WSO2 revolutionizes enterprise application development by providing comprehensive, data to screen open source products, that span the entire breadth of SOA, yet remain lean, simple to use and inexpensive.
The key advantage is all WSO2 products are built on a common foundation - WSO2 Carbon, a modular, reconfigurable, elastic, OSGi-based architecture. This creates a strong stable base for building large-scale enterprise applications, as well as integrating with legacy and existing applications.
Open & Infinitely Flexible
To completely protect from lock-in, all WSO2 products are 100% Open Source and based on Open Standards. Enterprises, ISVs and SaaS providers have the freedom and flexibility to respond to changing business requirements by migrating apps and data across on-premise and cloud infrastructures and from one cloud provider to another.
The platform interoperates with existing and new purchases of standards-based components, integrates with a wide variety of legacy and packaged apps, and enables easy access to databases and file systems. Developers can extend the platform, customize code and use any programming model they like.
Functions as “Eclipse for servers” and includes common capabilities shared by all WSO2 components, including a built-in registry, OSGi bundle, service and user management, transports, security, logging, clustering, caching and throttling services, and a GUI console.
Complete solution for publishing APIs, creating and managing a developer community and for scalably routing API traffic.
Brings together best of breed open source technologies for Web applications, Web services and mobile, to easily share business logic, data, and process across the entire IT ecosystem.
Designed to monitor SOA metrics as well as configurable to monitor key business indicators.
Enables easy deployment of business processes written using the WS-BPEL standard, and also serves as the business process management and hosting environment for your SOA.
Brings the agility of business rules to your SOA toolkit.
Enables service and data owners inside an enterprise to selectively publish services and data to the cloud with authentication, authorization, confidentiality, and integrity.
Identifies the most meaningful events within the event cloud, analyzes their impacts, and acts on them in real time.
Supports secure and managed data access across federated data stores, data service transactions, and data transformation and validation using a lightweight, developer friendly, agile development approach.
Provides fail-over, auto-scaling and multi-tenancy allowing services to scale automatically with dynamically changing load characteristics.
A comprehensive platform that helps solve mobile computing challenges involving corporate owned, personally enabled (COPE) devices and employee owned devices as part of a bring your own device (BYOD) program.
Takes a fresh look at old-style, centralized ESB architectures, giving you a feature rich and standards compliant ESB that is highly performant within a lean footprint.
Helps users easily and rapidly discover, subscribe, and make use of various enterprise assets such as APIs, mobile apps, Web apps, and services.
Provides the right level of structure out-of-the-box to support SOA Governance, configuration governance, development process governance, design and run-time governance, lifecycle management, and team collaboration.
Sophisticated security and identity management of enterprise Web applications, Web services, and APIs.
Utilizes the only open standard wire protocol enterprise messaging available today to facilitate messaging via client applications across various widely used programming languages.
Conveniently delivers multi-tenant structured and unstructured data storage to development projects.
A central server for registering and scheduling tasks, which can also be used to execute any Web task independently, or for interfacing tasks that have been already defined in other Carbon applications.
Helps to rapidly create visually appealing and engaging Web components such as dashboards, microsites, and gadgets.