IBM + StrongLoop – The Million API Jam is On!

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Million API Jam I’m really excited about our StrongLoop announcement and I want to warmly welcome the gang to our IBM Family. Together with StrongLoop, IBM now has the most comprehensive and Open API platform in the industry.

We now have the StrongLoop API Platform on Bluemix… and this is going to accelerate the creation of APIs in a big way.

In fact, I predict that over the next 3 years we will see the creation of an additional One Million Business APIs which will supercharge the economy around APIs.

Here is the way I see it…

One Million API Formula

Watch this short video as I attempt to “explain the math” behind this statement and why I feel so excited that IBM + StrongLoop will help ignite this fire.

For more predictions, please go read on…

More Predictions from Jerry Cuomo

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