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Keynote: Web Services for eCommerce

eBay's API Handles More Than A Billion Web Services Calls A Month!

Tuesday, February 15, 2005 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 A.M.

eBay, The Worlds Online Marketplace, has more than 114 million registered users, 10,000 developers, and over 700 live, third-party applications. Four years ago, eBay began allowing third parties to build applications that tap into eBay, and today eBay hosts one of the leading Web services platforms. Through its developer program, eBay enables third parties to create cutting-edge Web services applications that benefit the buyers and sellers on eBay. At present, 40% of eBay's listings come through its API, which handles more than a billion Web services calls a month. Ackley will discuss the rewards and challenges of building and maintaining one of the world's leading Web services platforms, and share insights and practical guidelines for others.

 About the Speaker

Matt Ackley is senior director of the eBay Developers Program. He supports eBay's vision to be the leading platform for global online commerce, and is chartered with creating a thriving ecosystem between eBay, its community of users, and third-party developers and solution providers. Ackley joined eBay in 2003 as part of eBay's acquisition of FairMarket, which provided technology solutions and services to online marketplaces.

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Matt Ackley is senior director of the eBay Developers Program. He supports eBay's vision to be the leading platform
for global online commerce, and is chartered with creating a thriving ecosystem between eBay, its community of
users, and third-party developers and solution providers. Ackley joined eBay in 2003 as part of eBay's acquisition of
FairMarket, which provided technology solutions and services to online marketplaces.

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