WSO2 Cloud

Our Cloud solutions empower enterprises with the agility needed to support digital business initiatives and rapidly adapt to evolving market conditions. Run the same 100% open source WSO2 products on the cloud, where you can take advantage of self-provisioning to get up and running quickly, or easily scale up or down as required.

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API CLOUD

Host your APIs in the cloud, get your branded Developer Portal, enforce policies, get analytics.

INTEGRATION CLOUD

Host your integration projects, proxy services, and API backend implementations.

IDENTITY CLOUD

Give your employees single sign-on (SSO) from local directory to custom and 3rd-party SaaS applications.

The WSO2 Advantage

Services based on award-winning 100% open source WSO2 products

Low monthly subscription fees

Fully functional free trials

Automated scaling

Financially backed SLA

Full ticket support even on the lowest subscription tiers and during trials

Looking for dedicated hosting instead?

With WSO2 Managed Cloud, we host and run any combination of WSO2 products in a completely dedicated deployment set up and managed just for you. This gives the full power of the WSO2 platform, enables you to go to market faster, and have the peace of mind that all your needs are taken of by our cloud experts.

Latest Blog Posts

APIs to control your API Management

November 21, 2017

In WSO2 API Cloud, everything you do through the web user interface can also be done programmatically via APIs. Detailed API reference can be found in the API Cloud’s Product APIs documentation. Today I will show you just a quick example on how you can use Publisher’s RESTful APIs to get a list of APIs ...

Put your SOAP to REST

November 9, 2017

API management is about selectively, securely, and conveniently exposing internal functionality to the outside world. Quite often external consumption model and internal representation of APIs do not match and this is when API gateways shine efficiently translating one representation into the other on the fly. Exposing SOAP web-services of internal enterprise systems as lightweight external ...

How to Recover Your Production Deployment from a Last Minute Mistake

October 25, 2017

You projects that are running in WSO2 Integration Cloud can have multiple versions. You can select which of the versions own the default URL and work on the versions in parallel. This means that your version 1.0 may be retired, 2.0 may be in production, 3.0 may be going through QA, and 4.0 may be ...

SLA & Support

This WSO2 Cloud Service Level Agreement (SLA) is a policy governing the use of WSO2 Cloud Services in accordance with the Terms of Use.

WSO2 will use commercially reasonable efforts to keep WSO2 Cloud Service operational and available to the Subscriber with a Monthly Uptime Percentage (defined below) of at least 99.9%. In the event WSO2 does not meet the Monthly Uptime Percentage commitment, Subscriber will be eligible to receive a Service Credit as described below.

  • Hosted Software - the software and APIs being hosted as part of the WSO2 Cloud Service.
  • Minute of Unavailability - a full minute in which all requests to the Hosted Software failed.
  • Monthly Charges - monthly prorated WSO2 Cloud Service charges pursuant to the pricing plan selected when subscribing to the WSO2 Cloud Service.
  • Monthly Uptime Percentage - 100% minus the percentage of minutes during the calendar month in which the Hosted Software was not available.
  • Scheduled Maintenance - those times where WSO2 notifies the Subscriber of periods of expected WSO2 Cloud Service disruptions at least 5 days prior to the commencement of such service disruption, subject to a maximum of 5 hours in any month of a Monthly Uptime Percentage measurement period.
  • Service Credit - a dollar credit, calculated as set forth below, that WSO2 may apply to the Subscriber.
  • Subscriber - those individuals and entities that have signed up for WSO2 Cloud service and thus accepted the Terms of Use of WSO2 Cloud Service.
  • Terms of Use - the Terms of Use agreement that you are automatically accepting when signing up for WSO2 Cloud Service.

Subscriber is eligible for credits when the Monthly Uptime Percentage drops below 99.9%

  • From 99.0% to 99.9%: 10% of Monthly Charges
  • From 95.0% to 99.0%: 30% of Monthly Charges
  • From 90.0% up to 95.0%: 50% of Monthly Charges
  • From 0% up to 90.0%: 100% of Monthly Charges

WSO2 shall apply the Service Credits against the Monthly Charges otherwise due from Subscriber. Service Credits shall not entitle you to any refund or other payment from WSO2. Service Credits may not be transferred or applied to any other account. Unless otherwise provided in the Agreement, Subscriber's sole and exclusive remedy for any unavailability or non-performance of the WSO2 Cloud Service or other failure by WSO2 to provide the WSO2 Cloud Service.

WSO2 will proactively monitor and include any entitlement by Subscriber for Service Credits in each monthly statement and shall apply any approved Service Credits to the next monthly billing cycle. Subscriber may dispute the credit entitlement within 15 days of receiving the monthly statement, by submitting anonymized logs showing the time and date of additional outages. WSO2 shall apply or reject the claim within 15 days of claim receipt.

The Service Commitment does not apply to any unavailability, suspension or termination of WSO2 Cloud Service, or any other WSO2 Cloud Service performance issues:

  • that result from a suspension by WSO2 in accordance with the Terms of Use
  • that result from access to a Service in violation of the Terms of Use and selected subscription level
  • that result from quotas limiting the WSO2 Cloud Service in accordance with the Terms of Use or Subscriber’s subscription tier
  • that occur during periods of Scheduled Maintenance
  • that result solely from errors or excessive latency of Subscriber or third-party applications or systems not within the reasonable control of WSO2
  • that result solely from Subscriber’s or third party hardware, software, or services (for example, third-party services deployed or integrated with the Hosted Software installation) not within the reasonable control of WSO2
  • that are caused by factors outside of WSO2’s reasonable control, including AWS outages, or any Force Majeure Event
  • that result solely from errors in Subscriber’s code and configuration deployed within WSO2 Cloud Service at Subscriber’s request
  • that result from Subscriber’s use of the WSO2 Cloud Service after WSO2 advised Subscriber to modify its use of that service without adversely affecting Subscriber or any end user, if Subscriber did not modify its use as advised
  • during previews such as technical previews or betas, not in commercial operation, as reasonably determined by WSO2
  • that are solely attributable to the acts or omissions of Subscriber or Subscriber’s employees, agents, contractors, or vendors, or anyone gaining access to WSO2 Cloud Service by means of Subscriber’s passwords or equipment, in breach of the Terms of Use.

WSO2 shall apply the Service Credits against the Monthly Charges otherwise due from Subscriber. Service Credits shall not entitle you to any refund or other payment from WSO2. Service Credits may not be transferred or applied to any other account. Unless otherwise provided in the Agreement, Subscriber's sole and exclusive remedy for any unavailability or non-performance of the WSO2 Cloud Service or other failure by WSO2 to provide the WSO2 Cloud Service.

WSO2 may make changes to this SLA from time to time. WSO2 will make a new copy of the SLA available. Upon posting, these changes will become effective for new accounts. For pre-existing accounts, the changes will become effective upon written agreement by the Subscriber, or automatically 30 days after posting, or upon the first anniversary of Subscriber’s account creation, whichever is later.