Scalable Deployment Patterns in API Manager - Wednesday, November 12, 2014

  • By wso2 wso2
  • 12 Nov, 2014

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It is important to design an enterprise's server deployment infrastructure based on the business information gathered and design requirements. Users need to understand the limitations and identify areas of performance degradation to ensure that they design a deployment model that can perform well, regardless of the load.

WSO2 API Manager provides a scalable and flexible deployment option with complete control over infrastructure and management of APIs. It overcomes the challenges of building cost-effective, future-proof infrastructure that satisfies users and the organization's budget.

WSO2 API Manager's functional component architecture supports effective deployment of a distributed setup. The choice of deployment option comes down to specific scalable requirements and cost. In this webinar, Sanjeewa Malalgoda and Uvindra Dias Jayasinha, senior software engineers at WSO2 will take you through

  • Single-server deployment
  • Cluster (with load balancer) deployment
  • Cloud deployment
  • Production deployment models
  • Fine-tuning and best practices
  • Solving common problems encountered with deployment patterns
Sanjeewa Malalgoda Senior Software Engineer, WSO2 Sanjeewa joined WSO2 in September 2010. He is senior software engineer, focusing on WSO2 API Manager. 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.
Uvindra Jayasinha Senior Software Engineer, WSO2 Uvindra joined WSO2 in November 2013. He is a Senior Software Engineer in the WSO2 API Manager Team. He holds a BSc in Information Systems from the Informatics Institute of Technology, Sri lanka.