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By: Panasonic     Published Date: Oct 01, 2019
For manufacturers, the transition to Industry 4.0 has meant the accumulation of data, massive data. Indeed, the accumulation, distribution and evaluation of data are driving virtually every decision on the manufacturing plant floor and supply chains shaping those decisions. Given the striking fact that ninety percent of the data in the world has been created over the last two years, it isn’t surprising that more than 60 percent of large companies report having a Chief Data Officer. But what has opened the floodgates to this deluge of information in manufacturing? Ordinary sensors have been transformed into smart sensors with the advent of IoT technologies and are being deployed by manufacturers along every step of the supply chain. Sensors are now detecting everything from when a piece of equipment will need maintenance to controlling energy costs inside factories.
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By: Google Apigee     Published Date: Feb 15, 2019
This is the age of API-driven businesses and enterprises need to create great developer experiences to build an ecosystem for their APIs. Many enterprises now view developers as one of the most essential actors in their value chains—the people who translate digital assets into digital experiences that move the business needle. Google Cloud’s new eBook, Creating World-Class Developer Experiences, takes a deeper look at creating world-class developer experiences. Learn about best practices for engaging developers and how to launch a developer portal that speeds adoption or your API products.. Explore how to delight developers and grow API programs with field-tested best practices, real-world use cases and a checklist to help your team get started. What's Inside? ? Field-tested best practices to delight developers and grow API programs ? Real-world use case: AccuWeather ? Developer experience checklist CTA: Download eBook
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By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Jul 06, 2017
In a microservice architecture a query or command will, by the very nature of the architecture’s functional decomposition, result in chains of API calls and messages across multiple microservice instances. Regardless of where a particular microservice sits in the chain, we must not lose sight of the user at the front end.
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