With nearly a dozen separate announcements that we’ll be making in the integration space, I’m really excited to be part of this. If you’re a developer, integrator or enterprise architect, or are just into the latest trends in APIs, enterprise architecture or microservices, then the conference is where you need to be. Here are some teasers about what is coming up...
Agile integration. Agile isn’t just for pure development projects anymore, integration is becoming agile and that is a major focus for the conference. We’ll be looking at agile integration from multiple angles: of course the tech will be key, but also people and processes are essential to agile. Transforming organizations into integration agile is front-and-center at this year’s WSO2Con.
Architecture and methodology are key. One of the major lessons we’ve learnt is that the architecture and methodology are key to successful integration. We’ve been working to capture those learnings in a reference architecture and reference methodology for agile integration, and we are really keen to see your feedback on them. As well as introducing our reference architecture, we are also going to be launching our maturity assessment methodology, which is designed to help any organization move towards more agile integration.
Desperately seeking serverless. What do you get when you combine integration agile technologies with Kubernetes and make it multi-cloud? You’ll have to come and find out about about our serverless strategy and solutions.
Microservices everywhere. The popularity and growth of microservices is challenging old approaches to integration. We have an amazing vision of how microservices architecture can enhance, accelerate, and re-energize enterprise integration. We will be unveiling this vision, addressing how integration fits into the microservices architecture.
Going global: new channels, offices, and partner programs. Partner outreach is demanding it, growth curves are predicting it, global reach is requiring it: yes, we’ll be announcing new global office locations. We’ll also have our first all-day partner conference where we’ll reveal an even better partner program for our global partner and global reseller community.
Integration simple and agile. At BallerinaCon (the day after WSO2Con) we’ll dive deep into the Ballerina language, the first cloud-native programming language aimed at targeting the integration gap. While companies have moved to agile, most integration is still on a fast waterfall approach. Integration products have been part of that challenge. But general purpose programming languages aren’t integration simple. We think we have an answer. Come and see what you think. And it’s #1 on TechWorld’s 2018 list.
Finally, some business stuff. We’ll be announcing a number of new pricing options, support model enhancements, and even better customer success and consulting offerings.
We can’t wait to see you in San Francisco.