The new Enterprise API Platform developed by SOA Software has been launched. IT is ready to serve all developers and allows enterprises to reach new channels and gain a significant business advantage, throughout all stages of the API lifecycle.
The SOA Software Enterprise API Platform serves enterprise requirements across the entire API lifecycle, with planning, development, runtime and community management capabilities.
With this solution enterprises can explore all the opportunities APIs offer, while taking care of their security and brand integrity.
"Our Enterprise API Platform offers customers for the first time a game changing technology solution that will help drive the adoption of their APIs in highly competitive markets," said Alistair Farquharson, CTO at SOA Software. "We see the creation and nurturing of robust developer communities as critical to API success."
The new SOA Software's Enterprise API Platform includes Community Manager, Portfolio Manager, Lifecycle Manager, Policy Manager and Service Manager Products. It enables federation between enterprise and Open communities while allowing enterprise customers to promote their APIs through an open API marketplace.
SOA Software's Enterprise API Platform plans and develops through operations and community management. It is enterprise class software that meets enterprise requirements, including security, integration with existing infrastructure, performance, reliability and much more.
The Enterprise API Platform also delivers API Management capabilities to ensure the security, performance and availability of APIs, together with a social developer community solution for promoting and supporting the APIs and driving developer adoption.
"The SOA Software Enterprise API Platform's powerful combination of API Management and an innovative social Developer Community will drive developer adoption and open new business channels," Kin Lane, API Evangelist, said in a statement. "This unique solution enables customers to manage the entire lifecycle of their APIs and promote them across new or existing groups of developers."