VANCOUVER- September 7, 2021 – TeejLab Inc. announced its research collaboration with the University of Alberta to identify and categorize Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) based on API descriptions, responses and other useful metadata collected by TeejLab’s API Management platform. TeejLab maintains a Global API Knowledgebase containing thousands of APIs from hundreds of vendors belonging to various industries. TeejLab and the University of Alberta are excited to partner and develop technologies that help improve the access to and use of APIs through TeejLab’s API Management platform. A quick overview of TeejLab’s platform can viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWP3QlxfK4k
“APIs are an important asset of today’s digital economy. TeejLab is tracking the security and integrity of APIs at a global scale. Our research partnership with Abram and his research group at the University of Alberta will further consolidate our thought leadership in API Risk Management space,” says Dr. Baljeet Malhotra, Founder and CEO of TeejLab Inc.
“I am very excited to work with TeejLab on API characterization research,” says Prof. Abram Hindle of the University of Alberta
TeejLab’s mission: protect the privacy, security, and integrity of APIs at a global scale by building Data Science and Artificial Intelligence driven API management solutions to help enterprises with API Governance. Learn more about TeejLab: https://apidiscovery.teejlab.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the University of Alberta:
The University of Alberta’s Faculty of Science moulds the next generation of ground-breaking researchers, technicians, and academics by giving our undergraduate and graduate students an unparalleled education with world-class instructors, hybrid learning environments, hands-on lab and field experience, and internship opportunities. With research and teaching strengths ranging from artificial intelligence to paleontology or from astrophysics to quantum nanoscience and beyond, our Faculty positions our students and researchers to be ahead of the curve, allowing them to shape the future of science. Learn more about the UofA’s Faculty of Science: About | Faculty of Science (ualberta.ca)