In any distributed enterprise an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) plays a key role in integrating heterogeneous environments.The WSO2 ESB provides seamless integration, along with high performance and reliability, that has been instrumental in helping customers such as eBay, and 2Degrees Mobile to significantly improve business performance.
The latest release of WSO2 ESB - version 4.8.0 comes with several new features and enhancements with emphasis on connectors. A connector is a ready made and convenient tool to reach publicly available Web API’s such as SalesForce, Google Documents, Twilio, Twitter and more. These connectors allow for a quick and easy integration of different APIs to meet business needs.
This product release webinar will discuss
- ESB Connectors.
- The latest improvements of Message store and processors such as security support, REST support, single message store with multiple message processor support.
- Service Orchestration made easy with Call mediator· Other new mediators : Loopback and Respond mediator.
- Comprehensive JSON support - natural JSON without intermediary message build, CBR with JSON Path expressions for Property, Switch and Filter mediators, high performance JSON-XML transformations, Enhancement to Payload Factory on JSON transformations.
- Enhanced and stabilized high performance Stream XPath.
- VFS transport which provides new throttling parameters: FileProcessCount, FileProcessInterval.
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.
Shafreen joined WSO2 in February 2013. He is a software engineer in the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus team. In addition to his product development efforts Shafreen has published a research paper titled “BribeWire: Assuring trustworthiness of bribery complaints” which was presented at the 6th IEEE international conference in 2011. He holds a first class BSc.(Hons) Degree in Information Technology (First Class) from the SLIIT as well as a degree in Information Technology from Curtin University, Australia