An enterprise service bus is a critical component of any SOA environment. The WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (WSO2 ESB) is a proven lightweight, high performance, open source ESB supporting many Enterprise Integration Patterns.
The latest release of the WSO2 ESB - version 4.7, introduces several new features along with many bug fixes.
In this webinar find out how
- Integration of RESTful backend services are made easy with the introduction of the new HTTP Endpoint and JSON Payload factory mediator.
- The improved Message Store/Processor implementation has boosted message processing throughput and overall performance.
- New security features including the introduction of SSL Tunneling gives the WSO2 ESB full capability of proxying SSL connections and OCSP/CRL for the HTTP transports allowing the WSO2 ESB to validate SSL Certificates via Certificate Authorities.
Kasun IndrasiriSoftware Architect
Kasun Indrasiri joined WSO2 in December 2009. He is a software architect and member of the integration technologies management committee, who focuses on the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). In addition to his product development efforts, Kasun has provided technology consulting on customer engagements, helping to successfully implement solutions for integrating Web services, SAP, FIX, and mobile services.
Ravi UnduptiyaSoftware Engineer
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.