November 13 & 14, 2019
“Banking is necessary, banks are not” used to say Bill Gates. But 20 years later, banks are still here, stronger than ever. In 2008, they even survived the biggest financial crisis of the past century. But since 2010, banks are facing a major risk with the global digitalization of the economy: consumers expectations.
APIdays is the leading industry tech and business series of conferences in APIs and the programmable economy.
CIOs, CTO, CDOs, SVPs, VPs, Heads of Innovation, Heads of API, API Architects, Developers, Software Engineers, Infrastructure & Cloud Managers, IT Managers, Product Managers, Consultants & Analysts
Learn from the best about Business Models, Design & Documentation, Lifecycle Management, Security & Identity Management, Testing & Monitoring, Banking APIs and Open Banking, Developer Marketing, Digital Transformation, GraphQL, Microservice Architecture, Mobile & IoT APIs
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There is an organizational and technical solution to keep up with the internal agility challenges and external challenges to co-operate with startups and partners. This solution is APIs, Applications Programming Interfaces. “In 2000 you needed a Website, in 2010 you needed a mobile app, in 2020 you will need an API” John Musser, founder of Programmableweb.com.
Through the recent PSD2 Regulation that forces banks to open APIs to 3rd parties, Banking and Fintech actors have a strong opportunity to lead the market. The industry is ready to host the next generation of Financial services: Open Banking. Banks now have a programmable channel to talk to other banks, B2B partners, startups and developers to build the next generation of applications that customers want.
Head of Developer Relations at Stripe
Romain leads global developer relations at Stripe. He joined Stripe from Twitter, where he was a Senior Developer Advocate and the first member of Twitter’s developer relations team outside the US. In 2014, Romain helped launch Fabric, Twitter’s mobile development platform, and Digits, a way for people to securely sign in to apps with their phone number rather than a password. This year alone, Romain’s worldwide developer tour has led him to meet thousands of developers at events and conferences in dozens of cities across the US, Europe and Asia. Most recently, Romain was on stage two weeks ago at Twitter Flight in San Francisco during Jack Dorsey’s keynote, where he performed a live coding demonstration of Twitter’s latest developer products.
Co-Author of OpenID Connect, JWT, JWS and FAPI
Nat Sakimura is a well-known identity and privacy standardization architect and the Chairman of the Board of the OpenID Foundation. Besides being an author of such widely used standards as JWT (RFC7519), JWS (RFC7515), OAuth PKCE (RFC7636) and OpenID Connect, he helps communities to organize themselves to realize the ideas around identity and privacy. His current projects include FAPI, ISO/IEC 29184 Online privacy notice and consent, ISO/IEC 27551 Unlinkable Attribute-based entity authentication, OAuth JAR, RAR, and mTLS.
Head of Business Strategy - Finance - Solutions Consultant, Google Cloud (Apigee) at Google
Paul Rohan B.Comm, B.Sc. M.Sc. is a researcher and solutions consultant in business strategy. Paul has a specific focus on helping Financial Services clients make a successful transition into the era of ecosystem-versus-ecosystem competition. Paul has authored “PSD2 in Plain English”, recipient of a Book Mark Award for clarity from the Plain English Campaign and "Open Banking Strategy Formation" (both available on Amazon).
CTO at Perforce
Rod Cope is the CTO of Perforce Software. He provides technical vision and architectural leadership for the company’s globally distributed development teams. Rod came to Perforce from Rogue Wave Software, where he was CTO. He was also the Founder and CTO of OpenLogic, a profitable venture-backed company in the open source space, and joined Rogue Wave as CTO following the acquisition.
Previously in his 25+ year software career, he worked at IBM, IBM Global Services, General Electric, and for the CTO of Anthem. Rod has also led key technical teams working on mission-critical applications at Ericsson and Integral. For the last 20 years, Rod has spoken on various technical and business topics at dozens of conferences around the world, including APIdays, API World, JavaOne, OSCON, Embedded World, ApacheCon, Strata/Big Data, and LinuxCon.
Rod holds both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Software Engineering from the University of Louisville. He lives with his wife and dogs in Colorado where they all enjoy hiking, traveling, and dog sports.
Director of Blue Connector, and Organiser, apidays Jakarta
Jon Scheele provides IT strategy, data analytics, security, interoperability and industry specific consulting and training to management and workgroups at leading companies in the financial services and telecommunications industries. Jon also trains, coaches and mentors to develop high performing teams and identifies how to apply emerging technologies to meet evolving customer needs.
Creator of APIPlatform, Vulcain and Mercure Protocole
Founder at Les-Tilleuls.coop and freelance software architect.
Creator of the API Platform REST and GraphQL framework, of the Mercure.rocks and Vulcain.rocks protocols and of some Symfony components (Panther, PropertyInfo, WebLink...). Contributor to more than 100 open source projects including the PHP language, Laravel, Doctrine ORM and to the React and Kubernetes ecosystems.
Author of "The Design of Web APIs"
Arnaud Lauret aka The API Handyman. Author of The Design of Web APIs. Creator of the API Stylebook. Senior API Architect working on API design, documentation, software architecture, tools, training and governance at Natixis.
VP, Catalysts at Axway
Eric helps companies and governments leverage relevant technologies to provide superior customer experience, through continuous innovation and buildup of corporate platforms. He is passionate about data to build meaningful experiences (for customers, partners & employees) built from technology (API, Integration) out of real-world moments (from IoT, Digital Twins). He developed Streamdata.io as CEO, acquired by Axway on March 2019 and worked in Mexico, San Francisco, New York City, and now Paris for Axway.
WSO2 is the world’s #1 open source integration vendor, helping digital-driven organizations become integration agile. Customers choose us for our broad integrated platform, approach to open source, and agile transformation methodology. The company’s hybrid platform for developing, reusing, running and managing integrations prevents lock-in through open source software that runs on-premises or in the cloud. Today, hundreds of leading brands and thousands of global projects execute 6 trillion transactions annually using WSO2 integration technologies. Visit https://wso2.com to learn more.
Axway’s integration solutions simplify and accelerate your digital transformation and customer experience initiatives. Our flagship Axway AMPLIFY™ Hybrid Integration Platform (HIP) speeds the discovery, use and deployment of integrations by combining traditional integration patterns with APIs surfaced in a unified catalog. Traditional integration patterns are supported for B2B Integration, Managed File Transfer, and Content Collaboration that are delivered along with API Management and Application Integration (via more than 150 prebuilt connectors), all in a single platform experience. More than 11,000 organizations in 100 countries and across a diverse spectrum of industries continue to benefit from Axway’s unrelenting commitment to solving the world’s data integration challenges.
NGINX, Inc., now part of F5, is the company behind the popular open source project. We offer a suite of technologies for developing and delivering modern applications. Together with F5, our combined solution bridges the gap between NetOps and DevOps, with multi‑cloud application services that span from code to customer.
As we move into the API economy, there are huge opportunities for new and innovative solutions. In order to unlock value with new business models and winning experiences you need the help of an API management solution that enables automated API creation, simple discovery of assets, self-service access for developers, and built-in security and governance. IBM would like to be your partner on this journey, sharing our expertise and experiences to help maximize the value of APIs for your enterprise. More information: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/api-connect
Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of enterprise open source software solutions, using a community-powered approach to deliver reliable and high-performing Linux, hybrid cloud, container, and Kubernetes technologies. Red Hat helps customers integrate new and existing IT applications, develop cloud-native applications, standardize on our industry-leading operating system, and automate, secure, and manage complex environments. Award-winning support, training, and consulting services make Red Hat a trusted adviser to the Fortune 500. As a strategic partner to cloud providers, system integrators, application vendors, customers, and open source communities, Red Hat can help organizations prepare for the digital future.
Learn more at: redhat.com/financial
SmartBear is behind the software that empowers developers, testers, and operations engineers at over 20,000 of the world’s most innovative organizations including Adobe, JetBlue, MasterCard, and Microsoft. More than 6 million people use our tools to build, test, and monitor great software, faster. Our high-impact tools are easy to try, easy to buy, and easy to use. These tools are backed by a team of people passionate about helping you create software that transforms our world. Those tools are SmartBear tools. That team is SmartBear. For more information, visit: http://smartbear.com, or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook.
Tyk is a leading Open Source API Gateway and Management Platform, featuring an API gateway, analytics, developer portal and dashboard. We power millions of transactions per day, for thousands of innovative organisations including AXA, Cisco, Starbucks, and USA Today. Fast, flexible, and highly-performant, Tyk is available to install on-premises, as a cloud service, or hybrid. Learn more at https://tyk.io/
Open Banking Excellence (OBE) is a vibrant community of like-minded FinTech and Financial Services professionals raising awareness of how secure third-party access to bank data will improve the way we move and manage our money.
Supported by Mastercard and hosted by Equinix, our monthly OBE meetings provide a forum for sharing stories, sparking debates, learning and collaboration, all with the goal of spurring innovation, social change and sector growth.
We’re a community building a dynamic and innovative financial sector. From humble beginnings, our reach is now global, and we’re soon launching our own App. We’d love you to join us!
APIIDA AG is a European software company and a Broadcom Tier 1 Value-Added Partner and Distributor. Its portfolio includes products and offerings that complement and further enhance Broadcom’s Layer7 APIM solutions. For more information, visit https://apiida.com
Authlete is an OpenID-certified, managed cloud/on-prem authorisation engine that provides Web APIs for flexibly, quickly, and securely implementing OAuth 2.0, OpenID Connect, Financial-grade API, and CIBA. Authlete focuses on OAuth and OIDC functionalities, and API providers can easily integrate Authlete with their API infrastructure to protect the APIs with the latest industry standards. Visit https://authlete.com to learn more.