Customizing Workflows in WSO2 API Manager - Wednesday, October 22, 2014

  • By wso2 wso2
  • 22 Oct, 2014

APIs have become the most effective way of exposing your business functionalities to the outside world. Governing APIs is an essential part of any business that deals with APIs. WSO2's API management platform offers the capability of integrating your API management infrastructure with powerful business processes that even involve human interactions. It provides the capability of crafting the API management platform to blend into your day-to-day business practices. WSO2 API Manager, integrated with WSO2 Business Process Server (WSO2 BPS), provides a complete and flexible environment for integrating business workflows for your APIs.

In this webinar, Lakmali Baminiwatta and Vijayaratha Vijayasingam, senior software engineers at WSO2 will focus on

  • Understanding business processes to cater to organizational requirements
  • Workflow integration capabilities of WSO2 API Manager
  • Customizing existing workflows and extending their functionality
  • Business workflow support for a multi-tenant environment
Presenters
Lakmali Baminiwatta Senior Software Engineer, WSO2 Lakamali joined WSO2 in September 2011. She is a senior software engineer in the WSO2 API Manager team where she mainly focuses on the development of the product. In addition to her product development efforts she has provided development support and technology consulting on customer engagements, including customer QuickStart programs focused on SOA integration.
Vijayaratha Vijayasingam Senior Software Engineer, WSO2 Ratha is a software engineer who focuses on the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus. Ratha has participated in numerous WSO2 QuickStart development consulting engagements, specializing in EAI patterns integration. Ratha is an active contributor of the Apache Synapse project. For her final year project at the University of Peraeniya, she developed an Instruction set scheduler' for ARM processors and submitted a paper at the IET YMS 2008 conference. Ratha holds a BSc in Engineering from the Department of Computer Engineering, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. She is currently focusing on completing her MSc at the University of Colombo.
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