|By Application Security||
|August 27, 2013 09:06 PM EDT||
According to Gartner, API Management + SOA Governance = Application Services Governance. This year’s Magic Quadrant reflects that change, updating the title as well as some of the participants. It has been nearly two years since Gartner’s final “SOA Governance” Magic Quadrant, with several mergers and acquisitions (including our own acquisition of Mashery), and it’s great to see Gartner’s coverage reflect the increasing maturity of APIs in enterprise.
As the diagram above shows, “application services governance” or the broader API management picture involves two key components: a highly-visible portal and a somewhat less talked-about governance layer that looks and feels an awful lot like old school SOA governance. Intel’s Expressway API manager combines our service gateway with the Mashery developer portal, enabling enterprises to repackage internal data and services as developer-friendly APIs, securely surfacing them alongside cloud and MBaaS services. Enterprises can leverage this highly resilient and performant platform as the foundation for their Enterprise Mobile and broader API initiatives.
Download the new Gartner API Management (Application Services Governance) MQ report today to learn how Intel’s Expressway API Manager, powered by Mashery offers exceptional support for enterprises looking to participate in the API economy.
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