Published: 10 July 2020
Application leaders struggle to deliver high-throughput, responsive and reliable APIs while minimizing the workload hitting their systems of record. By extending their API platform with a digital integration hub, they can address these issues and add value by enabling analytics and data integration.
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Note 1: How a Conventional API Platform Works
Note 2: Limitations of the Conventional API Platform Architecture
Note 3: Examples of DIH-Enabled API Platforms Supporting Business-Critical Scenarios
Note 4: Anatomy of a DIH-Enabled API Platform
Note 5: Digital Integration Hub vs. Caching vs. Operational Data Store
Note 6: When to Adopt a DIH-Enabled API Platform
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