We believe that API's and Distributed Architectures should not be hard to develop, that most systems are highly redundant and very few engineers understand how to architect Service Oriented Architectures(SOA). We aim not only to simplify but to automate this process as well.
To create simplified, fast and easy to use development tools that reduce development time and scale as you go. One shouldn't have to rebuild the architecture when ones company grows; your tooling should easily be able to adapt with one or two configuration changes.
Everyone should be able to build out API's with ease regardless of their coding ability. With just a limited set of tools and a simple interface, everyone from a novice to an expert can build, configure and deploy their API's and deploy Service Oriented Architectures (SOA).
We properly abstracted and automated our system, allowing for improvements in several different ways:
Founding team member of Amazon.com from 95-98, Owen has been instrumental in inspiring a new generation of API development and influenced several enterprise companies including Amazon, Netflix, VMWare, Apple, Paypal, Tibco/Mashery, Mulesoft and others.His research and creation of the new API pattern, API chaining(tm) and shared I/O state have led to increased speed and scalability in distributed systems in multiple enterprise companies and led to articles written about him and his work in ProgrammableWeb, NetworkWorld and other Computing Journals.He has been asked to speak at the world largest Java conference, SpringOne, the worlds largest API Conference, API World and his work continues to win the accolades of his peers who have stated that his work is '5-10 years ahead of the industry'.