WSO2’s API Manager is one of the most used components from the WSO2 stack. The API store lets developers find and test APIs, the API publisher helps the organization to manage the API lifecycle and monitor the use and the API gateway manages traffic by controlling the number of calls and even helps to monetize and bill API usage.
Dutch startup, Quby, the European market leader in smart thermostats (with over 100,000 installations) wanted to open up their thermostats, in a controlled manner, to application developers so they can integrate them with other systems and applications. Earlier this year Quby organized a hackathon using the API manager for this purpose. This was a great success where developers were able to create new applications on the platform. Now they want to open up their APIs to the world.
This webinar, presented by Nuwan Dias from WSO2, Michiel Fokke from Quby and Rob Blaauboer from Yenlo, will discuss
- The new version of WSO2 API Manager
- Quby’s experiences during the hackathon
- Their plans of opening up to a larger audience of developers using WSO2 API Manager 1.9.0