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Last week, Gartner published its 2016 Magic Quadrant for Full Lifecycle API Management, which covers “the planning, design, implementation, publication, operation, consumption, maintenance and retirement of APIs.” Proudly, MuleSoft is in the Leaders quadrant for the second year in a row. In the report, Gartner lists the following as one of MuleSoft’s strengths:
- MuleSoft provides open-core enterprise service bus (ESB),
We are pleased to be recognized as a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Full Lifecycle API Management.
Full lifecycle API management covers the planning, design, implementation, publication, operation, consumption, maintenance, and retirement of APIs and services. Enterprise API management needs to comprehensively cover all stages in an API’s lifecycle, as different strategies and best practices are required for each.
MuleSoft’s strengths in full lifecycle API management noted in Gartner’s report include: product breadth,
Join us for the latest installment in the MuleSoft webinar series as we sit down with Julie Craig, Research Director at Enterprise Management Associates, and Reza Shafii, Director of Product Management, MuleSoft to discuss some of the common pitfalls and questions businesses have when developing their API strategy. Craig and Shafii will talk about the essentials of an API-led approach to design,
I am very excited to announce the general availability of the Anypoint Platform for APIs July 2014 release. This release places a broad set of rich API tooling at developers fingertips, allowing them to address the entirety of the API lifecycle in a more efficient and effective manner. The release also enables API program owners to deliver a robust API platform that can easily integrate with existing enterprise assets.
By unleashing your digital assets, developers flock to consume the digital mana, creating new value for consumers in the API age. The proliferation of both open and closed APIs has created a rich diverse ecosystem which is driving the Internet of Things (IoT) from an idea to a reality. But how do you get the most out of your existing APIs, and/or create new ones nimbly?