Managing your business APIs using WSO2 API Manager - Tuesday, September 24, 2013

  • By Kushlani De Silva
  • 24 Sep, 2013

In today's enterprises, 90% of business transactions are carried out through APIs. These APIs provide an abstract layer to an organization’s specific operations to be consumed by the client applications. Allowing third-party clients to access the internal system always comes with risks, such as user permissions, sharing, and data integrity.

A good API business model will ensure that users consume the API securely and pay only for what they use. Most service platforms are not ready-made to possess this functionality to cater to these demands and has, therefore, become a major challenge faced by API platform providers. In this webinar, we will talk about how WSO2 API Manager can meet most of these challenges and provide secure access and managing capabilities for APIs.

This webinar will discuss

  • Transforming web services, data feed, and external APIs into business APIs.
  • Managing, monitoring the APIs on various aspects.
  • How to secure, scale, and control business APIs.
  • Analyzing and identifying business patterns>
Vijayasingham Vijayaratha Senior Software Engineer Ratha joined WSO2 in June 2008 and is is a senior software engineer working on WSO2 App Factory Team. She has contributed to the development of WSO2 BAM and WSO2 ESB . Ratha has participated in numerous WSO2 QuickStart development consulting engagements, specializing in EAI patterns integration. She is an active contributor of the Apache Synapse project. and is a graduate from the Department of Computer Engineering of the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.
Sanjeewa Malalgoda Senior Software Engineer Sanjeewa joined WSO2 in September 2010. He is senior software engineer, focusing on WSO2 API Manager. Sanjeewa is a member of the solutions technologies team. He is core contributor for tenant aware load balancer, stratos and specializes in usage data metering and throttling in cloud environments.Sanjeewa also has provided technology consulting on customer engagements, including customer QuickStart programs. He also has presented at WSO2Con 2012 and has conducted WSO2 technical workshops on API Management. In addition to his product development efforts Sanjeewa is a member of the Blackberry Developers Community, associate member of the Institute of Engineers, Sri Lanka and a member of the International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology. He is also a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).