<-SM-> WSO2 Product Release Webinar - What’s new in the WSO2 API Manager 1.3 - Tuesday, January 29, 2013

WSO2 Product Release Webinar - What’s new in the WSO2 API Manager 1.3 - Tuesday, January 29, 2013

  • By Kushlani De Silva
  • 29 Jan, 2013

In 2012 we introduced the WSO2 API Manager as the latest addition to the WSO2 Product platform. The WSO2 API Manager is the first and only open source API Management platform that can help an enterprise address all their business API needs.

The WSO2 API Manager combines the ability to extend data, processes and services out to customers, partners and other business units as APIs with the power to secure, protect and monitor API interactions. It allows developers to rapidly find, subscribe to, and evaluate APIs available in an enterprise.

Despite its short existence the WSO2 API Manager has already undergone several release versions, each bringing in better functionality and enhanced performance capabilities to the product.

The webinar will briefly review how WSO2 API Manager provides complete API lifecycle governance—from creating to publishing, deprecating and retiring APIs—and how the API Store creates an intuitive Apple App Store-like experience for developers accessing APIs. The session then will examine several new features in WSO2 API Manager 1.3, including:

  • Google Analytics integration.
  • Authentication by resource.
  • A built-in Try-IT tool for testing APIs.
  • Restrictive API visibility to manage public versus private APIs.
  • Application-level throttling.
  • Access token revoking functionality.
  • Fault statistics.
  • Enhanced self-registration.
Nuwan Dias Software Engineer Nuwan joined WSO2 in October 2011. He is a software engineer in the solutions technologies team where he mainly focuses on the WSO2 API Manager and WSO2 ESB. Nuwan has also participated in numerous WSO2 QuickStart development consulting engagements. Nuwan is an active contributor of the Apache Synapse and Apache Axis2 projects. Additionally he has also been a speaker at the International Research Conference of Management and Finance. He has also successfully published a research paper on “M-CARD - A Mobile Framework for Cashless Financial Transactions” as a part of his final year research project. Nuwan holds a B.Sc (First Class Hons) in Software Engineering from the Informatics Institute of Technology affiliated with the University of Westminster, UK – 2011