WSO2 Blogs

Guest Blog: Ensuring Your API Quality On May 28, 2015 By Hasmin AbdulCader,   Let’s face it – in this API economy, there are a lot of solutions out there for managing, testing, deploying, tracking, and monitoring your APIs. It’s a booming industry and you can see evidence of it all over: large... Continue reading
One hack to make them all… One bot to rule them! On May 5, 2015 By Ursula Gonsalves, They moved, they shimmied, they even kept in tune with some Sri Lankan papare music, and  we are not talking about the students of Indiana University’s School of Informatics and Computing, although they showed us some off-the-charts talent themselves. It... Continue reading
Announcing WSO2 Connected Bathroom Manager for enabling more effective enterprise bathroom usage policies On March 31, 2015 By Hasmin AbdulCader,   In response to growing abuse of bathroom time by employees, today we debut the fully integrated WSO2 Connected Bathroom Manager (WSO2 CBM). WSO2 CBM is a comprehensive solution that enables a Chief Bathroom Officer and Bathroom Operations Group (BOG)... Continue reading
API Registry and Service Registry On July 24, 2014 By Asanka Abeysinghe, [Based on a post originally appearing at http://asanka.abeysinghe.org/2014/07/api-registry-and-service-registry.html.] Registry acts as a core component in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Early SOA reference architecture named the registry as a service broker for service providers to publish service definitions, allowing service consumers... Continue reading
Implementing an API Façade with the WSO2 API Management Platform On May 28, 2013 By Asanka Abeysinghe, [Based on a post originally appearing at http://asanka.abeysinghe.org.] In my previous post I described about the reference architecture of API Façade. This post gives implementation details using the WSO2 API Management Platform and the WSO2 ESB. Business scenario: A backend... Continue reading
A Pragmatic Approach to the API Façade Pattern On May 24, 2013 By Asanka Abeysinghe, [Based on a post originally appearing at http://asanka.abeysinghe.org/2013/04/pragmatic-approach-to-api-facade-pattern.html.] Business APIs expose business functionality for access by external and internal consumers.  In technical terms APIs provide an abstract layer for the internal business services to cater to consumer demand. Most service... Continue reading
Connected Education Reference Architecture On October 10, 2014 By Chris Haddad, With Connected Education Reference Architecture, plug in your mind, connect with your dreams, and make a difference. Our education system must prepare citizens to thrive in a global economy, inspire constructive thinkers, instill personal responsibility, and empower passionate leaders... Continue reading
Real World DevOp Stories – A continuous discussion On November 25, 2014 By Chris Haddad, DevOps requires new practices and smart players. Panelists at the #C9D9 hangout shared their real world DevOps stories, and want to spark a continuous discussion. Continuous Discussions provide an open community forum on topics related to ... Continue reading
A Connected Retail World Requires Digital Transformation, APIs, and Platforms On October 2, 2014 By Chris Haddad, WSO2 is helping enterprise retail organizations fulfill their vision of digital transformation and connect their business to the world across both digital and brick and mortar channels. WSO2 is pioneering how the Industrial Internet of Things, Big Data, API-centric architecture, and Cloud services augment digital business strategy and facilitate execution... Continue reading
Flame Graphs with Java Flight Recordings By Isuru Flame GraphsBrendon D. Gregg, who is a computer performance analyst, has created Flame Graphs to visualize stack traces in an interactive way.You must watch his talk at USENIX/LISA13, titled Blazing Performance with Flame Graphs, which explains Flame Graphs in detail.There can be different types of flame graphs and I'm focusing on CPU Flame... Continue reading
Chart Types and Data Models in Google Charts By madhuka Different data model is need for different chart types. This post is basically covering google chart types and support of data models. Bar charts and Column chartEach bar of the chat represent the value of elements of x-axis. Bar charts display tooltips when the user hovers over... Continue reading
Adding proxy server behind WSO2 ESB By Yumani When the message flow needs to be routed through a proxy, you need to add following parameters to transportSender configuration in axis2.xml.http.proxyHost - proxy server's host namehttp.proxyPort - port number of the proxy  serverhttp.nonProxyHosts - any host that need to by pass above proxyElse you can set Java networking... Continue reading