To help organisations stay ahead of disruption, we collated company-wide knowledge and our collective experience on topics ranging from data integration to healthcare interoperability APIs. Discover challenges, case-studies and approaches discussed in our MeetUp sessions in this collection of consumable, bite-sized decks.
If you missed the live webinar, you can catch all the details here in this presentation. Expert speakers Karthik TS and Dean Ramsay discussed CSP strategies for a new breed of marketplaces in this on-demand webinar. This slide deck provides a comprehensive overview of the LIVE webinar and is a great resource for CSPs looking for out-of-the-box API-driven digital marketplace solutions.
This summary deck discusses a practical, step-by-step approach to transform your IT systems for FHIR (HL7 standards) compliance, API-enablement of your legacy for an accelerated go to market using a library of tools and frameworks under the DigitMarketTM umbrella. It outlines different integration challenges such initiatives encounter and equips you to plan your compliance roadmap for FHIR.
In this webinar, Thomas Zink – IDC research director for European financial services talked about the revenue potential of API enabled use-cases and how to overcome barriers to adoption. Karthik TS – Head, CoE, Torry Harris detailed the best practices to productize APIs, effective API management and marketplace-banking solutions.
A well-thought-out governance approach can help offset the costs implementing Microservices and deliver higher benefits from your investments.
This webinar, jointly organized by TMForum and Torry Harris Integration Solutions, featured Mark Newman – Chief Analyst, TMForum talking about real-life examples of microservices adoption and potential do’s and don’ts for microservices in the telecoms sector. Karthik TS – Head, CoE at Torry Harris Integration Solutions detailed potential use-case candidates for microservices adoption in the telecoms sector along with best practices in governing microservices.
An API and application integration governance framework should facilitate good governance. It must allow the initiative to evolve, and iteratively present best practices based on results achieved. The Torry Harris API and Application Integration Governance Framework enables cohesive integration across the enterprise such that all elements are connected, rationalized, and organized to provide consistent guidance and incentives that executives and business unit leaders require.