While traditional SOA and integration platforms have proven tremendously successful over the years, they provide little support for collaboration—whether internally among teams or externally with partners and customers. Hundreds of APIs within an organization may provide a mechanism for extending data, processes and services to others. However, too often, there is little or no insight into:
Join Sumedha Rubasinghe as he introduces the WSO2 API Manager, reviews its key components, and explains how it can help organizations address all of their business API needs. Sumedha will discuss how WSO2 API Manager combines the ability to extend data, processes and services out to customers, partners and other business units via APIs with the power to secure, protect and monitor API resource interactions. He also will review how it allows developers to rapidly find, subscribe to, and evaluate APIs available in an enterprise.
Hiranya Jayathilaka will provide a demonstration of WSO2 API Manager supports real-world use cases, and he will explain how WSO2 API Manager is built on proven, production-ready, components from the WSO2 integration, security, and governance offerings being implemented by Global 1000 companies today. Sumedha will then wrap up the session by discussing the roadmap for the API Manager and what to expect in the form of future developments.Presenter
Sumedha Rubasinghe is a software architect and chair of the data technologies management committee. He focuses on development of the WSO2 Carbon Core, WSO2 Data Services, WSO2 Governance Registry, WSO2 Business Activity Monitor, and WSO2 API Manager. Sumedha also has contributed to the successful implementation of data, SAP and repository-based integration projects, as well many WSO2 QuickStart development consulting engagements.
Hiranya Jayathilaka, WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus product lead, is an expert in HTTP and spearheads the work on supporting REST APIs within WSO2 ESB and the WSO2 Carbon enterprise middleware platform. Hiranya is a long-time committer on the Apache Synapse and Apache Xerces2/J projects; author of the FIX transport for Apache Synapse; and a contributor to several other open source projects, including Apache Derby and Apache Web Services. He is also a pioneering member of the project MOINC, which is focused at leveraging grid computing and volunteer computing principles to implement highly scalable Web services clusters.