Technology giant, Oracle
has signed an agreement to buy an API development startup
Apiary. Launched in 2011, Apiary helps developers design and create documentation for application programming interfaces (APIs).
Its API flow features an API blueprint-management dashboard, role-based access control, role capabilities, provisioning, shared API blueprint templates, and the ability to customize settings.
According to Amit Zavery, Senior Vice President, Integration Cloud, Oracle, Oracle’s API Integration Cloud enable companies to secure, consume, monetize, and analyze APIs.
“With Apiary, Oracle will also provide customers advanced capabilities to design and govern API’s, allowing companies to manage the entire API lifecycle and deliver integrated applications,” he said.
According to the company, Apiary will not shut down post acquisition, both the companies together will help enterprises in managing connectivity complexity and API proliferation.
“Oracle customers will have unique access to a comprehensive API management platform providing control and increased agility, enabling them to focus on innovation,” said Jakub Nešetřil, Founder and CEO, Apiary.
“We are excited to join Oracle and bring even more value to customers as part of Oracle’s Integration Cloud,” he added.