WSO2 to Present Webinar Series on Applying Integration Best Practices Using WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus 5.0 On-Premises and in the Cloud

Three technical webinars will examine the use of WSO2 ESB 5.0 for ensuring high-performance message flows and developing artifacts, plus preview hosting of WSO2 ESB projects in WSO2 Integration Cloud

Mountain View, CA – September 27, 2016 – Interacting with customers, partners, employees and suppliers is key to any modern day connected business. However, connecting their applications, which run on a range of enterprise systems, the cloud, web, mobile devices, and Internet of Things (IoT), significantly increases integration complexity and challenges performance. WSO2 will present three webinars on how IT professionals can use WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (WSO2 ESB) 5.0 to address these demands.

Collectively, the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus webinar series will examine how to use tracing and debugging to ensure high-performance message flows, develop artifacts in WSO2 ESB that can be deployed on-premises or in the cloud, and host WSO2 ESB projects in the soon-to-be launched WSO2 Integration Cloud. The series will run October 4 – October 18, 2016. To learn more, visit:

October 4 – Message Tracing and Debugging in WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus

Tracing and debugging help to ensure robust high-performance applications in enterprise integration solutions. Debugging allows developers to traverse message flows during runtime, and tracing helps track issues after the process finishes. These two functions combined enable developers to identify and fix integration issues at the root of the cause. WSO2 ESB now offers these key features in version 5.0. This webinar will:

  • Examine how WSO2 ESB’s runtime, tooling and analytics are integrated to enable debugging and tracing.
  • Explore use cases on developing sample artifacts.
  • Demonstrate the capabilities of the debugger.
  • Explain the capabilities of tracing.
  • Discuss how to perform tracing information collections.

Jointly presenting will be Rajith Vitharana, a senior software engineer at WSO2, and Nuwan Pallewala, a software engineer at WSO2. The session will be held on Tuesday, October 4, from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. PDT. For more information, visit

October 11 – Enhanced Developer Experience with WSO2 ESB Tooling

WSO2 ESB is now composed of three main components: the server/runtime, tooling for artifact creation and deployment on a runtime, and analytics to monitor the runtime. The previously used tooling platform, WSO2 Developer Studio, is now shipped with WSO2 ESB tooling for developing deployable artifacts through a set of new and enhanced features. This webinar on the tooling component will:

  • Examine how tooling fits into the WSO2 ESB developer story.
  • Demonstrate how to use tooling to develop and deploy artifacts.
  • Explore the capabilities of WSO2 DataMapper.
  • Explain how tooling makes development easier and quicker.
  • Discuss new tooling features in WSO2 ESB.

Jointly presenting will be Viraj Rajaguru, an associate technical lead at WSO2, and Nadeeshan Gunasinghe, a software engineer at WSO2. The session will be held Tuesday, October 11, from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. PDT. To learn more, visit

October 18 – Managing Integrations with WSO2 Integration Cloud

The soon-to-be-launched WSO2 Integration Cloud will offer a publicly hosted cloud environment that allows enterprise integration projects developed for WSO2 ESB to be hosted on the cloud. The webinar will preview how it manages integration scenarios running in the cloud on behalf of the enterprise, removing the need for users to worry about maintaining server infrastructure so they can focus on the business logic. The session will discuss how developers also will be able to develop offline and upload to WSO2 Integration Cloud later by leveraging WSO2 ESB’s tooling component. Additionally, the webinar will:

  • Introduce WSO2 Integration Cloud and its capabilities.
  • Explain how it can be used to manage integrations easily.
  • Demonstrate how to develop and deploy artifacts.
  • Explore how to analyze and monitor services with WSO2 ESB’s analytics component.
  • Discuss use cases on building a connected business with WSO2 Integration Cloud.

Jointly presenting will be Jagath Ariyarathne, a technical lead at WSO2, and Amalka Subasinghe, a senior software engineer at WSO2. This webinar will be held Tuesday, October 18, from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. PDT.

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