If you haven’t read part 1 and part 2 this API series, check the a links on the right 🙂
A successful API is more than a feature; when you view your API as a product, it can be an enabler of your business strategy. Part of the magic of APIs is that creative developers find uses that the API designers never envisioned. If APIs are well designed and easy to use, this can be an enormous benefit and opportunity, turning your service into a platform that can grow in many ways. Continue reading →
In the past few months, I have been focusing a lot of my time around the development of our Nutanix Ready Integrated Program which deals with partner solutions leveraging\cosuming our API (application programming interfaces). After a lot of research on API programs and consumption patterns, I thought I would share my thoughts and some conclusions on the business side. Not sure if this is considered a blog post or just ramblings, but here we go.
Hello everybody, time to get in-depth with Azure Resource Manager. But, before I dive into the Azure Resource Manager, I would like to quickly review some of the basics in Azure. I will start with a rundown of the Azure Global Footprint. Then, I will go into how Azure charges are incurred. And finally, I will dive into the Azure Resource Manager V2 and comparing it to the older Azure Service Manager V1. Sit tight and let’s go for an Azure Ride 😉