WSO2 Advantage Webinar - Why the WSO2 ESB should be part of your SOA infrastructure - Tuesday, June 04, 2013

  • By Kushlani De Silva
  • 4 Jun, 2013

Facilitating interoperability among many heterogeneous software components in a service oriented architecture (SOA) creates the potential for high scalability, high performance and high throughput. To achieve this, many organizations use an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) in their SOA infrastructure.

Among many available ESBs in the market, the WSO2 ESB stands out as the best performing ESB. With the architectural advancement of it’s powerful mediation engine, the WSO2 ESB has gained the ability to facilitate billions of transactions per day. The event driven asynchronous behaviour of the design has given the WSO2 ESB the ability to process large loads of messages with very low latency.

In this webinar, we will explain why the WSO2 ESB is the best option as the backbone for any enterprise SOA infrastructure. Topics to be covered include overviews of

  • Mediation engine architecture.
  • New pass through transport for ultra fast mediation.
  • The flexibility of the WSO2 ESB with its componentized architecture.
  • How the WSO2 ESB can be deployed and used in the cloud.
Presenters
Ishan Jayawardena Software Engineer Ishan joined WSO2 in December 2011. He is a software engineer in the integration technologies team where he mainly focuses on the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus. In addition to his product development efforts he has also provided technology consulting on customer engagements, including customer QuickStart programs focused on Enterprise Application Integration projects.
Jeewantha Dharmaparakrama Software Engineer Jeewantha joined WSO2 as a Software Engineer and works on the ESB team. Prior to joining WSO2 Jeewantha worked as Software Engineer at DirectFN where he developed J2EE software solutions for DirectFN Market Data Backend.Jeewantha graduated from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of Moratuwa. He worked with WSO2 ESB for his final year project “ESBhive” at the university where he added distributed capabilities to “WSO2 ESB” to avoid single point of failure. Jeewantha is interested in Computer Algorithms, Concurrent Programming and Cloud Computing.
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