Join Layer 7 for this workshop to learn about the latest API Management best practices.

Hilton Sydney
July 24 | 8:30am - 1pm
488 George Street (map)
* Lunch will be served

Building great APIs is about more than just design; it requires detailed, thoughtful execution. Your API strategy needs to meet the business requirements of your organisation but it must also be flexible enough to meet your developer community’s diverse needs. These workshops with Mike Amundsen, Layer 7's Principal API Architect, will examine the key foundational elements necessary for a solid API implementation strategy.

Join this workshop to learn how to:
  • Align API design with business goals
  • Architect flexible and robust APIs that are developer-accessible
  • Design for multiple client platforms (Web, mobile and cloud)
  • Implement USE methodology, versioning, reusability and hypermedia
  • Address issues around security, identity, social integration, reliability and scalability


How to Implement a Successful API Strategy Workshop
Speakers
Mike Amundsen, Principal API Architect, Layer 7

Mike Amundsen is Layer 7’s Principal API Architect. An internationally-known author and lecturer, Mike travels throughout the United States and Europe, consulting and speaking on a wide range of topics including distributed network architecture, Web application development and cloud computing. His recent work focuses on the role hypermedia plays in creating and maintaining applications that can successfully evolve over time. He has more than a dozen books to his credit, the most recent of which is Building Hypermedia APIs with HTML5 & Node. He is currently working on a new book on “cloud stack” programming.

Scott Morrison, CTO, Layer 7

Scott Morrison is the Chief Technology Officer at Layer 7 Technologies, providing the visionary innovation and technical direction for the company. He has extensive technical and scientific experience in a number of industries and universities, including senior architect positions at IBM. He is one of the four co-editors for the WS-I Basic Security Profile. Scott is a much sought-after author and speaker. He has published over 50 book chapters, magazine articles, and papers in medical, physics and engineering journals.