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[Blog Post] Reliable Messaging Pattern - Why Use WSO2

Reliable messaging involve sending a message successfully from one system to another over unreliable protocols. Read Chintana's blog to learn more about reliable messaging patterns and the advantages of using WSO2 for reliable messaging.

[Blog Post] How to Invoke APIs in SOAP Style in Swagger

WSO2 API Manager has integrated Swagger to allow API consumers to explore APIs through a interactive console, which is known as 'API Console.' Read Lakmali's blog post here to learn more.

[Screencast] WSO2 API Cloud Tutorial 5 - Using REST Client to Invoke APIs

In our previous tutorials we have already created an API, subscribed to it and invoked it. In this tutorial we will take a look at the built-in REST Client provided by the API Store. The REST Client comes in handy when developers want to experiment with various API invocations and see the detailed responses that they get.

API Management
API Management

[Blog Post] How to Invoke APIs in SOAP Style in Swagger

WSO2 API Manager has integrated Swagger to allow API consumers to explore APIs through a interactive console, which is known as 'API Console.' Read Lakmali's blog post here to learn more.

WSO2 API Manager Scalable Deployment Patterns - Part 1

WSO2 API Manager provides a scalable and flexible deployment option with complete control over infrastructure and management of APIs. It overcomes the challenges of building cost-effective, future-proof infrastructure that meets the user's as well as the organization's budgets. This article, the first of a three-part series, will discuss in detail some key deployment patterns of WSO2 API Manager.

How to Run WSO2 API Manager 1.8.0 with Java Security Manager

Java security manager is a component that defines and validates security policies for applications. With this, you can define certain policies for unsafe or sensitive operations. Any actions that are not allowed by the security policy will result in a SecurityException to be thrown. This article will discuss details of the Java security manager and explain how you can use it with WSO2 API Manager.

App Dev

[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] Geo Spatial Data Analysis Using WSO2 Complex Event Processor

WSO2 CEP is capable of analyzing data that comes from different types of streams at a high rate and obtaining useful information out of this data. This article explains how we can process spatial data from an external source of events and analyze/manipulate this data to produce meaningful information to end users, while hiding the complex CEP process with the WSO2 Jagger UI application.

[Article] Achieve Scalability and Performance With Partitioning In WSO2 CEP

WSO2 CEP analyzes events and acts on them in real time. The backend runtime engine of WSO2 CEP is Siddhi. Financial analysis, fraud detection and monitoring are some use cases where CEP has been used. In such scenarios, performance and scalability are key aspects when dealing with high volumes and/or high rate of events. Partitioning is one technique in achieving scalability as well as performance. This article explains how partitioning is being used in WSO2 Siddhi and how partitions can help analyze events to extract important data.

[Tutorial] A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Run a CEP Geo-Extension Sample

This tutorial will take you through a sample that demonstrates how you can filter incoming location event attributes using the geo extension isWithin function. This uses the capability of custom Siddhi functions.

Cloud

[Screencast] WSO2 API Cloud Tutorial 5 - Using REST Client to Invoke APIs

In our previous tutorials we have already created an API, subscribed to it and invoked it. In this tutorial we will take a look at the built-in REST Client provided by the API Store. The REST Client comes in handy when developers want to experiment with various API invocations and see the detailed responses that they get.

[Screencast] WSO2 App Cloud Tutorial 7 - Consuming Different Resources in Different Application Lifecycle Stages

In this tutorial, we will show you how to make your applications change their behavior as they move from development, to test, and then to production environments. This follows our sixth tutorial, where you learnt how invited teams of developers, quality control and operations can work together, moving applications through lifecycle phases.

[Screencast] WSO2 API Cloud Tutorial 4 - Adding API Documentation

Our previous tutorial explored the social features in WSO2 API Cloud. This tutorial explains how to add online documentation to published APIs, not only encouraging proper use of your API, but also serving as an additional search engine optimization means to spread the word of your developer program.
Identity and Entitlement Management

[Tutorial] How to Secure a Jaggery File by Using Single Sign-On

This tutorial will demonstrate the use of SSO to secure a jag file and the process of obtaining the roles of the current logged in user.

[Article] Authentication Protocols Comparison and Analysis

This article aims to compare and contrast various authentication protocols, which include SAML 2.0, WS-Federation Passive profile (Passive STS), OpenId, and CAS (Central Authentication Service).

[Blog Post] POODLE Attack and Disabling SSL V3 in WSO2 Carbon 4.2.0-Based Products

In this blog post, Prabath explains how you could disable SSL V3 in WSO2 Carbon 4.2.0-based products in the wake of the 'POODLE' attack.

Integration

[Blog Post] Reliable Messaging Pattern - Why Use WSO2

Reliable messaging involve sending a message successfully from one system to another over unreliable protocols. Read Chintana's blog to learn more about reliable messaging patterns and the advantages of using WSO2 for reliable messaging.

[Presentation] Sharing Best Practices and Recommendations from the Integration Battlefield

APIs are the tip of the iceberg of enterprise integration. In this workshop conducted at API Days Paris, Isabelle discussed how WSO2’s customers engaged in successful enterprise deployments. She shared best practices and recommendations from the "integration battlefield" around security, monitoring and performance.

[Screencast] RESTful Integration with WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus

In this screencast, Dushan will discuss RESTful integration with WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB); he will explain RESTful services and take you through some key features of WSO2 ESB and also touch on REST support with WSO2 ESB. He will carry out a demonstration as well to further explain RESTful integration with WSO2 ESB.

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[Blog Post] Reliable Messaging Pattern - Why Use WSO2

Reliable messaging involve sending a message successfully from one system to another over unreliable protocols. Read Chintana's blog to learn more about reliable messaging patterns and the advantages of using WSO2 for reliable messaging.

[Blog Post] How to Invoke APIs in SOAP Style in Swagger

WSO2 API Manager has integrated Swagger to allow API consumers to explore APIs through a interactive console, which is known as 'API Console.' Read Lakmali's blog post here to learn more.

[Screencast] WSO2 API Cloud Tutorial 5 - Using REST Client to Invoke APIs

In our previous tutorials we have already created an API, subscribed to it and invoked it. In this tutorial we will take a look at the built-in REST Client provided by the API Store. The REST Client comes in handy when developers want to experiment with various API invocations and see the detailed responses that they get.

WSO2 API Manager Scalable Deployment Patterns - Part 1

WSO2 API Manager provides a scalable and flexible deployment option with complete control over infrastructure and management of APIs. It overcomes the challenges of building cost-effective, future-proof infrastructure that meets the user's as well as the organization's budgets. This article, the first of a three-part series, will discuss in detail some key deployment patterns of WSO2 API Manager.

[Article] Geo Spatial Data Analysis Using WSO2 Complex Event Processor

WSO2 CEP is capable of analyzing data that comes from different types of streams at a high rate and obtaining useful information out of this data. This article explains how we can process spatial data from an external source of events and analyze/manipulate this data to produce meaningful information to end users, while hiding the complex CEP process with the WSO2 Jagger UI application.

How to Run WSO2 API Manager 1.8.0 with Java Security Manager

Java security manager is a component that defines and validates security policies for applications. With this, you can define certain policies for unsafe or sensitive operations. Any actions that are not allowed by the security policy will result in a SecurityException to be thrown. This article will discuss details of the Java security manager and explain how you can use it with WSO2 API Manager.

[Screencast] WSO2 App Cloud Tutorial 7 - Consuming Different Resources in Different Application Lifecycle Stages

In this tutorial, we will show you how to make your applications change their behavior as they move from development, to test, and then to production environments. This follows our sixth tutorial, where you learnt how invited teams of developers, quality control and operations can work together, moving applications through lifecycle phases.

[Article] Achieve Scalability and Performance With Partitioning In WSO2 CEP

WSO2 CEP analyzes events and acts on them in real time. The backend runtime engine of WSO2 CEP is Siddhi. Financial analysis, fraud detection and monitoring are some use cases where CEP has been used. In such scenarios, performance and scalability are key aspects when dealing with high volumes and/or high rate of events. Partitioning is one technique in achieving scalability as well as performance. This article explains how partitioning is being used in WSO2 Siddhi and how partitions can help analyze events to extract important data.

[Tutorial] A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Run a CEP Geo-Extension Sample

This tutorial will take you through a sample that demonstrates how you can filter incoming location event attributes using the geo extension isWithin function. This uses the capability of custom Siddhi functions.

[Article] Geo Fencing for Internet of Things with WSO2 CEP

Integration of geospatial data into software applications is evident today with the wide availability of GPS services, especially using handheld/mobile devices. In addition, geospatial data is now becoming universally available through wide spreading social media networks. This article will provide an introduction to geospatial analysis and also discuss geo fencing for IoT with WSO2 CEP.

[Screencast] WSO2 API Cloud Tutorial 4 - Adding API Documentation

Our previous tutorial explored the social features in WSO2 API Cloud. This tutorial explains how to add online documentation to published APIs, not only encouraging proper use of your API, but also serving as an additional search engine optimization means to spread the word of your developer program.

[Screencast] WSO2 API Cloud Tutorial 3 - Social Features in WSO2 API Cloud

In our earlier tutorials, we already published, and subscribed to APIs. What we explore in this tutorial is the WSO2 API store experience, with open feedback channels between API subscribers and providers, allowing you to rate APIs, and share your feedback via social networking channels, and much more!