Extensible API Management with WSO2 API Manager - Wednesday, November 19, 2014

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  • 19 Nov, 2014

APIs are no longer simple interaction interfaces. An extensible API opens ventures for growth, scalability, innovation, and productivity to your enterprise application development. Enterprises today are forced to open up their business processes and services to an increasing number of partners and other connected devices, and APIs are the way forward in moving towards this goal.

As enterprises extend their reach to newer partners and devices, the need to extend API platforms and services will arise. The WSO2 application platform enables teams to focus on functional requirements and transparently inherit application scalability, availability, and reliability from the underlying platform.

In this session, Amila De Silva, senior software engineer and Abimaran Kugathasan, software engineer at WSO2 will talk about how an extensible API management platform can benefit an organization in offering business APIs to service consumers. Join this webinar to learn about

  • Customizing the look and feel of the API portal
  • Message mediation extensions
  • Extensible workflow integrations
  • Security extensions and customizations
  • Extending the API handler chain
  • Real-world use cases
Amila De Silva Senior Software Engineer, WSO2 Amila joined WSO2 in September 2012. He is a senior software engineer in the WSO2 API Manager team. In addition to his product development efforts he has provided development support and technology consulting on customer engagements, including customer QuickStart programs.
Abimaran Kugathasan Software Engineer, WSO2 Abimaran in a Software Engineer at WSO2. Prior to joining WSO2, Abimaran worked at hSenid Mobile Solutions as a Software Engineer where he played a key role in hSenid's Service Delivery Platform and some other products. He holds a bachelor's degree in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering from University of Peradeniya and he is a Oracle Certified Java Developer and Oracle Certified Web Component Developer.