Key API Governance Considerations for Digitization and Monetization

When:  Mar 3, 2021 from 11:00 to 12:00 (ET)
Associated with  New England Chapter

APIs have become basic building blocks for enterprises to offer various digital services. APIs not only allow enterprises to modernize their digital assets to create value chains, but they also offer various strategies to monetize their digital assets.  The focus of this session is on key API Governance considerations that allow enterprises to achieve their digitization and monetization objectives more effectively. In particular, we’ll overview four key aspects of API Governance:  (i)Ownershipof APIs, (ii)Onboardingof internal/external APIs, (iii)Assignmentof APIs, i.e., controlling access privileges to partners and customers that are in the form of individuals and organizations, (iv)Monitoringof APIs for billing, auditing and cost management purposes. Throughout this session, we’ll use real-world examples for effective API Governance at enterprises.

*1 CPE Credit will be awarded*


Presented by: Dr. Malhotra is an award-winning researcher known for his work in Open Source and API data management. He conceptualized world's first "API Composition Analysis" based on source code static analysis. He founded TeejLab in 2017 and steered the team to build, API Discovery™, world's first comprehensive end-to-end API Management platform. He also established R&D unit of Black Duck Software in 2016 (acquired for US $565M by Synopsys). Previously, he was Research Director at SAP (2011-2016), Computational Scientist at the EOS Lab (2009) and Software Engineer at Satyam Computers (1999). He received a PhD in Computing Science from the University of Alberta. He was awarded NSERC (Canada) scholar in 2005, and Global Young Scientist (Singapore) in 2011. He concurrently holds Adjunct Professor positions at the University of British Columbia, University of Victoria and University of Northern BC.