Up-levelling Brownfield Integration

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

Up-leveling Brownfield Integration

Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Webinar Slides

Most modern systems support integration with other systems through APIs that are exposed over well-known protocols and standards. However, it is hard to expect all the existing systems of an organization to be capable of integrating with other systems.

Legacy systems will eventually get replaced by new smart systems, even though it takes time. Nevertheless, organizations may not want to wait for another few years to get the new systems in place to continue their digital transformation journey. Therefore, the challenge is to drive all these existing systems towards brownfield integration.

In this session, we will discuss:

  • Why you need to think about brownfield integration
  • How you can use the WSO2 integration platform to carry out brownfield integration
  • How WSO2 can help you up-level your brownfield integration

Presenters

Isuru Udana Associate Director/Architect, WSO2

Isuru is an Associate Director/Architect and a key member of the WSO2 Enterprise Integrator Team. He has been part of the WSO2 Team for nearly 7 years. While providing technical leadership to the Enterprise Integrator Team, he has participated and led several customer engagements such as Quick Start programs and Architecture Reviews. Isuru is a Committer and holds the Vice President position of the Apache Synapse open source ESB project. Also, he is a founding member of the Siddhi Complex Event Processing Engine, which is now shipped with the WSO2 Stream Processor.

Milinda Perera Associate Technical Lead, WSO2
Milinda Perera

Milinda is an associate technical lead in the integration team at WSO2. He has provided technology consulting on customers in integration projects. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from University of Colombo School of Computing and BEng. (Hons) in Electronic Engineering from Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology. His research interests are in computer architecture, high performance computing, cryptography and embedded systems.