How to Create Observable Integration Solutions Using WSO2 Enterprise Integrator

  • By WSO2 Team
  • 2 Oct, 2018
On-Demand Webinar

How to Create Observable Integration Solutions Using WSO2 Enterprise Integrator

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Webinar Slides

Modern day organizations need to connect to various systems in order to perform their day to day operational tasks. As they integrate with more systems and develop large applications, it gets harder to keep track of what is going on within the system. An exposed API can take too much time to respond, the request rate for a service can increase unexpectedly or an endpoint may fail, disrupting day-to-day operations and creating unsatisfactory user experience. It’s necessary to analyze historical data about a system in order to understand the system behavior and plan the relevant modifications.

Observability is the answer to all these problems. WSO2 Enterprise Integrator provides a comprehensive set of observability features useful for monitoring current operations, collecting and analyzing historical data and triggering alerts if something unusual happens.

We will discuss the following topics in this webinar:

  • Introducing the WSO2 Enterprise Integrator analytics profile
  • Analyzing statistics for APIs, endpoints, sequences, and services
  • Message tracing for debugging purposes
  • Business process and human task analysis
  • Monitoring the broker profile
  • Monitoring message exchanges and application behavior via logs

Presenters

Chanika Geeganage Associate Technical Lead, WSO2

Chanika is part of WSO2 Enterprise Integrator team. She has been providing technology consulting on customer integration projects using WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus and WSO2 Enterprise Integrator. Her interests include Java EE application development, database-related technologies, and web services.

Lahiru Madushanka Software Engineer, WSO2

Lahiru is a software engineer in the Enterprise Integrator team working on integration technologies.He holds a bachelors degree in computer science and engineering from University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.