KuppingerCole Executive View: WSO2 Choreo

KuppingerCole’s Executive View explores WSO2’s full lifecycle cloud native developer platform, Choreo, which allows developers to create, publish, manage, monitor, and productize APIs, integrations, and microservices.

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To keep up with digital innovation and evolving customer expectations, businesses of all types must become software companies themselves, building digital products and customer experiences to stay ahead of their competitors.

In order to succeed, businesses will need to leverage a comprehensive digital innovation platform, one that is well-integrated yet extensible, enterprise-ready yet accessible to citizen developers, cloud native yet hybrid-capable.

Read the report to learn about:

  • Emerging trends and challenges facing organizations today.
  • Realizing the benefits of Choreo — a cloud-based fully managed integrated solution that goes beyond developing, publishing, managing, monitoring, and productizing APIs.
  • How Choreo’s features improve developer productivity and enable organizations to innovate faster.
  • Key strengths and weaknesses of Choreo.

Choreo can already be rightfully called a turn-key platform for delivering digital experiences quickly and without a traditional steep learning curve. The platform’s developer environment provides a full set of capabilities expected from an IDE: version control with optional GitHub integration, project management for efficient teamwork, AI assistance and integrated documentation, built-in visual testing tools, and so on.”

Alexei Balaganski,

Lead Analyst, KuppingerCole

About KuppingerCole Analysts:

KuppingerCole Analysts, founded in 2004, is an international and independent analyst organization headquartered in Europe. The company specializes in offering neutral advice, expertise, thought leadership and practical relevance in Information Security, Identity & Access Management (IAM), Governance (IAG), Risk Management & Compliance (GRC) as well as all areas concerning Digital Transformation.

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