API Evangelist Partners

These are my partners who invest in API Evangelist each month, helping underwrite my research, and making sure I'm able to keep monitoring the API space as I do.

3Scale

3scale makes it easy to open, secure, distribute, control and monetize APIs, that is built with performance, customer control and excellent time-to-value in mind.

Runscope

Runscope is a SaaS-based company that provides solutions for API performance testing, monitoring and debugging.

Tyk

Tyk is an open source API Gateway that is fast, scalable and modern, and offers an API management platform with an API Gateway, API analytics, developer portal and API Management Dashboard.

Restlet

Restlet is providing the fastest and easiest API-First Platform as a Service that developers and non-developers working on API projects can use.

Dreamfactory

DreamFactory Software develops and markets a technology that enables developers to connect modern mobile applications to enterprise back-end infrastructure in the cloud.

API Orchestration News

These are the news items I've curated in my monitoring of the API space that have some relevance to the API definition conversation and I wanted to include in my research. I'm using all of these links to better understand how the space is testing their APIs, going beyond just monitoring and understand the details of each request and response.

Title Source Visit
CircleCI 2.0 is now available behind your firewall (2017-09-07) circleci.com
Understanding your network of continuous delivery tools (2017-09-06) www.ca.com
Continuous Integration: A “Typical” Process (2017-09-06) developers.redhat.com
Know the Flow! Microservices and Event Choreographies (2017-09-02) www.infoq.com
Software Defined Talk: Kubernetes and a Series of Small Bash Scripts (2017-09-01) thenewstack.io
Kubernetes Co (2017-08-31) thenewstack.io
Rapid release at massive scale (2017-08-31) code.facebook.com
Deploying to Google Cloud Compute with Compose V3 and Swarm Mode (2017-08-31) blog.codeship.com
Unlocking the Power of CI/CD in a Jenkins World (2017-08-31) blog.smartbear.com
Sikka uses Postman Pro for continuous deployment and monitoring – Postman Blog (2017-08-30) blog.getpostman.com
The Benefits of Continuous Integration in the Cloud (2017-08-30) blog.codeship.com
CircleCI Hacks: Validate CircleCI Config on Every Commit With a Git Hook (2017-08-30) circleci.com
3 pro tips to speed up your Java (2017-08-29) medium.com
Sikka uses Postman Pro for continuous deployment and monitoring (2017-08-29) blog.getpostman.com
GitHub (2017-08-28) github.com
New Feature: Scheduled Publishing (2017-08-23) medium.com
Implementing Serverless Manual Approval Steps in AWS Step Functions and Amazon API Gateway (2017-08-05) aws.amazon.com
How to Sell Your Team on CI/CD (2017-08-04) circleci.com
Continuous Engineering with the Serverless Framework (2017-08-03) medium.com
How CircleCI Processes 4.5 Million Builds Per Month (2017-07-31) circleci.com
The Best DevOps is NoOps (2017-07-31) medium.com
Boilerplate for API Automation using Mocha, should.js and supertest.js (2017-07-28) medium.com
Why We Broke Our Philosophical Vows to Bring You CircleCI 2.0 (2017-07-27) circleci.com
Codifying the Build and Release Process with a Pipeline Shared Library (2017-07-26) jenkins.io
Introducing new Enterprise (2017-07-26) medium.com
Securing APIs in Continuous Delivery (2017-07-26) medium.com
Choosing the Right Tools for Effective DevOps (2017-07-26) www.pagerduty.com
Microsoft PowerShell Support for Pipeline (2017-07-25) jenkins.io
Announcing Heroku ChatOps for Slack (2017-07-25) blog.heroku.com
Pro Tips for Better Pipeline Notifications (2017-07-25) blog.codeship.com
Visual studio team service: Trigger a build using any HTTP client (2017-07-24) medium.com
Jenkins Pipelines and their dirty secrets 1. (2017-07-24) dev.to
Scaling Jenkins with Kubernetes on Google Container Engine (2017-07-20) jenkins.io
Chasing the Perfect API Specification Workflow (2017-07-20) philsturgeon.uk
How to Identify Major Blockers in a CI/CD Pipeline (2017-07-20) blog.codeship.com
Multi (2017-07-18) circleci.com
Using OpenShift Pipeline Plugin with External Jenkins (2017-07-17) blog.openshift.com
Indispensable, Disposable Jenkins (2017-07-16) jenkins.io
The Most Important DevOps Metric to Measure (2017-07-13) blog.openshift.com
Serverless Continuous Delivery with Databricks and AWS CodePipeline (2017-07-13) databricks.com
Decentralizing Your Microservices Organization (2017-07-13) thenewstack.io
Be an Agent For DevOps Change (2017-07-13) www.pagerduty.com
Its All About Automation (2017-07-12) blogs.cisco.com
Developer Experience Lessons Operating a Serverless (2017-07-11) medium.com
Continuous Deployment of On (2017-07-10) blog.giantswarm.io
What Is “Jobs (2017-07-09) www.bmc.com
Security updates for multiple Jenkins plugins (2017-07-09) jenkins.io
After the Pipelines Run Dry: Thriving in a Post (2017-07-06) thenewstack.io
Monitor AWS CodeDeploy with Datadog (2017-07-05) www.datadoghq.com
Building and Publishing a Cosmic JS Extension Using Bitbucket Pipelines (2017-07-03) medium.com
Kubernetes 1.7 Brings Extensibility, Security Hardening and the Network Policy API (2017-06-30) thenewstack.io
Automation using GitHub Events (2017-06-29) medium.com
Kubernetes Tutorial : An API Perspective on How Kubernetes Works (2017-06-28) medium.com
Digital Magic: Disney’s DevOps Transformation (2017-06-27) thenewstack.io
The Missing Guide to Elixir (2017-06-27) circleci.com
CircleCI Containerizes Build, Test and Deploy Services as Separate Components (2017-06-26) thenewstack.io
HashiCorp Tools Useful for Continuous Integration (2017-06-20) blog.codeship.com
Twitter (2017-06-15) twitter.com
Post Mortem: Codeship Basic Platform Build Processing Incidents (2017-06-14) blog.codeship.com
Yipee.io Helps Corral Containers for DevOps (2017-06-14) thenewstack.io
Using GoCD API (2017-06-13) medium.com
Atlassian Stacks up for DevOps (2017-06-13) thenewstack.io
Scenarios v3.3 Update (2017-06-12) medium.com
Performance Monitoring with an Incident Response Orchestration System (2017-05-11) blog.catchpoint.com
The Importance Of IaaS To DevOps (2017-05-10) dyn.com
What to Look for in a Continuous Integration Tool (2017-05-08) about.gitlab.com
Serverless Takes DevOps to the Next Level (2017-05-03) www.infoq.com
Inside GitLab’s Code Review Flow (2017-05-03) about.gitlab.com
Take Control Of Your Workflow With Switch (2017-05-03) www.built.io
Implementing Continuous Delivery (2017-05-03) dzone.com
Red Hat Offers New Tools For An Automated Enterprise (2017-05-03) www.crn.com
Create a Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Node.js and Jenkins (2017-05-03) dzone.com
Scoring Continuous Integration (2017-05-02) dzone.com
Tweet: Tutorial: Continuous Integration with Codeship and Runscope API Tests https://t.co/5jvfcdq6C5 (2017-04-27) twitter.com
Execute Postman Collections in your continuous integration pipeline with VSTS and Newman (2017-04-27) blog.jongallant.com
Introducing Formatter In Built.io Flow Express (2017-04-27) www.built.io
Deploy Code to Containers From Git Automatically (2017-04-25) dzone.com
Running Puppet software in Docker containers (2017-04-24) puppet.com
Continuous Delivery to Microsoft Azure with Docker (2017-04-19) blog.codeship.com
ChatOps and DevOps Best Practices (2017-04-18) dzone.com
Automating project creation with Google Cloud Deployment Manager (2017-04-13) cloudplatform.googleblog.com
Managing Datadog with Terraform (2017-04-07) www.datadoghq.com
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Software Market Analysis... (2017-04-04) www.openpr.com
Seegrid Expands Supervisor API to Provide Interoperability Across Automation Systems (2017-04-03) finance.yahoo.com
Continuous Delivery Tools Adds GitHub Support and My Build Notifications (2017-04-03) blogs.msdn.microsoft.com
The Anatomy of a Release Pipeline (2017-04-03) dzone.com
Preparing for Continuous Delivery (2017-03-23) dzone.com
DevSecOps: Embracing Automation While Letting Go of Tradition (2017-03-22) dzone.com
Microservices With Continuous Delivery Using Docker and Jenkins (2017-03-22) dzone.com
Bitbucket Adds Pipelines (2017-03-21) dzone.com
U mad bro? Disaster planning for on-call (2017-03-17) victorops.com
Streamline AMI Maintenance and Patching Using Amazon EC2 Systems Manager (2017-03-15) aws.amazon.com
Demo – CI/CD with GitLab in action (2017-03-14) about.gitlab.com
Building the IIoT With DevOps (2017-03-14) blog.opto22.com
Security considerations in a DevOps pipeline (2017-03-07) blog.cloudpassage.com
CRN Exclusive: Puppet Channel Chief On Partner-Centric Transformation And DevOps Opportunities For The Channel (2017-03-06) www.crn.com
3 Tips for Introducing Continuous Workflows to Your Development Process (2017-03-06) about.gitlab.com
Success Story of Monitis and VictorOps Integration (2017-02-24) www.monitis.com
Docker in Continuous Integration: Part I (2017-02-22) dzone.com
Continuous Integration – a tool developers expect (2017-02-22) about.gitlab.com
Achieving CI and CD With Kubernetes (2017-02-22) dzone.com
Migrating From Jenkins To Codeship: Notifications (2017-02-21) blog.codeship.com
Guest post: Multi-Cloud continuous delivery using Spinnaker at Waze (2017-02-16) cloudplatform.googleblog.com
Using Workflow Automation with Pardot (2017-02-15) www.pardot.com
What Is Continuous Delivery? (2017-02-15) dzone.com
Visual Studio Extensibility (Day 2): Deploying Visual Studio Extension on staging server and GIT via Continuous Integration (2017-02-14) www.codeproject.com
CloudFormation templates make it easy to provision #StepFunctions state machines amp; coordinate microservices.… https://t.co/5ixk3mfET5 (2017-02-10) aws.amazon.com
Migrating from Snap CI to Codeship (2017-02-09) blog.codeship.com
Migrating from Jenkins to Codeship: Organizations (2017-02-09) blog.codeship.com
Docker: A Favourite in the DevOps World (2017-02-07) opensourceforu.com
DevOps and Legacy Systems (2017-02-07) dzone.com
Stoplight Launches Scenarios API Testing and Debugging Tool (2017-02-07) www.programmableweb.com
Migrating From Jenkins To Codeship: Testing (2017-02-07) blog.codeship.com
Introducing HubCommander (2017-02-07) techblog.netflix.com
ITIL and DevOps: Differences Frameworks Working Together (2017-01-30) www.bmc.com
Writing a cron job microservice with Serverless and AWS Lambda (2017-01-30) blog.readme.io
Barracuda Networks Brings DevOps Processes to IT Security (2017-01-20) www.itbusinessedge.com
Why Organizations Fail to Adopt CI and CD (2017-01-20) dzone.com
Incorporating the Database Into the DevOps Tool Chain (2017-01-17) dzone.com
How we can bring automation to life (2017-01-05) 360.here.com
Harnessing the Integration Spectrum (2017-01-05) www.tibco.com
5 Keys to API DevOps Success at Zalando: API-First in the Real World (2017-01-04) restlet.com
GitHub API Profile: Automate Your GitHub Workflow (2017-01-04) blog.rapidapi.com
Scheduling Regular Travis CI Builds With Cron Jobs (2016-12-26) dzone.com
Why We Invested in Automation and QA Early (2016-12-15) blog.rapidapi.com
Selecting Your Local Continuous Integration Tool (2016-12-15) dzone.com
Test Automation Best Practices (2016-12-13) dzone.com
Sanity Checking Your Feature Branches With a Personal CI Server (2016-12-13) dzone.com
Turning Your App into Separate Containers for Better CI/CD (2016-11-10) blog.codeship.com
Building Docker images with Puppet (2016-11-10) puppet.com
Scenarios - StopLight (2016-11-05) stoplight.io
CodePipeline Update ? Build Continuous Delivery Workflows for CloudFormation Stacks (2016-11-03) aws.amazon.com
Integration Announcement: VictorOps and VividCortex (2016-10-31) victorops.com
Workflow Update Brings Ability to Interact with Any Web API (2016-10-18) www.macstories.net
Asynchronous APIs in Choreographed Microservices (2016-10-18) nordicapis.com
Why We Chose GitLab CI for our CI/CD Solution (2016-10-17) about.gitlab.com
Mechanical Turk: Research in the Crowdsourcing Age (2016-10-13) www.pewinternet.org
Puppet Enterprise and Atlassian Bitbucket Pipelines (2016-10-13) puppet.com
8 Powerful Features to Help You Use Buffer to the Fullest (2016-10-11) blog.bufferapp.com
Tweet: Automation is not DevOps ndash; The DevOps Collective https://t.co/zM5cAlB00l (2016-10-05) twitter.com
Using LoopBack to Build APIs For APIs (2016-10-05) strongloop.com
(2016-10-03) www.nginx.com
Compose RabbitMQ now out of beta (2016-10-03) www.compose.com
Deploying IIS and ASP.NET With Puppet (2016-10-01) dzone.com
How to Start Working with the GitHub Plugin for Jenkins (2016-09-29) dzone.com
Probing for Limits of Jenkins (2016-09-28) dzone.com
Restlet Adds API Test Automation to Help DevOps Teams Collaborate (2016-09-28) restlet.com
Alert Aggregation: How to Keep Heads from Exploding (2016-09-27) victorops.com
Orchestrating Docker Swarm With Cloudify (2016-09-23) dzone.com
Automate Processes, Not Relationships (2016-09-22) www.activecampaign.com
Incremental, Iterative Data Processing with Timely Dataflow (2016-09-22) acmwebvm01.acm.org
Fueling DevOps with Continuous Delivery (2016-09-22) blogs.ca.com
What?s New in OpenShift 3.3 ? Cluster Management (2016-09-22) blog.openshift.com
A Getting Started Guide to Setting up Jenkins (2016-09-21) dzone.com
Rewrite Rewind: APIs + DevOps = Better Storage Options for Devs (2016-09-16) www.ca.com
Learn API DevOps from the Experts ? Design, Testing, Deployment (2016-09-15) restlet.com
Is DevOps changing storage from simple to API? (2016-09-14) www.computerworld.com
Devops is Coming, Are You Ready? (2016-09-13) dzone.com
Running a JMeter Test Via Jenkins Pipeline (2016-09-13) dzone.com
How to write powerful automated API tests with Postman, Newman and Jenkins (2016-09-12) blog.getpostman.com
Standardizing Cron With Puppet (2016-09-12) dzone.com
How to Validate That Your DevOps Process Is Working (2016-09-09) www.getzephyr.com
Is DevOps a cold dead fish? (2016-09-08) blogs.ca.com
Reasons for the Rise of DevOps (2016-09-08) dzone.com
ITOps in the Modern Ops World (2016-09-06) dzone.com
Automating with Puppet: Cron jobs and scheduled tasks (2016-09-06) puppet.com
ManoMarks/docker-swarm-visualizer: A visualizer for Docker Swarm using the Docker Remote API, Node.JS, and D3 (2016-09-02) github.com
Audit Trail Dashboard with CloudBees Jenkins Analytics (2016-09-02) www.cloudbees.com
New Restlet Studio Streamlines API DevOps Workflows (2016-08-30) restlet.com
Security Considerations for Container Orchestration (2016-08-29) blogs.adobe.com
Containerized CI Solutions in AWS ? Part 1: Jenkins in ECS (2016-08-26) dzone.com
GitLab CI: Deployment Environments (2016-08-26) about.gitlab.com
Jenkins Templates for AWS CloudFormation (2016-08-22) dzone.com
The Role of System Testing in Automated Infrastructure (2016-08-19) blog.smartbear.com
GitHub - paypal/squbs: Akka/Spray for Large-Scale Production Deployments (2016-08-18) github.com
DevOps Monitoring Is a Multi-Tool Affair (2016-08-18) dzone.com
Testing Your Automations Is Now Easier Than Ever (2016-08-18) www.activecampaign.com
Use Jenkins to List the Slowest Steps in Deployment (2016-08-17) dzone.com
Automating With Puppet: Initial setup (2016-08-16) dzone.com
Using Amazon EC2 Tags to Deploy Servers with Puppet (2016-08-14) dzone.com
From Bamboo to Jenkins, 2016 means continuously integrating (2016-08-14) itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com
Tweet: RT @shamasis: Have you used the new @postmanclient newman v3 #cli yet? #api #JavaScript #nodejs https://t.co/0gn2ZOSnKR (2016-08-13) twitter.com
Maturity Levels of Continuous Integration (2016-08-11) dzone.com
Intersections: DevOps, Release Engineering, and Security (2016-08-09) dzone.com
Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment with GitLab (2016-08-05) about.gitlab.com
Automating Habitat With AWS CodePipeline (2016-08-04) dzone.com
(2016-08-02) www.nginx.com
Stringify Flow Basics (2016-08-01) www.stringify.com
Introduction to Container Orchestration (2016-08-01) dzone.com
GitLab CI: Run jobs sequentially, in parallel or build a custom pipeline (2016-07-29) about.gitlab.com
GitHub Enterprise and Bluemix: a Foundation for Your DevOps Toolchain (2016-07-29) dzone.com
The Ultimate Jenkins CI Resources Guide (2016-07-21) dzone.com
Jenkins Cluster Setup With Docker Containers (2016-07-21) dzone.com
Puppet Releases Docker-Focused Features in Project Blueshift (2016-07-20) www.infoq.com
Presentation: Wheres My DevOps API? (2016-07-20) www.infoq.com
Official Consul Docker Image (2016-07-17) www.hashicorp.com
Steering an Automation Platform at Wercker with Kubernetes (2016-07-15) blog.kubernetes.io
As Online Video Surges, Publishers Turn to Automation (2016-07-10) www.nytimes.com
DBmaestro Releases Expanded Open API to Support Continuous Integration (2016-07-07) www.dbta.com
Automating Penetration Testing in a CI/CD Pipeline: Part 2 (2016-06-29) dzone.com
Jenkins REST API Create job (2016-06-29) stackoverflow.com
NGINX and Zookeeper, Dynamic Load Balancing and Deployments (2016-06-28) www.nginx.com
Managing Docker Containers With Shipyard (2016-06-21) dzone.com
Docker Introduces New Orchestration Capabilities (2016-06-21) dzone.com
NGINX as a Reverse Proxy for Docker Swarm Clusters (2016-06-20) dzone.com
Docker 1.12: Now with Built-in Orchestration! (2016-06-20) blog.docker.com
GitHub Continuous Deployment to a Raspberry Pi (2016-06-19) dzone.com
The Evolution of ETL and Continuous Integration (2016-06-15) www.talend.com
Open Source at Docker, Part 3: The Tooling and Automation (2016-06-14) blog.docker.com
Checklists Are Prerequisites for Release Automation (2016-06-14) dzone.com
Chef Launches Habitat, New Open Source Project to Automate Applications (2016-06-14) blog.chef.io
Rackspace and the Chef Partner Cookbook Program (2016-06-13) blog.chef.io
Running Puppet on Container-Centric Infrastructure (2016-06-10) dzone.com
Warewolf V1 Release Candidate (2016-06-07) warewolf.io
Aligning applications with business strategy at Wells Fargo (2016-06-06) puppet.com
Cloud API security: How to interface with DevOps (2016-05-31) searchcloudsecurity.techtarget.com
Chef Server HA Beta: The best way to run Chef Server (2016-05-24) blog.chef.io
Changing the workflow at Zynx Health with Chef (2016-05-23) blog.chef.io
Enhancing Security With SDN Automation (2016-05-23) www.sdxcentral.com
Automating Machine Learning Workflows (2016-05-19) blog.bigml.com
A Dev?s Perspective on Automation (2016-05-18) blog.bittitan.com
Docker and Jenkins: Orchestrating Continuous Delivery (2016-05-17) dzone.com
Mission Pattern: Lets Create Fluent Automation APIs (2016-05-16) dzone.com
Get Started With Jenkins 2.0 With Docker (2016-05-12) dzone.com
Automate CodeCommit and CodePipeline in AWS CloudFormation (2016-05-09) dzone.com
Getting Started with GitLab and Shippable Continuous Integration (2016-05-05) about.gitlab.com
A Template System for Google Docs: Google Drive Automation and PDF Generation With Google Execution API (2016-05-03) dzone.com
Continuous Delivery With Jenkins -- Part 2 (2016-05-01) dzone.com
Continuous Delivery With Jenkins -- Part 1 (2016-04-28) dzone.com
Updating CI Environments With Travis (2016-04-26) dzone.com
Apprenda Brings Continuous Integration Pipeline to Enterprise PaaS (2016-04-19) apprenda.com
Welcome to the Puppet Community Slack (2016-04-18) puppet.com
Patterns and Processes for Continuous Delivery of Microservices (2016-04-16) dzone.com
Puppet tips to know before you start automating (2016-04-07) puppet.com
Deploying Docker Swarm with Puppet (2016-04-07) puppet.com
Using Puppet with Mesos (2016-04-07) puppet.com
Ops love APIs: Here is Why (2016-04-07) blog.serverdensity.com
Guest Blog: Best Practices using Chef with AWS (2016-04-06) blog.chef.io
Chef Compliance 1.0 Release (2016-04-01) blog.chef.io
How to Detect and Automatically Revoke Unintended IAM Access with Amazon CloudWatch Events (2016-03-29) blogs.aws.amazon.com
Smart Alerts for Anomaly Detection and Data Aggregations (2016-03-29) dzone.com
Chef Delivery Tutorial on Learn Chef (2016-03-29) blog.chef.io
Orchestration and Choreography ? When To Use An ESB vs a Workflow Engine (2016-03-29) wso2.com
Deploying NGINX Plus for High Availability with Chef (2016-03-28) www.nginx.com
Using Puppet with Mesos (2016-03-24) puppetlabs.com
Is DevOps Bad for Security? (2016-03-24) dzone.com
Why Most Companies Are Getting Continuous Delivery Wrong (2016-03-23) dzone.com
Devops Certifications Will Damage Devops (2016-03-23) dzone.com
Conditional Workflows in Postman (2016-03-22) blog.getpostman.com
Kubernetes Template and Walkthrough on Skytap (2016-03-22) dzone.com
Automating Like a Human (2016-03-14) pinkflamingo.helpscout.net
Is Continuous Localization Possible for Dev Teams? (2016-03-10) www.transifex.com
Running Web API tests in your Continuous Integration pipeline (2016-03-08) restlet.com
Why Automated Tests Are Important (2016-03-08) dzone.com
Engine Yard Unveils New Public API (2016-03-07) www.programmableweb.com
Top 8 Continuous Integration Tools (2016-03-01) dzone.com
Install Docker Universal Control Plane with Puppet (2016-02-24) puppetlabs.com
Chef Launches Partner Cookbook Program to Expand DevOps-Ready Technology Ecosystem (2016-02-23) www.chef.io
Docker, Amazon EC2 and continuous builds using Jenkins (2016-02-21) www.magnolia-cms.com
Notifications for AWS CodeDeploy Events (2016-02-17) aws.amazon.com
Deploying NGINX with Ansible (2016-02-16) blog.serverdensity.com
How to Build Your Flow Control With the Bandwidth API (2016-02-16) www.programmableweb.com
Orchestration is the Ultimate Order of (Deployment) Operations (2016-02-04) lorimacvittie.sys-con.com
Weekly Top 10: DevOps and Microservices (2016-02-03) dzone.com
Making life with Puppet and AWS (or other cloud services) easier (2016-02-02) puppetlabs.com
Continuous Deployment With Heroku and Github (2016-01-27) dzone.com
Continuous Delivery and Release Automation for Microservices (2016-01-19) dzone.com
Automating APIs Is a Good Thing--Some of the Time (2015-12-23) www.programmableweb.com
New Templates Make Building Segments and Workflows Even Easier (2015-12-18) blog.bronto.com
F5 Friday: DevOps Tools and F5 (2015-11-06) lorimacvittie.sys-con.com
Using App Service Web Apps continuous deployment with GitHub organizations (2015-08-10) azure.microsoft.com
Azure Batch Generally Available (2015-07-09) azure.microsoft.com
Puppet Enterprise Integrates with Red Hat Satellite (2015-06-25) puppetlabs.com
Continuous Integration and Delivery, Monitoring, and Metering with OpenShift Enterprise 3 Partners (2015-06-25) blog.openshift.com
Visualizations of Continuous Delivery (2015-06-24) blog.loadimpact.com
Announcing Docker 1.7: Multi-host networking, plugins and orchestration updates (2015-06-22) blog.docker.com
Announcing Compose 1.3, Swarm 0.3 and Machine 0.3 (2015-06-22) blog.docker.com
Cloud Elements Announces API for Data Mapping and Transformation (2015-06-11) www.programmableweb.com
DocuSign API Prebuilt Integration Now Available (2015-06-11) cloud-elements.com
Getting Buy-In: How To Sell Puppet to Managers Developers (2015-06-09) puppetlabs.com
Google Create Kubernetes-based VM/Docker Image Building Framework (2015-06-06) www.infoq.com
Microsoft previews template deployments in Azure Resource Manager (2015-04-29) venturebeat.com

If you think there is a link I should have listed here feel free to tweet it at me, or submit as a Github issue. Even though I do this full time, I'm still a one person show, and I miss quite a bit, and depend on my network to help me know what is going on.

API Orchestration Organizations

These are the organizations I come across in my research who are doing interesting things in the API space. They could be companies, institutions, government agencies, or any other type of organizational entity. My goal is to aggregate so I can stay in tune with what they are up to and how it impacts the API space.

Azure DevTest Labs

Azure DevTest Labs makes it easy to quickly create environments to deploy and test applications. Use reusable templates and artifacts to build Windows and Linux environments while minimalizing waste and controlling costs.

opsgenie

OpsGenie is a cloud based service that enables operations teams to manage alerts generated by monitoring tools to ensure the right people are notified, and the problems are addressed in a timely manner. 

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services(AWS) is a collection of remote computing services (also called web services) that together make up a cloud computing platform, offered over the Internet by Amazon.com. The most central and well-known of these services are Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3. The service is advertised as providing a large computing capacity (potentially many servers) much faster and cheaper than building a physical server farm.

Google Cloud Resource Manager

Google Cloud Platform provides resource containers such as Organizations and Projects, that allow you to group and hierarchically organize other Cloud Platform resources. This hierarchical organization lets you easily manage common aspects of your resources such as access control and configuration settings. The Google Cloud Resource Manager service enables you to programmatically manage these resource containers.

Codeship

Codeship is a hosted Continuous Delivery platform. It helps to release software quickly, automatically and multiple times a day. It shortens the development cycles thus reducing the risk of bugs and increasing innovation. It helps software companies developing a better product faster by taking care of the testing and release process. Managing your own continuous deployment system takes time, specialized knowledge, custom solutions and dedicated, on-premise infrastructure. Codeship automates software deployment and all the necessary tasks involved with it.

Chef

Use Chef server as your foundation to create and manage flexible, dynamic infrastructure whether you manage 50 or 500,000 nodes, across multiple datacenters, public and private clouds, and in heterogeneous environments.

Jenkins

The leading open source automation server, Jenkins provides hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying and automating any project.

Puppet Labs

Puppet Labs develops IT automation software. The company’s flagship products, Puppet and Puppet Enterprise, are designed to allow companies to automate configuration management and infrastructure, cut costs and help organizations better handle infrastructure management at scale.

VictorOps

VictorOps is a hub for centralizing the flow of information throughout the incident lifecycle. Driven by IT and DevOps system data, VictorOps provides a unified platform for real-time alerting, collaboration, and documentation. Using VictorOps, teams resolve incidents faster to help minimize the impact of downtime and speed innovation.

DataDog

Datadog is a monitoring service that brings together metrics and events from servers, databases, applications, tools and services to present a unified view of the infrastructure. These capabilities are provided on a SaaS-based data analytics platform that enables Dev and Ops teams to work collaboratively on the infrastructure to avoid downtime, resolve performance problems, and ensure that development and deployment cycles finish on time.

Azure Scheduler

Azure Scheduler lets you create jobs in the cloud that invoke services inside and outside of Azure—such as calling HTTP/S endpoints or posting messages to Azure Storage queues, or Azure Service Bus queues or topics. Run jobs right away, on a recurring schedule, or at some point in the future.

Azure Automation

Automate all of those frequent, time-consuming, and error-prone cloud management tasks. Azure Automation helps you focus on work that adds business value. By reducing errors and boosting efficiency, it also helps to lower your operational costs.

Azure Event Hubs

Azure Event Hubs is a hyper-scale telemetry ingestion service that collects, transforms, and stores millions of events. As a distributed streaming platform, it gives you low latency and configurable time retention, which enables you to ingress massive amounts of telemetry into the cloud and read the data from multiple applications using publish-subscribe semantics.

Werker

Wercker is a continuous delivery platform focusing on changing the way developers build and deploy their applications. This platform was built in order to make developers' lives easier and enabling them to move fast and make things.

HashiCorp

HashiCorp is a company based in San Francisco that solves development, operations, and security challenges in infrastructure so organizations can focus on business-critical tasks. HashiCorp builds tools to ease these decisions by presenting solutions that span the gaps. Our tools manage both physical machines and virtual machines, Windows, and Linux, SaaS and IaaS, etc. And we're committed to supporting next-generation technologies, as well.

Google Task Queue

The Task Queue API lets applications perform work, called tasks, asynchronously outside of a user request. If an app needs to execute work in the background, it adds tasks to task queues. The tasks are executed later, by scalable App Engine worker services in your application.

Google Cloud Source Repositories

Google Cloud Source Repositories provides Git version control to support collaborative development of any application or service, including those that run on Google App Engine and Google Compute Engine. If you are using the Stackdriver Debugger, you can use Cloud Source Repositories and related tools to view debugging information alongside your code during application runtime. Cloud Source Repositories also provides a source browser that you can use to view your repository files from within the Cloud Console.

Google Cloud Deployment Manager

Google Cloud Deployment Manager allows you to specify all the resources needed for your application in a declarative format using yaml. You can also use Python or Jinja2 templates to parameterize the configuration and allow reuse of common deployment paradigms such as a load balanced, auto-scaled instance group. Treat your configuration as code and perform repeatable deployments.

Google Dataflow

Dataflow is a unified programming model and a managed service for developing and executing a wide range of data processing patterns including ETL, batch computation, and continuous computation. Cloud Dataflow frees you from operational tasks like resource management and performance optimization.

Tutum

Tutum lets developers easily manage and run lightweight, portable, self-sufficient containers from any application. The same container that a developer builds and tests on a laptop can run at scale in Tutum. Their solution offers users the best capabilities and features of IaaS and PaaS, without the shortcomings or disadvantages of either one.

Flowdock

Flowdock is your team’s shared inbox with group chat. Teams using Flowdock stay up-to-date, react in seconds instead of hours, and never forget anything. Flowdock brings activity from your project management tools (Pivotal Tracker, JIRA), version control systems (GitHub, BitBucket, Kiln), customer feedback channels (Zendesk, email lists) and many other sources to an easily consumable stream. Team can then work on the issues together, and react in seconds. When there’s something worth remembering, #tag it in Flowdock! You’ll easily find those memos, code snippets and contacts when they’re tagged. It can be even used to build lists of #bugs, #todos, #competitors or whatever you’d like.

AWS CodeBuild

AWS CodeBuild is a fully managed build service that compiles source code, runs tests, and produces software packages that are ready to deploy. With CodeBuild, you don’t need to provision, manage, and scale your own build servers. CodeBuild scales continuously and processes multiple builds concurrently, so your builds are not left waiting in a queue. You can get started quickly by using prepackaged build environments, or you can create custom build environments that use your own build tools. With CodeBuild, you are charged by the minute for the compute resources you use.

AWS CodeCommit

AWS CodeCommit is a fully-managed source control service that makes it easy for companies to host secure and highly scalable private Git repositories. CodeCommit eliminates the need to operate your own source control system or worry about scaling its infrastructure. You can use CodeCommit to securely store anything from source code to binaries, and it works seamlessly with your existing Git tools.

AWS CodeDeploy

AWS CodeDeploy is a service that automates code deployments to any instance, including Amazon EC2 instances and instances running on-premises. AWS CodeDeploy makes it easier for you to rapidly release new features, helps you avoid downtime during application deployment, and handles the complexity of updating your applications. You can use AWS CodeDeploy to automate software deployments, eliminating the need for error-prone manual operations, and the service scales with your infrastructure so you can easily deploy to one instance or thousands.

AWS Code Pipeline

AWS Data Pipeline is a web service that helps you reliably process and move data between different AWS compute and storage services, as well as on-premise data sources, at specified intervals. With AWS Data Pipeline, you can regularly access your data where it’s stored, transform and process it at scale, and efficiently transfer the results to AWS services such as Amazon S3, Amazon RDS, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon EMR. AWS Data Pipeline helps you easily create complex data processing workloads that are fault tolerant, repeatable, and highly available. You don’t have to worry about ensuring resource availability, managing inter-task dependencies, retrying transient failures or timeouts in individual tasks, or creating a failure notification system. AWS Data Pipeline also allows you to move and process data that was previously locked up in on-premise data silos.

AWS OpsWorks

AWS OpsWorks is a configuration management service that uses Chef, an automation platform that treats server configurations as code. OpsWorks uses Chef to automate how servers are configured, deployed, and managed across your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances or on-premises compute environments. OpsWorks has two offerings, AWS Opsworks for Chef Automate, and AWS OpsWorks Stacks.

AWS X-Ray

AWS X-Ray helps developers analyze and debug production, distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. With X-Ray, you can understand how your application and its underlying services are performing to identify and troubleshoot the root cause of performance issues and errors. X-Ray provides an end-to-end view of requests as they travel through your application, and shows a map of your applications underlying components. You can use X-Ray to analyze both applications in development and in production, from simple three-tier applications to complex microservices applications consisting of thousands of services.

AWS Simple Queue Service

Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) is a fast, reliable, scalable, fully managed message queuing service. Amazon SQS makes it simple and cost-effective to decouple the components of a cloud application. You can use Amazon SQS to transmit any volume of data, without losing messages or requiring other services to be always available. Amazon SQS includes standard queues with high throughput and at-least-once processing, and FIFO queues that provide FIFO (first-in, first-out) delivery and exactly-once processing.   With Amazon SQS, you can offload the administrative burden of operating and scaling a highly available messaging cluster, while paying a low price for only what you use.

AWS Step Functions

AWS Step Functions makes it easy to coordinate the components of distributed applications and microservices using visual workflows. Building applications from individual components that each perform a discrete function lets you scale and change applications quickly. Step Functions is a reliable way to coordinate components and step through the functions of your application. Step Functions provides a graphical console to arrange and visualize the components of your application as a series of steps. This makes it simple to build and run multi-step applications. Step Functions automatically triggers and tracks each step, and retries when there are errors, so your application executes in order and as expected. Step Functions logs the state of each step, so when things do go wrong, you can diagnose and debug problems quickly. You can change and add steps without even writing code, so you can easily evolve your application and innovate faster. AWS Step Functions manages the operations and underlying infrastructure for you to help ensure your application is available at any scale.

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API Orchestration Tooling

As I study each API, and API related service, I'm always looking for open source tooling that has been developed around each area of the API life cycle. This is an aggregate of tooling I've come across and aggregated as part of my API testing research.

Orchestration

janky

Continuous integration server built on top of Jenkins and Hubot

kubernetes

Production-Grade Container Scheduling and Management

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