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FAQs About APIs

An Application Programming Interface (API) is a software intermediary that allows two applications to talk to each other. These applications may be internal to a company or external.

Almost every organisation, big or small, have implemented APIs and have an API strategy, and increasingly it is opening up new business channels. We are actively involved in API programs with our customers, enabling our clients to take part in the API economy, designing and implementing API strategies, developing and supporting small and large scale API programs. We believe in an API first approach to integration, and help our customers on their digital transformation journey.

  • Architecture and Design
  • API Governance
  • Implementation of API management platforms
  • API development – C#, Golang, Python, Java, Node.js and Rust to name a few
  • Managed Services
  • Training

Increasingly companies are looking how to provide consistency, security, automation, management and speed (agility) into their API programs. This is where we can really start to help.

  1. AWS
  2. Azure
  3. GCP
  4. Serverless
  5. Mulesoft
  6. Informatica
  7. Google Apigee
  8. Kong
  9. Redhat 3Scale
  10. TYK

FAQs About Microservices

Many large companies are currently, or are intending to move from monolithic application architectures to a microservice architecture. Unlike microservices, monolith applications are built as a single, autonomous unit. This makes changes to the application slow, as it affects the entire system. A modification made to a small section of code might require building and deploying an entirely new version of software. Scaling specific functions of an application also means you have to scale the entire application.

Traditionally these Monoliths use an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) to manage the communications between applications.

Microservices solve the challenges of monolithic systems by being as modular as possible. In the simplest form, they help build an application as a suite of small services, each running in its own process and are independently deployable.

For a company to be truly Agile, they need their applications to have Microservice Architectures. Waiting weeks or months for changes to be made to either the Monolithic Application or ESB creates a bottle neck and stops a client being Agile. Microservices should be considered a core requirement for companies who aspire to be Agile. Instead of replacing a Monolith completely, Microservices can be deployed gradually (How do you eat a whale? One small bite at a time).

  • Architecture and Design of Microservices
  • Implementation
  • Implementation of API management platforms
  • Microservice development – C#, Golang, Python, Java, Node.js and Rust to name a few
  • Managed Services
  • Training
  1. Containers
  2. Serverless
  3. AWS
  4. Azure
  5. GCP
  6. Mulesoft