If you want to be digitally visible in the digital world, in social media and among your customers, you need an API Management!
Take part in our hands-on workshop. We will help you understand what API Management is, what use it for, how to use it and how to make money using it!
You don’t have an API Management,
and you want to implement electronic information exchange with your business partners, financial and public institutions? We will show you how simple it is to build one and start using it.
You have an API Management,
and you want to build a consistent and automated process to cooperate with your customers or B2B partners? We will explain how to build flexible, consistent service processes in the digital world.
WHY TO ATTEND:
Are you concerned about data security?
We will show ways to secure the API Management and data using the newest open standards that provide the highest level of security.
Do you represent a bank, the Fintech sector or an institution cooperating with banks? Have you heard about PSD2?
Even if you haven’t heard about PSD2 – you have to be compliant with the EC directive!
The time is ticking and You only have time until January 2018!
You are invited – we will explain what PSD2 is, what is required of the banks, what the banks have to be prepared for and what the risks are.
You are a public institution?
Open Data and Open API will increasingly concern you.
You are invited – we will explain what Open Data and Open API are and show you the best practices.
|10:00 am||Introduction to API Management|
|10:30 am||Presentation of the Red Hat 3scale APM functionality|
|11:00 am||Hands-on workshop includes:|
|Launching the services|
|Securing the API|
|Defining traffic limits|
|Developer portal – documenting the services, customizing the portal|
|15:00 pm||The differences between the SaaS and on-premise versions|
|Architecture of the on-prem version|
|Description of the subscription (including its elements) and versions|
Lunch will be provided around 13:00 depending on the progress of the workshop
Speaker: Andrzej Kowalczyk, Red Hat Senior Solution Architect