[WSO2Con US 2013] Using WSO2 ESB to integrate Salesforce.com and SAP ERP

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  • 29 Sep, 2013

In this session, Igor will present a case study using cloud based WSO2 ESB to integrate Salesforce.com and SAP ERP. Igor will discuss how WSO2 ESB helps to address integration challenges that IT teams will face, including connectivity, system configuration issues, application customizations, non-functional requirements, reliability, scalability, and security. You will learn technical implementation details; including how to use WSO2 ESB adapters for connecting to SAP via RFC/Idoc interface, using XSLT for transforming messages between Salesforce and SAP formats, and using OAuth 2.0 for the Salesfoce SOAP API Authentication. While Salesforce and SAP ERP are used as examples in the live demo, the principles apply to many other SaaS applications and on-premise information systems. The hub of these integration flows is WSO2 integration middleware, which makes it easy for your apps to connect to all other apps.



Igor Mameshin
Manager, Accenture

Igor, who is a Manager within the Accenture Cloud Platform (ACP) program, leads a team of software engineers responsible for the hybrid cloud integration platform services developed and delivered through ACP.

For the last few years, Igor’s key focus areas have included cloud architectures, highly scalable infrastructure, web-based services, and hybrid cloud integration solutions. He has extensive technical knowledge of middleware, Java, open source, and enterprise application integration.

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