Managed File Transfer with WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus

  • By Mohamed Usama Mansoor
  • 5 Apr, 2016
On-Demand Webinar

WSO2 Partner Webinar: Managed File Transfer with WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus

Tuesday, April 05, 2016
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM (PDT)
Webinar Slides

Managed file transfer (MFT) is a key element in an enterprise service bus (ESB) environment. For one of Yenlo’s clients the functionality of the WSO2 Virtual File System (VFS - part of the WSO2 ESB) was extended in order to make it faster and have more functionality. A highly scalable and available MFT solution was created by building an environment with Azure (as the cloud platform of choice), Suse Enterprise Linux (as the operating system) and WSO2 ESB (for enhanced functionality that is available to the WSO2 community). This allowed them to create an MFT environment from scratch in a matter of minutes rather than days.

In this webinar we will explore how these changes, including skipping subdirectories and enhanced mediation while performing MFT, were made.

Presenters

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.

Chinmaya Tripathy Integration Consultant, Yenlo

Chinmaya Tripathy is an Integration Consultant with WSO2 knowledge stack along with 9 years of experiance in cross domain projects and technologies like Java, J2EE, WebServices, Spring, SOA Architecture, JS, AJAX, DOJO, GWT. He has a Master degree in Computer Application, followed by graduation of science as Mathematics as special course.

Senduran Balasubramaniyam Software Engineer, WSO2

Senduran is a Software Engineer at WSO2. Prior to joining WSO2, Senduran worked at hSenid Mobile Solutions as a Software Engineer. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.