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API Speed Layer for Digital Data Agility

API Speed Layer for Digital Data Agility
API Speed Layer for Digital Data Agility

API Speed Layer for Digital Data Agility

In order to unleash agility in user experience, open API, and digital transformation activities, API Speed Layer brings together fundamental features. These capabilities include establishing business and channel capability microservices that enable quick, agile implementation of digital use cases as well as simple, quick serving of data from across the enterprise’s internal, supplier, and consumer ecosystems. Integrating an API-first platform with existing microservices reduces developer burden while providing a seamless and memorable user experience.


A Digital Integration Hub is, in a nutshell, a low latency, excellent performance integrating infrastructure that integrates and aggregates data from many scattered backend systems, legacy applications, or databases and makes that data accessible through high-throughput APIs. These quick APIs enable the agile implementation of new digital data services and data-driven applications by providing a consistent and harmonized data access layer across all of your data sources.

How does it function? A digital integration hub includes these 3 key functions:

  • a layer of data access and integration based on events that integrates with your scattered legacy applications, backend systems, and databases.
  • a data store with low latency, high performance, and elastic scalability that organises, maintains, harmonises, and caches all of your dispersed data sets.
  • A quick API layer that controls and offers unified data access services so that your application and online services can access the data.

A Digital Integration Hub can be considered a “multi speed architecture’s” enabler, driving the digital transformation. By establishing a new “speed layer” that offers the infrastructure required to quickly deploy new data-driven and digital services, the DIH eliminates the reliance on and constraints of legacy and backend systems.

API is the Base of Product Design

The competition is fierce because disruptive technology is revolutionising almost every industry. In fact, 70% of tech leaders worry that they won’t be able to stay up with digital innovation. Additionally, because customer behaviour is continuously shifting, firms are under pressure to quickly deliver on their demands for speed, agility, and relevance. Every company’s ultimate goal is to attract and keep customers, thus while creating APIs, the UX of both consumers and developers must be taken into consideration.

Developers should approach basic API design with the understanding that the application functions across all business channels and can scale when more channels are added without requiring them to create new solutions on a continual basis. In this manner, DevOps teams can reach every client at every point of contact while minimising maintenance and performance optimization.

Choose WMAD for API Services

APIs communicate behind the doors with back-end software to give a more tailored user experience at every stage of the customer journey, from when consumers browse for new jeans to when they buy the right pair. API-first platforms are leading the development of digital transformation in eCommerce, media and streaming, and SaaS by using microservices architecture to create more relevant and tailored search and discovery experiences. 

WMAD Provides customer expectations for speed, user experience, and relevance rise, companies are under increasing pressure to consistently innovate and evolve on those ideas. Also Users expect companies that truly “understand” them and deliver relevant results and recommendations at important touch points when searching.

API Speed Layer for Digital Data Agility

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