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Carl Lehmann, analyst at the 451 Group, explores the recent availability of Intel Expressway API Manager (INTEL EAM) and how it's positioned as a 'composite API platform' that can securely expose back-end apps/data (as packaged APIs), that can be shared and promoted to developers or mobile clients via a cloud based sharing portal.

This report discusses the product capabilities, Intel's business strategy, and the partnership with API specialist Mashery that helped bring about the solution. Lehmann addresses new challenges that have emerged requiring enterprises to "manage, secure, and enforce usage policies, and audit, and scale of the deployment of oh-so-many APIs for productive purposes...across technology domains...", and how Intel's "strategy to enter the market via API management makes perfect sense"..


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