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How to Define and Share your Event APIs using AsyncAPI and Event API Products

Defining Asynchronous APIs and sharing them with your developer community is the most effective way for internal app developers and partners to create new services using real-time event streams. But how do you do it? What specification do you use to define the APIs? What are the best practices for sharing them with the developer community? What framework can you use to code? And what’s next? How do you manage the lifecycle of these APIs? In this talk, Fran Mendez, founder of AsyncAPI and Jonathan Schabowsky, Solace CTO Architect will introduce you to the AsyncAPI specification and show you two different methods to define and share your event APIs, quickly get up to speed, and more. You will learn how to create a Kafka application using asynchronous APIs in minutes!

Moderatoren

Fran Mendez

Fran is the founder of the AsyncAPI Initiative. He’s a software engineer with a strong focus on event-driven APIs and microservices. In his spare time, he enjoys playing beach volleyball, kayaking, and stand-up paddle surf.

Jonathan Schabowsky