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WSO2 Identity Server supports SAML authentication and single sign-on capabilities where it can be used as the identity provider for a relying party application (service provider). This blog post will focus on how you can retrieve user claims in SAML response with service provider claim configuration in WSO2 IS.

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Six Business Benefits of API Management

APIs are the key foundation of digital transformation that allows you to expose your business functionality in order to unlock the true value of your digital assets, create business agility and promote innovation and collaboration.

According to Forrester’s Global Business Technographics® Developer Survey, 20161 48% of enterprises are currently using APIs internally and 15% are planning to by mid-2017. Not far behind, 40% are using APIs externally and 17% are planning to within the next 12 months.

[WSO2Con EU 2016] Understanding the WSO2 API Management Platform

This session, depicts the key challenges of deploying an API management solution and how WSO2’s API Management platform can address them by supporting API provisioning, security and analytics. Also described, is the, various deployment options & key deployment patterns one can adopt.

[Article] An Overview of Scope Management with WSO2 API Manager

Security of an API is a key aspect in API management solutions. In today’s API management arena, OAuth 2.0 is the most widely used security mechanism. WSO2 API Manager is a complete, free and open source API management solution that enables its users to expose APIs to the community in a secured manner. This article describes how OAuth 2.0 scopes are used in WSO2 API Manager to implement fine-grained access control to APIs.

[Screencast] Defining Custom Throttling Policies in WSO2 API Manager

This screencast will demonstrate through use cases how to define custom throttling policies in WSO2 API Manager.

[Screencast] New Graphs and Charts Related to API Analytics in WSO2 API Manager

API analytics play a key role in the operation of APIs. This screencast will explore the new graphs and charts in WSO2 API Manager for enhanced API analytics.

[Screencast] Defining Advanced Throttling Policies in WSO2 API Manager

This screencast will demonstrate through use cases the advanced throttling policies that were introduced with WSO2 API Manager 2.0.

[Screencast] The All New WSO2 API Manager API Store User Experience

This screencast will walk you through the new and improved user experience of the API Store in WSO2 API Manager 2.0.

[Article] Scalable Traffic Manager Deployment Patterns for WSO2 API Manager - Part 2

WSO2 API Manager is used to manage, govern and monitor APIs. This is the second part of an article that describes how to configure data receivers and data publishers in commonly used patterns that provide scalability in how API traffic is handled by the system. You can read the first part here.

[Article] Scalable Traffic Manager Deployment Patterns for WSO2 API Manager - Part 1

WSO2 API Manager is used to manage, govern and monitor APIs. Within any deployment, Traffic Managers handle throttle policy decisions. This article is the first part of a two-part series that describes how to configure Traffic Managers in commonly used patterns that provide scalability in how API traffic is handled by the system. You can read the second part here.

[Article] The Benefits of Exposing Microservices in WSO2 API Manager

Today, microservice architecture (MSA) has become an important aspect for enterprises looking to make their businesses leaner and agiler. This article will explain how WSO2 API Manager can be leveraged to expose microservices and the benefits of adopting that strategy.

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