DevOps has enabled organizations to extend traditional development to continous IT service delivery. The advantages of adopting DevOps include establishing trust and collaboration between development and IT operations and ensuring that software releases are repeatable and automated. When adopting devops, automation and orchestration are quite important. This talk focuses on the advantages, technologies and best practices of automation and orchestration. It will also touch on the importance of establishing common standards and protocols across the organization to ensure governance and to reduce lifecycle costs.
In this session Senaka will discuss iterative architecture, which is about taking an iterative approach when introducing architectural changes to support business and technical requirements. We’ll also look at real world examples of implementing architectures in iterations.
Microservices is one of the most popular buzzwords in software architecture today. There are a lot of theoretical discussions on microservice architecture (MSA), but they don’t really explain how you can leverage MSA in practice. This session gives you complete understanding on microservice architecture and how it can be used in practice.
In this session, Dulanja focuses on leveraging the extensive feature set and extensible nature of the WSO2 platform to provide a robust security architecture for your enterprise. It will also touch upon some of WSO2’s experiences with customers in building a security architecture and there by extracting commonly used security architecture patterns.
WSO2 Process Center provides a platform for organizations to manage all processes without focusing on the automated execution. It supports creation and storage of text-based process models, maintaining associations among processes, text-based search, analysis and management of all processes and related artifacts of an organization. This article will provide an overview of WSO2 Process Center and explain the benefits of its features.
In this screencast Dimuthu De Lanerolle, a software engineer at WSO2, will demonstrate how to implement a guaranteed delivery scenario with the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus and WSO2 Message Broker. Watch part 1 here and part 2 here.
In this screencast Dimuthu De Lanerolle, a software engineer at WSO2, will demonstrate how to implement a guaranteed delivery scenario with the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus and WSO2 Message Broker. Watch part 1 here part 3 here.
In this screencast Dimuthu De Lanerolle, a software engineer at WSO2, will demonstrate how to implement a guaranteed delivery scenario with the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus and WSO2 Message Broker. Watch part 2 here.
When managing corporate owned personally enabled (COPE) devices it’s always a must for administrators to have full level of control over those devices. The same applies to Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) scenarios where organizations manufacture their own Android-based devices. This article will discuss how WSO2 Enterprise Mobility Manager (WSO2 EMM) handles this using its Android system service application.
In this talk, we will discuss different deployment patterns that can provide you with a suitable solution that lets you analyze relevant data in batch, real-time or interactively and predict future states. We will discuss how you can leverage and deploy WSO2 Data Analytics Server, WSO2 IoT Server, WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus and other WSO2 products in order to make better decisions for your organization’s success.