Calle Moratin 52
We know your time is valuable. Space is limited and this workshop is open by invitation only to ensure an interactive and productive experience. Please register to request an invitation and directions to the venue.
Best practices in Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) include a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) model to implement a service broker pattern for connectivity, mediation, process orchestration and security.
This workshop will help architects and developers obtain a high level architectural view describing how ESBs fit into a SOA, and will explain how the high-performance, low footprint WSO2 ESB, in conjunction with other components of the WSO2 middleware platform, can connect, mediate, orchestrate and manage interactions between application integration consumers and providers.
|Isabelle Mauny, Director, Product Management|
Isabelle Mauny joined WSO2 as director of product management in 2012. She brings to her role nearly 20 years of technology, consulting and management experience in Java, application development, middleware, and service-oriented architecture (SOA). Isabelle recently managed the API Manager beta program and has been working with customers around the globe adopting this product. In her role, Isabelle works closely with the WSO2 engineering, sales, and marketing teams. She strongly believes that successful product management requires a great understanding of our customers and the problems they hope to resolve, as well as a strong understanding of the products themselves. As such, Isabelle regularly participates in WSO2 QuickStart programs and services engagements.
ESB Architecture overview, the role of an ESB within a SOA and the benefits of loosely coupled application architectures
Understanding core ESB capabilities; Mediation, Transformation, Routing, Messaging, Queuing and Eventing
Connecting to services and APIs using lightweight JSON/XML, HTTP APIs, and adapters for SAP, SFDC, HL7, FIX, and PayPal
ESB's role in Process Orchestration, Security, Governance, Complex Event Processing, and Business Activity Monitoring
- Application Developers
- IT Managers and Enterprise Architects
- Knowledge of Java programming and a basic understanding of XML will be helpful