APIs Joined In Memory

Application Program Interfaces (APIs) are enabling organisations to easily open their data to, and access data from, a range of external parties. For example, developers can use the GoogleMaps API to embed Google maps on webpages, and YouTube APIs to integrate YouTube videos.

However, to derive maximum value, it is often necessary to combine the data across multiple APIs. It may also be useful to combine data sourced from an API (e.g. Google Maps) with real time data (e.g. a customer’s location), and pre-stored data (e.g. a customer’s buying patterns) . The Unified API XS solution helps organisations to establish a single view of this multi-sourced data in memory, thereby super-charging processing speeds and reducing security risks. This solution can be further scaled by deploying advanced processors.