[WSO2Con US 2013] The New ESB - RESTy, Connected, Collaborative, and Optimized
By WSO2Con2013 USA
- 26 Sep, 2013
Modern Enterprise IT systems are evolving at an immense pace and business requirements are changing at a rapid rate. Enterprise IT systems should quickly respond to business changes with agility. Hence, most organizations adopt SOA as its enterprise architecture owing to the loosely coupled nature and the extensibility of SOA.
The successful realization of an SOA completely relies on the platform in which is it built on. You need to have a solid foundation to establish your SOA implementation and cater to all the integration needs. As an enterprise integration infrastructure, ESB needs to provide the foundation for SOA implementation and cater to integration requirements of disparate systems, services and protocols. WSO2 ESB brings you the most robust, highest performance, lowest footprint, and most interoperable integration solution.
In this session, Kasun will discuss the importance of using WSO2 ESB as an integration platform in your SOA. In particular, he will focus on Cloud Connectors, RESTful Integration, Performance aspects, and EIP support in WSO2 ESB.
Kasun, who is also a member of the Integration Technologies Management Committee, focuses on the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus. In addition to his product development efforts, he has provided technology consulting on customer engagements, helping to successfully implement solutions for integrating Web services, SAP, FIX, and mobile services.
He is an elected member of the Apache Software Foundation and a Project Management Committee member and committer for the Apache Synapse open source ESB project. He took part in the Google Summer of Code for 2007, working on the Apache Axis2/C project. He also contributed to the Apache Rampart/C project, having implemented WS-Trust specification for its federated identity framework for Web services. He is proficient in C/C++, specializing in Web services, information retrieval systems, and enterprise search platforms, focusing primarily on indexing components.