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The lean, business-oriented and open method for developing and managing APIs needs You!

Is your background in Business, Design or Technology? 

Learn how to master the APIOps Cycles method!

This course has video & text material, and it uses the APIOps Cycles method and templates.

Put APIs in your business or make APIs your business - this is the method to use.  It also makes your API development more lean, secure and scalable. 


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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to the course!

    • A message from the instructor

    • How to use this course

    • Before we begin...

    • How to study?

    • Glossary

  • 2

    APIOps and DevOps, close relatives

    • The relationship between APIOps & DevOps

    • What is & What is not DevOps

    • DevOps: Facilitator of digital transformation

    • DevOps: Agile & Lean

    • Cycle time reduction

    • DevOps core principles & practices

    • Chapter Summary

    • Test your learning

  • 3

    API - a Business or Technology issue?

    • What’s an API?

    • Why do we need APIs – business & technical reasons?

    • Who are the users, the API Consumers?

    • What makes an API great?

    • Types of APIs (SOAP, REST, GraphQL, gRPC)

    • Chapter Summary

    • Test your learning

  • 4

    Collaboration is essential - organizing around APIs

    • API = “All People Are Important” for successful API development

    • Technical Roles

    • Test your learning

    • Chapter summary

  • 5

    Which APIs to use or offer?

    • Checklist: Before you start developing APIs

    • Examples of API canvases, value propositions, and business models

    • Chapter Summary

    • Test your learning

  • 6

    APIOps Cycles next steps

    • Minimum Viable API Architecture

    • Build APIs

    • Audit your API

    • Publish your API

    • Developer Experience

    • Measure & Improve

    • Congrats! Here's what's next...

    • More resources for you

    • Before you go...