Guest blogger Jeremy Schulman explains for network engineers (or anyone!) how to get started with an API. He outlines the different types of documentation and their pros and cons, how to take advantage of client libraries, and the ins-and-outs of authentication.
Guest blogger Jeremy Schulman offers practical advice for network engineers charged with increasing automation. First, focus on tasks that reduce operational friction among teams. Become familiar with the tools used by various teams, and learn how to use their APIs.
As a network engineer, there are everyday hurdles you face, from outages to design to performance problems. Now you must learn API, too? How do you start understanding the new world? Guest blogger and network engineer Brian Gleason provides guidance on how go about it.
Many popular mobile apps rely on "real-time" APIs, which can process an API call end-to-end in under 30 milliseconds. Explore many real-world examples -- ride hailing, cashierless stores, credit card fraud detection, and IoT -- and learn why you need NGINX, the only real-time API solution.
Signal Sciences helps secure APIs, and individual services in a microservices architecture, running over HTTP/HTTPS on NGINX
Get valuable operational intelligence from your NGINX logs and the NGINX Plus live activity monitoring API with the Add-On for Splunk Enterprise.
Mike Stowe of MuleSoft discusses best practices to follow when building APIs that will continue to work in the long term.
Mike Stowe of MuleSoft explains how to use spec-driven development to build APIs that will continue to work in the long term