White Paper: Akana
Why should businesses care about Microsevices?
Microservices have become an important aspect in business, as they are gaining traction, making headlines and stimulating new thinking about how to organize application architecture. The Microservices Architecture offers IT organizations a great deal of potential for agility and cost reduction due to their granularity and reuse.
This whitepaper looks at how Microservices work and offers some thinking on how to make the most of them, in business terms while retaining their inherent technological advantages. It highlights the following points by providing answer to why business should care about Microsevices?
How to implement Microservices?
What are the benefits of deploying Microservices architecture?
What are the reasons to transition to Microservices architecture?
How Microservices are different from Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)?
How Microservices are different from APIs?
Managing API security in digital economy provides the capabilities you need to bring systems together, enhancing security and regulatory compliance, deliver better customer experiences faster and capitalize on new opportunities. So how can you successfully build and manage your APIs security in the digital economy? This whitepaper outlines the source of security risks with application program interfaces, and how to eliminate them in the digital economy. It addresses questions like: What are the major API security concerns? How to ensure secure API use in the enterprise? What are the API security testing tools and methodologies? How to minimize cloud API security risks? Inside this whitepaper: Common API security mistakes- and how to avoid them A Missed Opportunity: Securing the API Consumer Best API Security Practices in digital economy
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What is Enterprise ?
In the computer industry, an enterprise is just another name for a business; the term is often used to describe all the organization that uses computers. Enterprise is a term that encompasses small and big, private, public businesses, corporations, government bodies, and possibly unique sorts of business affiliations. You will often come across the usage of the word “Enterprise” when examining about new organizations and different organizations.
What is Business ?
By definition a business is an organization or economic system with consistent and typical exchange of produced goods and offered services for one another or for money to fulfill human needs. Types of businesses, Non-Profit business: This is a type of business with charitable or educational goal rather than earning money from its services.
What is Application Programming Interface ?
Application Programming Interface (API), Application Programming Interface (API) have existed quite long time ago, since the invention of first computer programs. The first API was developed and released by Salesforce.com in the year 2000, reports developer.ibm.com. In the same year, Ebay released its first web-based API, followed by Amazon starting their new Amazon Web Services (AWS). This gave rise to a new API age, and reached a matured point of hosting external APIs letting the cloud service