WSO2 Guest Webinar: Deploying WSO2 API Manager in your Organization - Tuesday, November 18, 2014

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  • 18 Nov, 2014

This webinar takes a deep dive into the various aspects of WSO2 API Manager that meet the requirements of an API management solution in an organization, main functionalities of the API Manager like creating a store of all available APIs, support for the life cycle of an API, monitoring the API usage and performance, and more.

Nuwan from WSO2 will demonstrate how to install WSO2 API Manager and how to give it a test run while Yenlo’s Rob will discuss his views on the advantages of API Manager and his experiences with the product. The session will cover the following areas:

  • What WSO2 components are needed in larger deployments that use the WSO2 API Manager
  • The scalability of WSO2 API manager in terms of load balancing and adding gateways
  • Support for billing engines in WSO2 API Manager
  • Internal and external API Support
Rob Blaauboer Senior Business Consultant and Solution Architect, Yenlo Rob is a Senior Business Consultant and Solution Architect with more than twenty years experience. In addition to his work he is an active blogger working on a number of articles on the 'Internet of Things' and a WSO2 'Getting Started with ...' series in which he talks about WSO2 components and their purpose especially aimed at non technical readers.
Nuwan Dias Associate Technical Lead, WSO2 Nuwan joined WSO2 in October 2011. He is an associate technical lead in the solutions technologies team where he mainly focuses on the WSO2 API Manager and WSO2 ESB. Nuwan has also participated in numerous WSO2 QuickStart development consulting engagements. Nuwan is an active contributor of the Apache Synapse and Apache Axis2 projects. Additionally he has also been a speaker at the International Research Conference of Management and Finance. He has also successfully published a research paper on “M-CARD - A Mobile Framework for Cashless Financial Transactions” as a part of his final year research project.