SOA Pattern: Legacy Wrapper - Tuesday, October 21, 2014

  • By Mohamed Usama Mansoor
  • 21 Oct, 2014
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IT eco systems in many modern day organizations are a collection of heterogeneous systems. This mix of systems sometimes comprise of legacy systems that are highly customized for a specific scenario and is too complex and expensive to completely replace.

Many organizations are faced with the issue of not been able to expose large amounts of data and having stringent security requirements when integrating with other systems. Although having the best-of-breed products are beneficial to business, if they cannot be seamlessly integrated, their usage becomes limited. This is where tools from WSO2 can help to create legacy wrappers for integrating legacy systems to the rest of the application eco system to provide necessary data in the right format and with right security constraints. This webinar will look at

  • Common and popular tools from the WSO2 toolset for providing a legacy wrapper, WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus and WSO2 Data Services Server
  • A simple demonstration on how quickly such a legacy wrapper can be implemented using these tools
Presenters
Chintana Wilamuna Architect - Solutions Architecture, WSO2 Chintana Wilamuna joined WSO2 in November 2006. He is an Architect in the solution architecture team, focusing on infrastructure development. He also started the WSO2 Web Services Frameworks for Ruby and Perl. In addition to his product development efforts, Chintana has provided technology consulting on customer engagements, including architectural guidance, integration of Web services, print process automation, and online management solutions.
Nadeesha Gamage Senior Software Engineer, WSO2 Nadeesha joined WSO2 as a technical sales engineer in the solutions architecture team. He has over 5 years experience in the IT industry in areas such as image processing and enterprise content management. Nadeesha hold a B.Sc in Computer Science and Management Studies from The University of Nottingham.
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