This article discusses the challenges of first-generation stream processing solutions and further presents how WSO2 Stream Processor is implemented, the problems it solves, and why it should be your choice for real-time stream processing.
GDPR is a great challenge for any business organization that processes personal data of individuals living in the EU. Those who understand the GDPR regulations well and are early adopters have a much better chance of not just meeting the compliance date but also creating new opportunities and expanding their business horizon. This article outlines a 7-step plan on how to execute a GDPR compliance strategy for any business organization.
GDPR is a new set of legal regulations formalized in the European Union that will come into effect from May 2018. This regulation affects any organization which processes personal data of individuals who live in Europe and is required to be compliant. This article introduces GDPR and explores how it’s different from previous privacy directives. Furthermore, the basic building blocks of GDPR regulations including privacy principles supported in GDPR, individual rights, the data protection officer, and data protection impact analysis will be discussed.
This article introduces implementations to monitor logs and statistics of WSO2 Enterprise Integrator, using the Elastic Stack (previously ELK stack). In-depth explanations of a step-by-step guide to setting up the Elastic Stack (with and without enabling X-Pack and SSL), configuring it to read the EI logs, deploying a client program to collect and publish message flow statistics, and visualizing them in dashboards are also covered in this article.
When a system upgrade is performed it’s a common requirement to avoid any down time. Usually, to address this use case, system admins and DevOps follow blue-green, canary deployments to roll out updates. In this article, we will discuss how to blue-green canary releases in WSO2 API Manager deployment context.