Articles tagged 'api'

Export CloudHub Logs To An External Logging System

Overview

It is a common use case to export the application logs out of CloudHub to a target system for example Loggly or SPLUNK Enterprise because these products have rich capabilities and support of representing the operational information to different audiences.

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APIdays New Zealand: Call for Speakers

You probably heard about the brilliant turnout we had at APIdays Sydney last February. The API community in Australia is alive and kicking goals with a lot of interest from businesses of all sizes and a clear demonstration that API thinking is now mainstream.

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Developing Bulk APIs with Mule, RAML and APIKit

Recently we’ve been writing quite a few ‘bulk’ APIs - where consumers don’t want a single resource, or a screenful of search results but instead need (close to) the entire record set. In this blog we discuss several features of the Mule ESB platform that make is easy to design and implement bulk APIs over a variety of back-end technologies.

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APIdays Sydney - Call for Speakers

APIdays Sydney continues to build momentum and we've recently updated the event website to reflect our current list of speakers and sponsors. Keep an eye on this because there are more to come.

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Announcing APIdays Sydney

Businesses are using technology for competitive advantage and APIs are at the centre of just about everything they do. Steven Willmott, CEO of 3Scale characterised this as:

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Characterizing Microservices

My last microservices post welcomed the opportunity to further the conversation about service oriented architectures, because frankly the SOA job isn’t done yet. But I didn’t actually talk about what microservices are. Here I write down a simple definition.

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A Busy Day at InfoQ

I have two articles published in InfoQ today. The temporal coincidence is quite by accident, but they both represent trends that I find very interesting.

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Microservices! Really?

My colleague Yamen recently started the Sydney Microservices meetup group and the response was surprisingly strong with more than 86 people registered within 10 days. The first meetup on September 3 has 36 RSVPs. This is merely a local indication of the buzz that surrounds microservices at the moment.

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An API Bibliography

In my capacity as an editor at InfoQ I recently had the opportunity and privilege to edit the November eMag on API Technologies. If you haven't had a look at it yet, then feel free to download and take it with you.

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Adventures in the API-Sphere

Mashape launched yesterday adding a new API player to the growing arena of API management sites and tools. As the Mashape Blog says "everyone and their dog's are building API's these days" and a number of companies have developed API management systems to cater to both public and private APIs.

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