The lightweight RESTful Web service architectural style is widely adopted today due to its simplicity. RESTful designs deal with resources, states and the transfer of representational state between systems. This has enabled the new API concept as a powerful feature, allowing developers to define REST APIs in the ESB without writing any additional code.
Exposing your enterprise applications as RESTful APIs and then managing these APIs however bring in new challenges.
- What is the proper mechanism to secure a REST service?.
- How can thousands of APIs be managed effectively? .
- can you effectively cater to the data consumption needs of today?.
- How can you seamlessly integrate existing Web services following a RESTful style?.
The answer to the above is the WSO2 ESB which helps you handle all these challenges with minimum effort. In this session you will learn about
- RESTful services and its architecture.
- A sample RESTful integration using WSO2 ESB.
- REST to SOAP.
- SOAP to REST.
- REST APIs.
- Designing URL patterns for REST API support in ESB.
In addition, this webinar will give a brief introduction to API management and OAuth security via the WSO2 Identity Server.
Ravi joined WSO2 in December 2012. He is a software engineer in the integration technology team where he mainly focuses on the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus.Prior to joining WSO2 he interned at the Intelligent Agents and Multimedia Research Group at the University of Southampton where he worked on a smart grid project which was aimed at helping people make smarter decisions when consuming energy. Additionally he also dived into the world of Natural Language Processing and carried out an evaluation of several text classification algorithms.
Senior Software Engineer
Dushan Abeyruwan joined WSO2 in November 2011. He is a senior software engineer on the integration technologies team, focusing on WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). In addition to his WSO2 product development efforts, Dushan contributes to the Apache Synapse open source ESB project.