[Article] WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java the Spring Way - Part 2

WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java (MSF4J) now fully supports the Spring framework. The first part of this two-part series discussed the basic concepts related to the MSF4J Spring module. This part will explain how you can build a complete service based on the concepts discussed in the first part; it will discuss some advanced topics like working with the ORM technologies such as Hibernate and JPA.

[Article] WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java the Spring Way - Part 1

WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java (MSF4J) now fully supports the Spring framework. This article, the first in a two-part series, will discuss basic features of the MSF4J Spring module such as developing Spring-based MSF4J services and extensions and injecting environment specific values into the MSF4J runtime based on the Spring features. The second part will introduce advanced topics like how to work with ORM technologies such as Hibernate and JPA.

[Article] How Monetization Works in the API Cloud

APIs typically help a business to grow by sharing services with external users. This article will provide an overview of how APIs can unlock value to these shared data and services by becoming a stream of revenue through API monetization. It will specifically explain how API monetization is handled by the API Cloud in a hassle-free manner.

[WSO2Con EU 2016] Transform Your Enterprise IT: Integrate and Automate!

In this session, Shevan will explain how such enterprise IT applications can be integrated with each other to streamline day-to-day business activities and how the WSO2 platform can help in accomplishing this. He will also discuss how WSO2 is eating its own dog food to improve efficiency in operations and integration across business functions and teams.

[WSO2Con EU 2016] Building Enterprise Apps Using WSO2 Platform

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.

[WSO2Con Asia 2016] Building Apps Using WSO2 App Dev Platform

In this session Dimuthu Leelarathne, a director at WSO2, will explain how the WSO2 App Dev platform can help you to build an application that is scalable, highly available, secure and within budget while cutting down time to market.

[Blog Post] Asynchronous Messaging for Microservices

When it comes to interactions between microservices, asynchronous messaging is a widely used pattern. AMQP, STOMP & MQTT are some of the widely supported messaging protocols. In this blog post, Azeez will explain an example that demonstrates AMQP-based messaging in practice using WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java (MSF4J).

[WSO2Con Asia 2016] Creating Microservices with WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java

This slide deck will introduce the Java framework for microservices development, MSF4J (Microservices Framework for Java). It explains how WSO2 MSF4J provides the necessary framework and tooling for building an MSA solution. It also focuses on some core features of WSO2 MSF4J including the programming model, tooling and analytics.

[Blog Post] Microservices in Modern Enterprise Architecture

As microservice architecture (MSA) is getting a lot traction, most stakeholders of enterprise IT are wondering how it affects other architectural paradigms, such as enterprise integration and API management. In this blog post, Kasun will provide an insight into how a modern enterprise architecture would look like once a microservice architecture has been introduced to it.