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Accenture and Bristol Myers Squibb speaking about APIs at Axway Innovation Forum - Philadelphia May 5

On May 5 in Philadephia, Axway is running an "Innovation Forum" focusing on integration technologies including APIs. It's a free event which you can sign up for online, and we've some great speakers lined up. I'll be down in Philly for the event, and I'm really looking forward to it.

So what is an Innovation Forum? It's a way to get practitioners together to share best practices, network, and discuss the latest technologies. Expect to hear much discussion on microservices, on the latest API security breaches (and how to avoid them), and on Internet of Things.

On the API front, we have some great speakers lined up:

Bristol Myers Squibb:

Janette Bubinak and Ron Zhang of Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) will be speaking on "API Management: Bridging to the Business". BMS have done some very innovative things around API management, especially relating to enabling self-service for business users, so I highly recommend this session.



Accenture:


Anyone who has seen Accenture's Kevin Kohut speak about "API First" knows that he is the leading expert in the field. And I really mean "in the field", because Kevin has assisted organizations as far away as Australia in architecting and deploying their APIs. We're very privileged in having Kevin speak at the Innovation Forum in Philadelphia, and I'm very much looking forward to his session.



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Mark O'Neill is VP Innovation at Axway - API and Identity. Previously he was CTO and co-founder at Vordel, which was acquired by Axway. A regular speaker at industry conferences and a contributor to SOA World Magazine and Cloud Computing Journal, Mark holds a degree in mathematics and psychology from Trinity College Dublin and graduate qualifications in neural network programming from Oxford University.