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[Article] Introducing WSO2 API Manager New REST API for Store and Publisher Operations

In the API Manager 1.10 release, the API Manager team will unveil a new REST API for store and publisher operations. This article will discuss the details of the REST API design, how it was developed, and how you can use the API to generate customized applications that can design, develop, manage, and consume APIs. The new release will be available in Q4 2015.

[WSO2Con US 2015] The Needs of Next Generation Giants

Next generation giants are being created every day and they are standing on the shoulders of technology and new business models to get there. Billions of connected people, apps and things are leading to the creation of new digital communities and ecosystems. They harness API enabled business models to deliver hyper-relevant, orchestrated communications to customers. Smart things change how we experience the world. Deep insights power decisions for internal and external users. In this talk Aaron Sandeen, the co-founder of Zuggand, will answer key questions about the needs of next generation giants.

[WSO2Con USA 2015] Single Sign-on Solutions for Salesforce with WSO2 Identity Server

In this talk, Benoy focuses on understanding the capabilities of WSO2 Identity Server and how you can leverage SAML for single sign-on (SSO). He explains how you can use WSO2 Identity Server to enable SSO on the Salesforce platform and also how to enable seamless SSO for multiple applications.

[WSO2Con USA 2015] Enhancing Company-Wide SSO-Propagation with WSO2 ESB’s Custom Mediators

In this talk, Urs explains how the WSO2 ESB acts as a company-wide security intermediary that liberates Suva's systems from dealing with end-to-end security and standards they might not support.

[Screencast] WSO2 API Cloud Tutorial 12 - Custom URL for API Store and Gateway

In our previous tutorial, we talked about transforming API calls and responses by using mediation sequences. In this tutorial, we show the whole custom URL setup process, from obtaining the required SSL certificates and setting CNAME DNS records, to configuring the custom URLs in WSO2 API Cloud and the user experience afterwards.

You can watch the entire WSO2 API Cloud video playlist here.

[WSO2Con USA 2015] Panel - Choosing a Platform for Innovation

In this panel moderated by Rebecca Hurst, the founder of Kinetic PR, the panelists all of whom are building platforms that foster innovation either internally or extending out to customers and partners will discuss how to choose a platform for innovation.

[WSO2Con US 2015] Closing Keynote: Some Essentials for Modern Solution Development

The core concepts in all of the models are component, composite, container and patterns. In this keynote, Dr. Donald Ferguson, the former VP and CTO of the software group at Dell, identifies core concepts in modular programming independent of the specific technology realization. The identification and motivation highlights requirements that the current technologies do not meet. The talk will also suggest topics for investment and standards.

[WSO2Con US 2015] Keynote: Building a Cloud-Based App Platform With WSO2

In this keynote Andrew Bird, the senior VP of product development and engineering at West Interactive, talks about how they built a Cloud-based app platform with integrated, modular WSO2 middleware to speed the delivery of service and enhance user engagement.

[Article] How to Achieve Delivery Reliability with Dead Letter Channel Pattern - Part 1

WSO2 Message Broker is a 100% open source Java based message broker that supports AMQP and MQTT protocols with an outstanding delivery rate. This article will discuss how you can leverage WSO2 Message Broker’s support for distributed messaging and clustering capability to build a messaging system that is highly available, reliable and scalable.

[WSO2Con US 2015] Keynote: Kubernetes – A Platform for Automating Deployment, Scaling, and Operations

In this keynote Brian Grant, the lead on Kubernetes at Google, talks about how Kubernetes, a system built by Google for managing containerized applications in a clustered environment, serves as a platform for automating deployment, scaling and operations.