#1 2020-09-09 17:04:55

From: Sierra Leone
Registered: 2020-09-09
Posts: 1

we’re announcing the Virtual API Academy Workshop

Virtual API Academy Workshop.
June 18, 2020.

All API & Microservices Content

, API Academy for All Roles.
Earlier this year, the API Academy, in conjunction with the site relaunch and the new certification program, planned on a twelve city World Tour for API Academy Workshops – timing four of them to be run in conjunction with APIdays.
We had industry leaders lined up to travel the world to talk about best practices around API design, strategy, security, and governance.
Ahh….the best laid plans was no match for what faced the world (and yes, we’re still facing).

The World Tour is delayed until 2021 – but we WILL be in a city near you

so we look forward to chatting in person once again.
As an alternative, we’re announcing the Virtual API Academy Workshop.
A shortened version of the ones planned.

It will have industry experts discuss API strategy and design

microservices, and API testing/monitoring.
The actual agenda is below for a 2.5 hour Workshop (and we will be following the time very tightly).
This first Workshop is North America-based – an EMEA and APAC Virtual Workshop is being planned for early Fall.
Agenda    Intro to API Academy, .

And the new API Academy Certification Program
API Strategy: Organizational alignment including agile execution

mapping API business requirements on top of necessary infrastructure capabilities.

API Design: REST/CRUD v GraphQL

Microservices and Service Mesh.

API Testing & Continuous Monitoring

Just follow this link to sign-up – we look forward to seeing you online.
Bill Oakes, CISSP, is head of API Academy, .

As well as head of product marketing for API management at Broadcom

Bill joined Broadcom with more than fifteen years of experience in security and mobility marketing.
In his roll, he is responsible for messaging, positioning, .

And evangelism of the best API management solution on the market today

Prior to joining Broadcom, Bill was responsible for product marketing for the developer platform at Good Technologies – a secure mobile email company – rolling out the initial positioning, messaging, and strategy of Good’s foray into developer/ISV markets.
Prior to Good.

Bill held product/solutions marketing positions at Blue Coat Systems

a web security company with real-time defense against malware and web-based threats (now a component of the Symantec Division at Broadcom).
Weekends will almost certainly find Bill riding with his Harley club – or possibly teaching people how to teach people to blow bubbles underwater.



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