On-Demand Webinar

Reducing DevOps Burden with Git-based CI/CD Pipelines for APIs

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Businesses are now relying heavily on APIs that are running business-critical operations. It’s hard to imagine a stable and effective API-driven business without some form of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery/Deployment (CI/CD). Having a CI/CD pipeline for APIs ensures the stability of the API and enables speedy and effective processes when releasing new features and bug fixes that assist to keep the business running smoothly.

A typical CI/CD pipeline starts with a central repository that keeps the API artifacts. A new change that is introduced needs to be fully tested before promoting to the upper environment. Tying the CI/CD pipeline with a widely used Version Control System like GIT makes it easy to fully automate this.

With the new release of API Controller, it has the built-in support to make use of GIT to manage API deployments. It is armed with a simple yet powerful command set to deploy APIs while ensuring the APIs are in a fully working state.

By attending this online webinar, you will learn how to build an effective CI/CD pipeline for APIs with minimal effort.

During the webinar, we will cover:

  • The concepts of developing a CI/CD pipeline for APIs
  • Introduction to API Controller and the role of API Controller in a CI/CD pipeline
  • A live demo of configuring a CI/CD pipeline for APIs using a GIT repository

Recommended for:

  • Architects
  • API Developers
  • DevOps Engineers

Presented by

Uvindra Dias Jayasinha

Uvindra Dias Jayasinha

Technical Lead, WSO2

Uvindra is a technical lead in the WSO2 API Manager team. His experience spans middleware, distributed systems, and consulting in the integration space. Uvindra enjoys contributing to products that are innovative and add value to customers.

Malintha Amarasinghe

Malintha Amarasinghe

Associate Technical Lead, WSO2

Malintha is an associate technical lead in the WSO2 API Manager team. His main focus is on the research and development aspects of WSO2 API Manager. He has been actively involved in providing support and designing and building API management solutions for WSO2 customers.