Enterprise Use Case Webinar - Composite Enterprise Application Development with the WSO2 Developer Studio - Wednesday, February 06, 2013

  • By Kushlani De Silva
  • 6 Feb, 2013

An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a critical component of any SOA environment. It also plays a key role in ensuring the success of your SOA deployment. An issue that arises when using an ESB however is that there is no drag and drop tool to make the development process much simpler. This can lead to complexities in terms of usability and convenience.

The WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (WSO2 ESB) is a lightweight, high performance 100% open source ESB with a lean memory footprint. The WSO2 ESB is an integral part of the WSO2 Carbon Middleware suite and an important component used for many diverse Enterprise Application Integrations.

The widely anticipated graphical mediation flow composer for WSO2 ESB, was added to the latest release of the WSO2 Developer Studio 3. 0. This means you can now use WSO2 Developer Studio to create your mediation flows in a matter of minutes with a couple clicks, and drag and drop different components. The new graphical mediation flow supports almost all building blocks of the WSO2 ESB including Proxy Service, REST APIs, Sequences, Endpoints any many more.

Join Viraj Rajaguru and Melan Jayasinghe on part 3 of the 3-part webinar series, as they discuss all about the WSO2 Developer Studio Graphical Mediation Flow Composer for WSO2 ESB.

Viraj Rajaguru Software Engineer Viraj joined WSO2 in October 2011. He is a software engineer in the development technologies team where he mainly focuses on the development of the WSO2 Developer Studio. In addition to his contribution to developer studio he has also published a tutorial on “How to develop and deploy web applications using WSO2 Developer Studio” which is available in the WSO2 library.
Melan Nimesh Software Engineer Melan joined WSO2 in March 2011. He is a software engineer working on the development technologies team, who focuses on the WSO2 Developer Studio integrated development environment. Melan holds a Bachelor of Information Technology degree from the University of Colombo School of Computing, Sri Lanka