WSO2 API Manager provides cloud-native API management, where a user can expose microservices as managed APIs in cloud environments with no hassle. In an age where applications are increasingly adopting microservice architecture, it is obvious that container-orchestration systems such as Kubernetes have gained popularity due to the attractive functionality they offer to simplify a number of complex management tasks.
With WSO2 API Manager, now you can expose microservices as managed APIs in cloud environments such as Kubernetes. It automates a number of complex tasks such as application deployment, scaling, and management.
Exposing microservices in cloud environments with private jet mode provides a dedicated microgateway to handle each managed API. This will provide maximum security and guaranteed resource allocation for API execution. By attending this webinar, you will gain hands-on experience on how to expose microservices as managed APIs in cloud clusters in private jet mode where each API is managed by a dedicated microgateway.
Technical Lead, WSO2
Pubudu Gunatilaka is a technical lead in the WSO2 API Manager team, specializing in cloud technologies. Pubudu has experience with working in cloud technologies such as Docker, Kubernetes, and Istio. He is a committer and a PMC member in the Apache Stratos PaaS project. Pubudu has worked with numerous customers to provide technical and architectural consultancy in building their API management solutions.
Software Engineer, WSO2
Shehani is a software engineer at WSO2. She is engaged in research and development for the API Manager team, mainly focusing on cloud technologies such as Kubernetes and Docker. She has been involved in numerous customer engagements and training sessions during her tenure in WSO2.
26 Oct, 2022