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API Experience Layer Whitepaper

The API economy has ushered in a new era of application integration within enterprise IT - unlocking legacy systems, providing access to data securely across firewalls and offering a platform that supports the development of new digital products.

In this whitepaper, we discuss the integration landscape of today and provide recommendations and best practices around your organization’s need for API mediation. For today’s IT organizations, traditional priorities of stability, reliability and security don’t go away - but there are new objectives. 

IN THE PAPER WE WILL DISCUSS:

  • The Convergence of iPaaS and API Mangement
  • Why You Need an API Experience Layer
  • Considerations in Implementing 
  • What is at Risk if You Don't Have an API Experience Layer 

 

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WHY YOU NEED AN API EXPERIENcE layer

Bringing a digital business application to market, and customers of this application will expect integration to the SaaS apps they use.


For example, you have built a new digital payments app and customers of this product need to be able to integrate this with their accounting and finance applications (E.g. Quickbooks). 

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Define a canonical data model


Resources and objects should be abstracted from the endpoints and canonicalized to provide uniform access to common resources (e.g. "Company", "Contact", "Product"). This promotes reuse and consisten access of commonly used data objects.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES


 Cloud Elements for the Digital Enterprise Cloud Elements Integration Maturity Model  Inspirato Customer Story