Today, we are expanding the programmability of the Apigee API Platform by introducing native Node.js capability, including support for NPM modules and most Node.js features. Developers can deploy unmodified Node.js applications on the Apigee platform. Node.js developers have access to the platform’s enterprise-grade app development environment including the ability to enrich apps with security, traffic management, protocol transformation logic, etc. using the 30+ existing policies . . .
Can you or partners quickly prototype a new app or script that uses Cloud APIs? What if they already have code for a different Cloud provider’s APIs? Companies want to expose cloud service with security, control and visibility, but also find the need to expose existing cloud service using alternative API flavors.
In this video Jeff Smith describes Apigee's API Platform, how it's used to expose cloud services, making consumable APIs that appeal to customers and partners and make it easy for them to migrate to a company's cloud service.
Structures of control are spontaneously generated in every environment and every wave of computing.
Today on the web we have a model where browsers are the single point of control for much of what happens, not just at the level of applications, but at the meta-application level as well. Not simply usage (“point-click-type”), but things about usage – who is the user (browser cookie), what are they using the app through (user agent), where did they come from (referrer), what can we infer about their behavioral state, and so on – as well as modifications of usage (browser add-ins, content...