We provide 100% free open source software that can be used and improved by anyone. WSO2 believe open source is the future of the industry and welcomes anyone who is interested in contributing by getting involved in the WSO2 community and helping with the development of WSO2 projects. This session will help you understand how you can participate, contribute and benefit from the WSO2 community.
WSO2 Carbon is the base platform for all products developed by WSO2. The carbon platform offers a wide-range of reusable core components and extension points that can be used for various custom requirements. This allows the carbon platform to be easily adaptable. In this session, we will be talking about the different kinds of advanced extension points available in the carbon platform that can be used for the various needs of any enterprises
WSO2 provides a platform for the digital transformation of businesses. With WSO2’s product suite users can build platforms that provide the basic layer to deploy solutions. However we need to customize this to support each requirement and extensions can be used for this purpose. The WSO2 community is mainly involved in developing these extensions, engaging and improving the products based on interests and needs. In this talk, you will learn more about these extensions and their benefits for different parties that are part of the WSO2 community.
WSO2 Process Center provides a platform to design, store, analyze, and manage all processes and related artifacts of an organization. It’s the central component of the business process management platform to which process editors, workflow engines, and monitoring tools can connect to access and update business processes. This article will discuss some common use cases that will provide insights into the applicability of WSO2 Process Center.
In this session Chakray will be sharing their experiences in real project scenarios and will show you how having your platform as a code can dramatically shorten and improve the build progress, from months to minutes.
This session focuses on how Proximus – the largest telecommunication company in Belgium – enables developers, software vendors and enterprises by connecting the dots between telecommunication, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud and big data assets. All functionality of the ‘Enabling Company’ platform is exposed through APIs allowing easy integration with your own systems. In addition to some insights about the architecture of the platform and the WSO2 products supporting it, this session explores how Proximus is shaping tomorrow’s business using powerful state-of-the-art assets and innovative paradigms and business models.
Traditional file transfer is still an important backbone of operations for many organizations and quick file processing is a goal for many. WSO2 offers the core functionality for this with Yenlo adding 24/7 support for high availability, guaranteed delivery , content and metadata based routing in a multitenant and a scalable environment. In this session, Yenlo presents the advantages of managed file transfer with WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (WSO2 ESB) and shares experience gained in real world setups.
Many organizations are leaning towards Microservices architecture, given its potential advantages. There are a number of frameworks available for microservices development. In this session, Sameera will introduce the Java framework for microservices development and WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java (WSO2 MSF4J). WSO2 MSF4J provides the necessary framework and tooling for building an MSA solution. He will introduce some core features of WSO2 MSF4J including the programming model, tooling & analytics.
Data needs proper representation, and is most useful when understood through interaction.
WSO2 Dashboard Server has the ability to design interactive dashboards that can give insights into data through drill-down views, even share among users and customise to match preferences. In this session Sinthuja explores some of the enterprise use cases that can be achieved with WSO2 Dashboard Server via its multiple interactive elements.
Enterprise applications have their own requirements. Scalablity, high availability & Security, Integration with several systems, adopt latest architectural concepts, make application a SaaS or expose enterprise data as APIs. Post production, you might even need to collect statistics for insight. This session will discuss how WSO2’s comprehensive 100% open source platform can help you achieve these objectives, whilst cutting down time-to-market.