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WSO2Con US 2014 kicks off with CEO Sanjiva unveiling several strategic product developments to support today’s connected world On October 28, 2014 By Hasmin AbdulCader, Its our biggest user-conference yet! After a great day of pre-conference tutorials yesterday, WSO2Con US 2014 officially got going with traditional drumming and CEO Sanjiva Weerawarana, talking about how competing in a connected world requires a new holistic approach to... Continue reading
WSO2Con Insights–Trimble Builds an Enterprise PaaS Framework with Open Source On August 14, 2014 By Hasmin AbdulCader, A large part of the value of Trimble solutions is that they enable customers to build and manage their own positioning-centric solutions for employees in the field—a key requirement for customers in the agriculture, construction, and transportation sectors. Trimble also... Continue reading
Nine and counting… On August 4, 2014 By Hasmin AbdulCader, Setting out on a revolutionary journey 9 years ago, ex-IBMers Sanjiva and Paul founded WSO2 to rethink middleware as we know it. Right from the start WSO2’s vision was to Be the #1 middleware company in the world Build a... 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
Real World DevOp Stories – A continuous discussion On October 10, 2014 By haddadcblg, 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 Agile, DevOps and Continuous Delivery. During the inaugural episode, 11 panelists shared their experiences,  learnings, and real world DevOp stories; with a […] Continue reading
A Connected Retail World Requires Digital Transformation, APIs, and Platforms On October 2, 2014 By haddadcblg, 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.   Retail industry companies are […] Continue reading
The Politics of APIs On September 29, 2014 By haddadcblg, Politics is all about power.   Whether in Washington DC, Brussels, or Beijing, individuals jockey for advantage using the political process.  The politics of APIs centers on ‘knowledge being power’ and ‘data content being power’.  Individuals and corporations gain a powerful advantage in the API economy by enforcing content ownership, access privileges, and distribution rights to […] Continue reading
Mass insertion on Redis By Dedunu You may want to insert a lot of data into Redis. This would be easier to insert a lot data into Redis using Linux commands. Lets say we have a comma separated values in a file.data.csv: key1,1200key2,5000key35,12345key12,4500With following command you can load all the data into Redis. But you should... Continue reading
How to modify JWT to retrieve subscriber details instead of end user - WSO2 API Manager By Sanjeewa IN WSO2 API Manager JWT generated per API call. To generate we will use access token coming with the request. From this token we will retrieve token owner(person who generated token).Once we have token owner, we will retrieve claims associated with that user. In this case we need to get... Continue reading
WSO2Con 2014 USA By shankar My WSO2Con 2014 USA talks ... Continue reading