With the increased presence of cloud and hosted services, enterprises are relying more on cloud services to reap benefits of economies of scale, gradually shifting the burdens of maintaining infrastructure to cloud providers. Functions as a service (FaaS) is the next step in this shift. FaaS focuses on running an operation on demand without having to worry about the infrastructure or the scale.
AWS Lambdas provide an easy way to create serverless operations, helping enterprises to reduce their infrastructure costs. Yet at times, these transitions are hindered due to the need of changing consumer apps. WSO2 API Manager 3.1 makes this transition smoother by allowing organizations to expose RESTFul interfaces using Lambdas.
WSO2 API Manager 3.1 enables you to secure, throttle, manage, and monitor APIs created out of Lambda operations, minimizing impact on consumer applications.
Associate Technical Lead, WSO2
Fazlan Nazeem is an Associate Technical Lead in the WSO2 API Manager team. He is a contributor for the Apache Spark project and the PMML specification. Fazlan has been involved in numerous customer engagements and provided consultancy to WSO2 customers.
Software Architect/ Associate Director, WSO2
Amila De Silva is a Software Architect/Associate Director in the WSO2 API Manager team. He is also a member of the architecture team that overlooks research and development teams and drives innovation for WSO2 products. He has been a technical consultant specializing in enterprise integration technologies and middleware solutions. Amila has also designed solutions for Telcos.
26 Oct, 2022