WA2895

API Management Fundamentals for Architects Training

Does your organization want to expose its internal system APIs for external or public consumption in a completely secure and controlled way? With this API management course designed specifically for architects and analysts, you can help your organization reach a larger target audience and monetize its IT assets.
Course Details

Duration

2 days

Prerequisites

Participants should have the understanding of software design principles and modern choices for application deployment.

Target Audience

  • Business Analysts
  • IT Architects
  • Technical Managers
  • Developers

Skills Gained

  • Understand Google's Geocoding APIĀ 
  • Compare API Management Platforms
  • Work with Mule Soft Anypoint Studio
  • Understand Monolith vs Microservices Design
  • Data Availability and Consistency
  • Use AWS API Gateway
  • Use API Management on Azure
Course Outline
  • API Management Introduction
    • Data is King
    • Data Exchange Payloads
    • API Management Defined
    • The Driving Forces
    • APIs to Monetize on Your Information Assets and Services
    • The Traditional Point-to-point Integration Example
    • It Raises Some Questions …
    • The Facade Design Pattern
    • API Management Conceptual Architecture
    • Other \"Complimentary\" Services
    • What Else is Needed?
    • The Digital Transformation Strategies
    • Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Full Life Cycle API Management
    • Apigee
    • MuleSoft
    • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
    • WSO2
    • IBM API Connect
    • KONG
  • Mulesoft & WSO2 Overview
    • What is MuleSoft?
    • MuleSoft AnyPoint Platform
    • MuleSoft Cloud Community Manager
    • Anypoint Studio
    • Advanced REST Client (ARC)
    • What is WSO2?
    • User Roles in WSO2 Workflows
    • The Main Client-Facing Web Applications and Capabilities
    • WSO2 Main Features
    • The API Gateway
    • Workflow for Invoking an API
    • Workflow for Creating an API
    • Access Control and Security
    • User Authentication via Access Token
    • Manage and Scale API Traffic
    • Monitor and Monetize
    • WSO2 Cloud
  • Apigee Overview
    • What is Apigee?
    • The Big Picture
    • API Consumers
    • Apigee Main Components
    • Apigee Edge API Management Platform Functional Diagram
    • Apigee Capabilities and Actors
    • Apigee Policies for Traffic Management and Data Transformation
    • Apigee Sense
    • Developer Portal
    • Apigee Monetization
    • Core Monetization Components
    • API Runtime
    • API Proxies
    • API Proxy Virtual Hosts
    • Flows
    • OAuth 2.0 Integration
    • API Beauty (an API Runtime's Capability)
    • API Edge Caching
    • Service Composition
    • Apigee Edge Monitoring and Analytics
    • Samples of Monitoring Charts
    • Edge Microgateway
    • Edge Microgateway Integration with Apigee Edge Analytics
    • Examples of Edge Microgateway Deployments (1 of 3)
    • Examples of Edge Microgateway Deployments (2 of 3)
    • Examples of Edge Microgateway Deployments (3 of 3)
    • Pricing: Standard Plan
    • Apigee Hybrid
    • Apigee Hybrid Capabilities
    • Apigee Hybrid Collaboration Diagram
  • API Management Analytics
    • API Metrics
    • API Proxy (API Gateway) Performance
    • The Apigee Proxy (API Service Gateway) Performance Chart
    • The Apigee Target Service Performance Chart
    • The Apigee Cache Performance Chart
    • The Apigee Error Code Chart
    • Geolocation Metric
    • The Apigee GeoMap Chart
    • Developer Engagement
    • The Apigee Developer Engagement Chart
    • Reports
  • RESTful Services Overview
    • Many Flavors of Services
    • SOAP or REST?
    • Understanding REST
    • Manipulation of Resources through Representations
    • Principles of RESTful Services
    • HTTP Methods
    • HTTP Status Codes
    • Related Standards: MIME
    • Anatomy of a URL
    • GET
    • The GET Method
    • Passing Parameters
    • HTTP Methods That Modify/Create Resources
    • POST
    • POST Request Example
    • POST Response Example
    • PUT
    • PUT Example - Update
    • PUT Example - Create
    • PATCH
    • Patch Example - Update
    • To PUT or POST?
    • SOAP Examples
    • A RESTful API for Tracking Video Games
    • What is gRPC?
    • How It Works
    • gRPC Request - Response Diagram
    • REST vs. gRPC
    • So, REST or gRPC?
  • Describing RESTful APIs
    • Describing RESTful APIs
    • History
    • Ad-hoc Interface definitions
    • Modern Choices
    • Stacking Up Open API vs RAML
    • Open API vs RAML: Advantages and Disadvantages
    • RAML
    • Build A RAML API Description
    • ROOT
    • List Resources
    • Define Methods
    • Define Query Parameters
    • Enter Responses
    • Open API (Swagger)
    • Swagger Versions
    • Swagger Editor
    • Swagger Codegen
    • Swagger UI
    • OpenAPI Service Description
    • Pretty Printed OpenAPI Service Definition
  • Securing APIs
    • What are the Security Domains?
    • How to Secure an API?
    • DDoS Protection
    • Authentication
    • OAuth2 Overview
    • OAuth Components
    • OAuth Authentication and Authorization Overview
    • OAuth Collaboration Diagram
    • Example: OAuth Client Credentials Grant with Apigee Edge
    • Getting Authorization Code Through a Federated External Directory (Facebook or Google)
    • What is Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)?
    • SAML 2.0 Web SSO Authentication
    • SAML vs. OAuth2
    • Identity mediation
    • Encryption of Data in Transit with TLS
    • Key and Certificate Management
    • Threat Detection
    • Apigee Content-based Security
    • JSON Web Tokens (JWT)
    • How JWT Works
    • OAuth vs JWT
    • Data-masking
    • Last-mile security
  • Microservices Architecture Overview
    • What is a \"Microservice\"?
    • Principles of Microservices
    • Properties and Attributes of Microservices
    • Benefits of Using Microservices
    • The Microservices Architecture
    • Microservices Architecture vs SOA
    • The ESB Connection
    • Microservices Architecture Benefits
    • Microservices Architecture Choices and Attributes
    • Example: On-Line Banking Solution Based on MsA
    • Distributed Computing Challenges
    • Replaceable Component Architecture
    • What Can Make a Microservices Architecture Brittle?
  • Designing and Implementing Microservices
    • Two Types of IT Projects
    • What is In Scope for a Robust Microservices Design?
    • Scoping Your Microservice via the Bounded Context
    • Scoping Your Solution's Microservices Architecture
    • External / Shared and Internal Service Models
    • General Architectural and Software Process Organizational Principles
    • Loose Coupling, the OOD Perspective
    • Crossing Process Boundary is Expensive!
    • Cross Cutting Concerns
    • More Cross Cutting Concerns
    • To Centralize or Decentralize Client Access?
    • Decentralized Client Access
    • Centralized Client Access
    • The Facade Pattern
    • The Facade Service Conceptual Diagram
    • The Service Mesh Integration Pattern
    • Istio
    • Mesh Pros and Cons
    • Service-to-Service Communication with Mesh
    • The Naked Objects Architectural Pattern
    • When to Use Naked Objects Pattern
    • Dealing with the State
    • How Can I Maintain State?
    • Micro Front-ends (a.k.a. MicroUI)
    • How can MicroUI Help Me?
    • Your Clients Are Diverse
    • The\"Rich Client" - "Thin Server" Paradigm
    • The "Rich Client" - "Thin Server" Architecture
    • RIA as a Driving Force to Turn the "Thin Server" into a Set of Microservices
    • Design for Failure
    • Resilience-Related Design Patterns
    • The Immutable Infrastructure Principle
    • Implementing Microservices
    • Microservice-Oriented Application Frameworks and Platforms
    • Embedding Databases
    • Embedded Java Databases
  • Lab Exercises
    • Lab 1. Understanding Google's Geocoding API (Research Project)
    • Lab 2. Comparing API Management Platforms (Research Project)
    • Lab 3. Working with MuleSoft Anypoint Studio
    • Lab 4. Qwiklabs
    • Lab 5. Monolith vs Microservices Design
    • Lab 6. Data Availability and Consistency
    • Lab 7. Using AWS API Gateway (Optional)
    • Lab 8. Using API Management on Azure (Optional)
Upcoming Course Dates
USD $1,460
Online Virtual Class
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Date: Jul 15 - 16, 2024
Time: 10 AM - 6 PM ET
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Date: Oct 28 - 29, 2024
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