We’re excited to announce that Ably has won the 2020 API Award in the Best API Debut category at the API World conference and expo.
The 2020 API Awards recognize excellence in developer products and tools; and celebrate the incredible technical innovation, adoption, and reception in the API and Microservices industries, as well as the use by a global developer community.
The awards ceremony will occur during API World 2020 Virtual (27-29 October 2020). In its 9th year with over 4000 attendees, it is produced by DevNetwork and is the world’s largest API and microservices conference & expo — and the largest event for the API economy.
The 2020 API Awards received hundreds of nominations, and the Advisory Board has selected the Ably platform based on three criteria:
- attracting notable attention and awareness in the API industry;
- general regard and use by the developer & engineering community; and
- being a technical leader in its sector for innovation.
Ably is an enterprise-scale pub/sub messaging platform with integrated services to easily build complete realtime functionality delivered directly to end-users. We power the apps people and enterprises depend on every day. Developers from startups to industrial giants build on Ably to simplify engineering, minimize DevOps overhead, and increase development velocity.
“Ably’s win at the 2020 API Awards is evidence of their leading role in the growth of the API Economy,” said Jonathan Pasky, Executive Producer and Co-Founder of DevNetwork, producer of API World & the 2020 API Awards. It empowers developers and engineers to build upon the backbone of the multi-trillion-dollar market for API-driven products and services. Today’s cloud-based SaaS software and hardware is increasingly powered by an open ecosystem of API-centric architecture.
You can easily build complete, trusted realtime functionality delivered directly to end-users for mission-critical applications at enterprise-scale, without engineering complexity or DevOps overhead. Get started in minutes with the Ably Quick Start Guide. Or contact us so we can help you solve the hard technical problems of realtime engineering.