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Our Next Webinar: Five Practical Steps to Building an Enterprise Class API Program

Join us Wednesday, May 22 at 10:00a Pacific / 1:00p Eastern for our next webinar with Capital One and Mashery:

APIs are a hot topic in all sectors of IT – they have gone from being niche solutions provided by big players like Amazon and Google, to being almost as ubiquitous as corporate websites. Ad hoc API development & evangelism without a formal program can leave real revenue on the table, can unintentionally leak sensitive data, and can tarnish the corporate brand with the development community. Today, developers and partners expect to be engaged with first class API programs, while businesses expect real insights to know which APIs are profitable and which APIs to bring to market next.

In this webinar, Intel & Mashery outline the baseline enterprise pillars for constructing a first class API program. Learn from CapitalOne how they strategized to build an API program grounded in core business objectives. All attendees will receive a new Mobile API Buyers Guide that presents how to optimize APIs for mobile apps.

About the Speakers

Joshua Greenough personifies the intersection of a team athletics mentality and technology passion. He is currently the Senior Director of Innovation at Capital One, where he manages the product & engineer teams for the San Francisco Innovation Lab. His mission is to build, promote and launch innovative partners on Capital One’s groundbreaking API Platform.

 

 

 

Devon Biondi, Vice President of Strategy Services at Mashery, works closely with Mashery customers advising them in all stages of their API lifecycle from program conception to platform launch. Prior to Mashery she was the Chief of Staff at TIBCO Software where she worked as a strategic advisor to the CEO in all aspects of the company from acquisitions, restructures, new product development, large-scale customer retention and events.

 

 

Andy Thurai is Chief Architect and Group CTO of Application Security and Identity Products with Intel, where he is responsible for architecting SOA, Cloud, Mobile, Big Data, Governance, Security, and Identity solutions for their major corporate customers. In his role, he is responsible for helping Intel/McAfee field sales, technical teams and customer executives. His interests and expertise include Cloud, SOA, identity management, security, governance, and SaaS.

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