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API Management
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[Presentation] From shadow IT to empowered IT: Unshackling your developers’ creativity!

Project teams often use shadow IT, instead of the more slower moving traditional IT, to facilitate rapidly changing complex business requirements and quick release cycles. As a result an unmanaged, ungoverned set of IT solutions reside in enterprises without ownership. In this session Asanka Abeysinghe, VP of Solutions Architecture presented how enterprises can leverage cloud enabled ALM frameworks to build empowered IT. In addition Asanka explained how innovative WSO2 clients are already gaining startup speed, reducing project risk, and enabling new business models by adopting WSO2 DevOps PaaS solutions.

[Blog Post] JavaEE WebProfile Support in WSO2 Application Server

In this blog post, Sagara explains some common queries related to JavaEE WebProfile support in WSO2 Application Server.

[Screencast] Creating an ESB Project and End-Point with WSO2 Developer Studio

In this screencast, Susinda will take you through the process of creating an ESB project and end-point with WSO2 Developer Studio.

Big Data
Big Data

[Article] Fast Topic Matching Algorithm Implementation For WSO2 Message Broker

This article will illustrate topic matching that has been used in the WSO2 Message Broker and how it has been improved by using fast topic matching. The usual inverted bitmap technique and the optimized inverted bitmaps topic matching is discussed under this article. The topic matching logic is explained with examples. In addition, it includes important logic about how it is implemented inside WSO2 Message Broker.

[Presentation] Tracking a Soccer Game with Big Data

Mobile devices, sensors, and GPS are driving demand to handle big data in both batch and real-time. This presentation discusses how we used complex event processing (CEP) and MapReduce-based technologies to track and process data from a soccer match as part of the annual DEBS event processing challenge.

Cloud

[Presentation] War Stories from Building a Public Cloud

Building a public cloud is a challenging task. It becomes more challenging when you are equipped with a set of open source products. WSO2 Public Cloud is built using the WSO2 middleware stack which is completely open source.

[Video] Building a PaaS with CloudStack

Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) is a technology designed to make DevOps easier and allow developers to focus on application development. In this session, Lakmal discussed the key elements of PaaS and dug deep into Apache Stratos. The talk included an installation top of CloudStack, deploying sample applications using puppet, and a demonstration on how it can be extended to support new application containers

[Presentation] Next-Gen Apps with IoT and Cloud

The nature of apps (mobile/web/device) has changed to keep pace with rapidly changing and challenging business requirements as well as technology advances. To meet those challenges, app development too has changed. Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud technologies have become facilitators to enable the above technology characteristics.

Identity and Entitlement Management

[Presentation] Connected Identity: Benefits, Risks & Challenges

Connected businesses are extremely dynamic and involve a complex environment. Your desire is to reach out to your customers, partners, distributors and suppliers and create more and more business interactions and activities that will generate greater revenue. The goal here is not to just integrate technological silos in your enterprise, but also to make your business more accessible and reactive.

In this presentation, Prabath shows you the benefits, risks and challenges of a connected identity ​environment.

[Tutorial] SSO for Microsoft Sharepoint Web Applications with WSO2 Identity Server

This tutorial will give you a step-by-step guide on how to implement single sign on (SSO) for Microsoft Sharepoint web applications with the WSO2 Identity Server.

[Blog Post] Identity Mediation Language (IML) - Requirements Specification

The objective of the Identity Mediation Language (IML) is to define a configuration language that would run in an Identity Bus - to mediate and transform identity tokens between multiple service providers and identity providers in a protocol agnostic manner. In this blog post, Prabath aims to define the high-level requirements for the IML.

Click here to read Prabath's blog.

Integration

[Blog Post] Extending WSO2 ESB with a Custom Transport Implementation - Part II

WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is an asynchronous high performing messaging engine. This blog post discusses the second part of how to implement a custom transport by extending the WSO2 ESB.

[Blog Post] Extending WSO2 ESB with a Custom Transport Implementation - Part I

WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is an asynchronous high performing messaging engine. This blog post discusses the first part of how to implement a custom transport by extending the WSO2 ESB.

[Blog Post] Alert High Severity JIRA Issues Through WSO2 ESB JIRA & TWILIO Connectors

WSO2 ESB is an asynchronous high performing messaging engine. This blog post describes how to configure cloud to cloud integration with WSO2 ESB connectors using WSO2 Developer Studio.

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[Presentation] Overcome DevOps Adoption Barriers to Accelerate Software Delivery

PaaS helps organizations and teams more readily adopt DevOps practices, integrate governance compliance frameworks, and follow agile methodologies with distributed teams.

[Blog Post] Extending WSO2 ESB with a Custom Transport Implementation - Part II

WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is an asynchronous high performing messaging engine. This blog post discusses the second part of how to implement a custom transport by extending the WSO2 ESB.

[Blog Post] Extending WSO2 ESB with a Custom Transport Implementation - Part I

WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is an asynchronous high performing messaging engine. This blog post discusses the first part of how to implement a custom transport by extending the WSO2 ESB.

[Blog Post] How to Import and Export APIs with WSO2 API Manager 1.9.0

In this blog post, Sanjeewa explains how to import and export APIs with WSO2 API Manager 1.9.0. With its new capabilities you can download an API from one platform and export it to another platform.

Click here to read Sanjeewa's blog.

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[Presentation] Who Is Accessing My API?

Teams can extend business reach, enhance customer intimacy, and increase revenue opportunities by tracking who is accessing their API. Linking Identity as a Service (IDaaS), identity bridges, API gateways, and API analytics can help teams realize API economy goals

[Presentation] APIs: The Bridge to IoT

IoT has become a necessity in every business vertical. A few decades ago, enterprises were keen on internal connectivity before attending to external connectivity- but today, we connect anything to everything. APIs, enable extensibility of business operations in internal, external and partner networks. The capability of APIs is such that it can be used to bridge the new IoT world and SOA, EDA, also legacy systems that exists in the enterprises.

[Presentation] Deploy in Scale with Docker, CoreOS, Kubernetes and Apache Stratos

Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) is a technology designed to make devops easier and allow developers to focus on application development. The PaaS takes care of provisioning, scaling, HA, and other cloud management aspects. Apache Stratos is a PaaS codebase developed in Apache and designed to create a highly productive developer environment while also supporting powerful deployment options.

[Presentation] War Stories from Building a Public Cloud

Building a public cloud is a challenging task. It becomes more challenging when you are equipped with a set of open source products. WSO2 Public Cloud is built using the WSO2 middleware stack which is completely open source.

[Presentation] Containers in Production with Docker, CoreOs, Kubernetes and Apache Stratos

Docker's lightweight containers can quickly launch more containers when needed and then shut them down easily when they're no longer needed. Also it gets easier to make lots of small changes instead of huge, big bang updates that leads to reduced risk but more uptime. Saying that huge number of micro services leads to increase in complexity of the application deployment, orchestration and monitoring in production.

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