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Introducing WSO2 API Manager 4.0

Executive Summary

  • API-driven businesses have gained traction in the recent past.
  • As APIs gain popularity, the need for API management has increased exponentially.
  • As a leader in the API management industry, WSO2 API Manager now comes with features to facilitate modern business growth.
  • This article provides an overview of the latest version of the WSO2 API Manager.

Introduction

Streaming API Support with WSO2 API Manager

High level representation of a streaming API
Topics in an event broker
Message flow (WebSockets)
Message flow (SSE)
Subscription flow (WebHook)
Creator view of streaming APIs in publisher portal
Adding topics from publisher portal
 Business plans for streaming APIs
API view of a streaming API in developer portal
View topics/channels of a streaming API in developer portal
Event summary of streaming APIs (Analytics)
Error summary of streaming APIs (Analytics)
Response flow (WebHook)
Creator view of streaming APIs in publisher portal

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