A few days ago, Apigee also announced that the Japanese group Fujitsu has chosen its Edge platform as part of the transformation of its internal computing that led him to migrate in the cloud, in the next 5 years, its infrastructure of 640 systems and 13,000 servers. Apigee provides the platform for developing new applications by exposing data from back-end systems. Fujitsu will also exploit the predictive analytics capabilities of the solution, which also supports its projects related to the Internet of Things .
The Apigee company, which went public one month ago , is evolving in a booming market where it rubs shoulders with competitors such as MuleSoft, CA Technologies (Layer 7), Intel's Mashery or the French publishers Axway and Restlet. The latter, one of the oldest on the sector, offers an open source framework for creating API Rest in Java accessible in PaaS mode, complete with a free IDE, Restlet Studio, to automatically generate configuration files.