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[WSO2Con USA 2017] Journey of Migration from Legacy ESB to Modern WSO2 ESB Platform

  • By WSO2 Team
  • 12 Mar, 2017

The middleware market has been constantly growing to address various technology challenges and business demands. The current demand of digital transformation requires advanced middleware capabilities (such as high performance enterprise service buses [ESBs] and API gateways). However, the legacy integration approach doesn't provide features required to fulfill these digital needs. At the same time, integration modernization has its own challenge of retiring the existing solution without impacting the business operations. This session will tell the story of successful middleware modernization with the help of WSO2 ESB platform.

The take-away of this session would be on common challenges, strategy, processes, architecture frameworks, lessons learned and final achievements.

Presenters

Michael Enos, Senior Director, TechSoup Global

Manoj is a senior technology leader successful in building high performing teams and leading complex software/web development projects. He currently leads the software development of SaaS and engineering tools at Nutanix. He’s responsible for highly scalable full stack development using Node.js, Sails.js, Express.js, Backbone.js and Angular.js. The domains involved include mobile development, RESTful APIs for software upgrades, portal, analytics, Heroku PaaS, Heroku Connect, and identity & access management.

Ratnavel Sundaramurthi, Integration Architect, Aspire Systems

Ratnavel is an Integration Architect in the fields of SOA, enterprise integration solutions, enterprise and solution architecture, with over ten years of experience in the information technology field. He has proven success as a strategic/architectural consultant experienced in managing, delivering, and deploying small, medium as well as large-scale initiatives. His specialties include SOA, web services, integration, business process management, business activity monitoring, enterprise architecture and solution and technical architecture.