on Oracle's Service Bus and Oracle's BPM Suite.


Robert is a frequent author of blog-articles on the AMIS Technology Blog and he coordinated, stimulated and participated in writing blog articles for AMIS celebrating the GA of SOA Suite 12c.

Robert is also a SIG leader for SOA Suite at AMIS and for the Oracle Dutch User Group (OGh). He participated in the SOA Suite 12c Beta program (both on site at Oracle HQ and remotely at AMIS) and

organized most of the activities around the Beta program at AMIS. Robert has presented on many different conferences, including Oracle OpenWorld 2013, the SOA Suite 12c Community Launch Event

in The Netherlands (organized by AMIS and Oracle The Netherlands) and at the Oracle Fusion Middleware Forum.

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