Connectivity and the future of APIs
Connecting instances of software and hardware is a critical part of technology’s continuing value. The possibilities, however, are just about endless, Uri Sarid, CTO of MuleSoft tells us.
Show Notes for Series 01 Episode 05
The application programming interface (that’s API, acronym fans) is what’s allowing breaking down of monolithic programmed structures, and making DevOps a nicer place for microservices.
But what happens if we extend the API concept out further? In time, Uri tells us, we’ll see customer- or user-focused technology interactions, not ones that are dictated by app vendors, private companies or large organizations.
From meeting Tim Berners-Lee, via the first dot com bubble, to the future of integration, the CTO of MuleSoft talks about his vision for the future and the overall philosophy of APIs and interconnectivity.
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