This year’s Cloud Foundry summit in April was an exciting one for us here at TIBCO. We announced that TIBCO Cloud™ Mashery® is now cloud-native. This cloud-native deployment supports Cloud Foundry customers via deployment on PKS (Pivotal Container Service). It’s a ‘pivotal’ move for us, in order to further empower customers with cloud-native API management using TIBCO Cloud Mashery. Mashery can be deployed anywhere, and supports next generation cloud-native architectures to deliver more speed, scale, and agility for market-leading enterprises.
Watch this interview with the New Stack that took place at the Summit where TIBCO Senior Product Manager Beerinder Rodey, interviewed by Joab Jackson, managing editor for The New Stack, on April 22nd, discusses the cloud-native launch of TIBCO Cloud Mashery and what it means for users. According to Beerinder, in today’s world, we see both cloud-native and traditional enterprises. And, we hear a lot of customers ask “How can I leverage and augment the systems and applications I already have on-premises?”
That’s the great thing about cloud-native Mashery. You can go fully on-premises, SaaS, or use containers in your private cloud, and manage API endpoints for services deployed anywhere. Cloud-native Mashery allows you to bring cloud-native deployments on-premises, and is a good way to start for customers whose architecture doesn’t align with the public cloud, but want all of the benefits of cloud.
APIs have also evolved to become fully integrated with DevOps and front and back-end development. Among the benefits APIs offer, well-developed APIs serve integral role allowing organizations to realize their business goals more efficiently and rapidly.
In the video, Beerinder also discusses:
- The current state of API management
- How organizations are using API management for both external and increasingly internal use cases
- The evolution to cloud-native API management
- How Mashery now makes Kubernetes deployments easy and integration with DevOps tooling even easier
- TIBCO BusinessWorks(TM) Container Edition is also certified on Cloud Foundry