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Scaling in the API Economy

 

WORKSHOPS

API-First Development with RAML and SoapUI

Room 1: 01:30 PM - 03:30 PM

Daniel Feist, Architect @ Mulesoft
Matti Hjelm, SoapUI Product Manager @ SmartBear
In this workshop we'll develop a real-world API together using RAML to define the interface and SoapUI to simulate and test the interface and API consumer experience before even thinking about the implementation. In doing this we'll cover the powerful design-first features of RAML as well as the tooling available to facilite this approach. We’ll also cover the mocking and prototyping features of SoapUI. Finally we'll implement, deploy and test our new API in a production environment.

Introduction to APIs

Room 2: 01:30 PM - 03:30 PM

By D Keith Casey Jr , API Designer @
Kirsten Hunter and D. Keith Casey Jr will give an introduction to the world of APIs including: What is an API? What do web APIs make possible? Creating a web API and support an API.

CitySDK APIs Boosting Civic App Development

Room 1: 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, Project Manager @ Helsinki, Forum Virium
Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, Jaakko Rajaniemi, Bert Spaan, André Oliveira and Geert Monsieur will talk about how 8 European cities are opening up data through uniform APIs to attract developers to use their skills to develop useful and better services for citizens. Especially, you will see how CitySDK APIs are helping developers to develop scalable apps for tourism, mobility and citizen participation.

Successful development and deployment best practices to secure, monitor and manage APIs

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Room 2: 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

By Isabelle Mauny, Director of Product Management @ WSO2
We will share successful development and deployment best practices of WSO2 customers to secure, monitor, and manage APIs. We will cover: Securing access to APIs, Combining SAML 2.0 and OAuth, Passing security context to back-end services, Monitoring an API infrastructure and reacting in real-time to API calls' patterns.