API Change Management with Aidan Cunniffe

APIs within a company change all the time. Every service owner has an API to manage, and those APIs have upstream and downstream connections. APIs need to be tested for integration points as well as for their “contract”, the agreement between an API owner and the consumers of that API.

Aidan Cuniffe is the founder of Optic, a product built for API change management. He joins the show to explain why there is an opportunity for such a product, and the market dynamics of the space of API testing and change management.

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