Workshop

Design Principles for Architecting a Cloud Native API Platform

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Nashville, Tennessee

Tuesday, November 12 | 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Venue - JW Marriott Nashville, 201 8th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203, USA

Agile and cloud-native platforms are becoming the key technology for large scale digital innovation. Successful organizations are moving towards collaborative business models involving different types of users and ecosystem partners. A successful platform should be able to adapt and evolve with internal organizational innovation as well as enabling new business models with external partners and systems. APIs are a key component of any agile platform that allows collaborative and shared development.

We will look at how a cohesive set of agile open source components enable architects and developers to build a platform that will evolve with rapid business requirements.

In this workshop, We will discuss the deployment of services on cloud-native tools at scale, security considerations and integration patterns for services.

Who should attend

Enterprise, Product and Solution Architects, Full Stack Developers

What you will learn,

  • Decentralized cloud native API platform
  • Utilizing the platform to engage stakeholders - Marketplace capabilities of APIM
  • API led integration using integration micro services
  • API security and beyond

  • Join us for this half-day workshop starting at 8:30 am with breakfast and ends at 1:00 pm with lunch. Hands-on participation is optional, so please bring your laptop if you want to participate.


    Presented by:

    Nirmal Fernando
    Senior Lead - Solutions Engineer,
    WSO2
    Nirmal is a Senior Lead Solutions Engineer at WSO2 who helps organizations solve their business problems using the WSO2 middleware stack. He has presented in several workshops and meetups organized by WSO2. His areas of interest include data science, machine learning, cloud computing, microservices, and API management. He has contributed, to the Ballerina programming languageā€™s testing and documentation framework, and has led the design and development of WSO2 Stream Processor 4.0, WSO2 Machine Learner, the evolutionary PaaS framework, and Apache Stratos where he was a PMC member and a committer. Over the years, Nirmal has been actively involved in open source projects like Apache Tuscany, Apache JClouds, Apache Synapse, and Kubernetes (in its initial days). He has also participated in Google Summer of Code twice and he is a graduate from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.