- A Nine and Akamai Event: Register now for Less Talk, More Tech
At the heart of the most digital and innovative companies are teams who understand how technology is integral to the success of the business, and succeed in making the innovation and transformation possible while balancing risk. Risk also means understanding the Bot landscape as it continues to evolve. It is no doubt that Bots are the key to the future of internet. Like every coin, they have both positive and negative sides, like how its disrupting the API economy or how it could potentially be the engine that drives the IoT landscape forward. Come and join us on April 10 to learn about how you can embark on the digital innovation journey and learn about blind spots where many businesses fail. Agenda 5.30 pm - Registration 6.00 pm - The Nine Journey: Cloud Native Transformation 6.30 pm - Above the Fold: Security in the age of API’s, Botnet & IoTs 7.00 pm - Captain’s Logs: Akamai Logs at Scale 7.30 pm - Beer, Food & Network We recommend this session for security practitioners and technical individuals who run digital transformation projects in their organisation. Please RSVP before seats are fully booked. We look forward to seeing you! Regards, Team Akamai
- Let's Create Irresistible APIs with Kirsten Hunter
When creating a new REST platform, the planning process frequently gets skipped (or is misunderstood) resulting in an ill-conceived API. Our own Kirsten Hunter will walk you through the steps needed to create an API that developers love, and point out the common traps to avoid. The presentation will cover creating user stories, deciding on metrics, planning the API, design decisions, documentation and developer support. Kirsten will focus on creating a developer experience that will delight and amaze your developer partners and increase engagement with your platform. This talk will focus on higher level choices rather than HTTP architecture, and is appropriate for developers, product managers, or anyone else with an interest in achieving success for their API program. Kirsten Hunter is an unapologetic hacker and passionate advocate for the development community. Her technical interests range from graph databases to cloud services, and her experience supporting and evangelizing REST APIs has given her a unique perspective on developer success. To find out more about Kirsten and what she does, read her blog here (http://www.princesspolymath.com/princess_polymath/)! Format: 6.00pm - Drinks, pizza and socialising 6.30pm - Presentation of topic 7.30pm - Q&A and discussion 8.00pm - More drinks and socialising! Probably wrap up around 8.30pm Look forward to seeing you all there!
- Let's talk security!
Join us for a web and infrastructure Tech Meet-Up with our APJ Security CTO, Michael Smith! Michael was the Founder and Director of Akamai's Customer Security Incident Response Team and responsible for leading a team of web security incident responders and researchers that study the tactics, techniques, and procedures of web attackers and apply that knowledge to help protect Akamai customers during events such as site defacements, data breaches, and distributed denial of service. We'll be covering the different attacks and mitigation that we've seen and responded to over the past 6 months. So bring your questions and your appetite! PS. We're gonna have a pizza party and lots to drink! UPDATE: Mike's also going to cover Web Attacks from the past, the present and ideas on attacks in the future! I am getting excited! Hope you are too!
- Web Performance Measurement 101
This session will help you build a complete web monitoring strategy. We’ll cover the many different metrics you can collect, from latency and uptime to usability and navigation – and show you how to tie them to the goals of your web business. • The elements of web latency • Strategies for collecting end user experience • How performance and availability fit into the rest of the monitoring picture • Linking performance to business metrics like time-on-site, conversion rates, and engagement • Measuring sites you rely on, but don’t control • How to roll up measurement data to share it with other stakeholders Speaker: Dekel Amrani, Performance Engineer Team Leader