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[Article] Introduction to Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0

What is SAML and how it works

Since SAML is an open standard, you do not face vendor locking when using it for SSO. Simply put, with SAML, a user can login to one system in an environment, and then will be able access to other systems in that environment without needing to login again (until the web browser session is ended).

[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.

Behind the scenes of the first connected cabin with Smile & WSO2

Coved, a French player in the collection, treatment and recovery of waste, has initiated a vast digital transformation project. Smile, a Preferred Partner of WSO2, has worked with the Coved group in a large-scale launch of a "connected cabin” project. It was built using Smile's extensive expertise ranging from embedded software to WSO2’s big data analytics and middleware platform. This webinar will take you through an overview of Coved’s connected cabin project, the reasoning behind selecting WSO2 for this project and the architecture and benefits of the solution.

[Screencast] Introduction to WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus Tooling

WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus' tooling component is a replacement for WSO2 Developer Studio that provides the capabilities of an eclipse based development environment. This screencast will introduce this capability and explore how you can develop, debug and deploy your services, features and artifacts as well as manage their dependencies through a simplified graphical editor.

WSO2 ESB tooling ensures reusability, maintainability and extensibility of WSO2 ESB artifacts.

[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] WSO2 Data Mapper: Message Transformation Revolutionized

This article will explain the key benefits of the data mapper functionality and discuss the capabilities of the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus data mapper mediator. It also includes several sample use cases that further illustrate the data mapper mediator’s extensibility for message transformation in any enterprise integration project.

[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.

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