Drive business velocity by enabling automation of API deployments, management, and approved security controls.
Enterprises need to maintain and evolve their traditional APIs, while simultaneously developing new ones using modern API delivery designs that are innovative and fluid.
In a world where virtual experiences are becoming increasingly more importan to serve customers in more innovative and intuitive ways, its critical to be prepared for an explosive growth of APIs, with more and more business depending on them for vital customer interaction.
Applications have moved toward an increasingly distributed and decentralized model, with APIs as the connection point. The most recent F5 Labs research shows that the number of API security incidents is growing every year, and most API incidents during the last two years were related to a low level of security maturity, which is often caused by tool sprawl.
Different development teams working on multiple applications often have disparate tool sets. That means traditional security teams may not own a centralized point of control to enforce security.
This requires a standard set of tools to embed the right controls into the API development and management processes.
In this webinar we show you a complete solution for managing and securing your API’s, so they can be deployed with confidence.
Koen Vanderpoorten is a Senior Solution Engineer at F5 Networks
A highly experienced, Presales and system engineer at F5 Networks since 2017.
Specializing in public/private cloud and automation (Azure, AWS, kubernetes, Ansible, NGINX…)
Patty Lewis is the sales lead at F5 Networks for Luxembourg. A senior solution sales executive, that brings 25 years of experience in the IT and SW Industry and is based in Luxembourg.
Leveraging her experience & expertise to support enterprises in the digital transformation journey, successfully enabling fast & secure Applications for customers in emerging and mature markets, working in EMEA, Americas and Asia.
You are: DevOps, SecOps, or CISOs? This webinar is for you!