WSO2 API Manager is a complete solution for publishing APIs, creating and managing a developer community, and for scalably routing API traffic. It leverages proven, production-ready, integration, security and governance components from the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus, WSO2 Identity Server, and WSO2 Governance Registry. In addition, as it is also powered by the WSO2 Business Activity Monitor, the WSO2 API Manager is ready for any large scale deployments right away.
In this article I will discuss the architectural design and implementation details of tenant aware API management. While it did not support multi-tenancy in previous versions, WSO2 API Manager 1.4.0 onward will have multi-tenancy and be compatible with other WSO2 multi-tenant products.
As Progress Software divests its non-core businesses, including the Sonic ESB and FuseSource, forward thinking Progress customers are looking at alternative vendors, who can provide a stable, supported, and innovative middleware platform. For many developers, the Sonic ESB along with other Progress SOA products was a first introduction to service development, mediation, and management. However, Progress™ lack of product portfolio governance has created a disjointed portfolio and increased developer effort to create a comprehensive SOA platform.
For IT teams seeking a more robust alternative to Progress Software and looking to avoid the risk of an unknown platform future, WSO2 provides a viable path forward. WSO2 is the only application infrastructure vendor who has delivered a complete middleware platform through organic development effort, not through problematic, disjointed acquisition. Smart, innovative IT teams from eBay, AAA, Alfa Bank, and Concur place their most important business transactions on WSO2s high performant ESB; a bus handling over 1 billion transactions per day and $2,000 each second for eBay.
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With so many cloud platforms out there, it can be difficult to pick one that best suits your needs. But what about the first truly open source cloud platform out there? WSO2’s Paul Fremantle explains how to get an application running, as well as explaining the architecture behind the project...
WSO2 API Manager is a platform for creating, managing, consuming and monitoring APIs. It employs proven SOA best practices to solve a wide range of API management challenges such as API provisioning, API governance, API security and API monitoring...
Rule Service plug-in for WSO2 Business Rules Server (BRS) generates the rule configuration file in an Eclipse environment and generates aar/car file to be deployed in the Business Rules Server. This tutorial describes the steps to be taken when creating a rule service project and deploying its deployable artifacts to the WSO2 BRS using the new WSO2 Developer Studio plug-in.
The main objective of this article is to give the user a comprehensive understanding about the deployment of WSO2 Products in a MySQL Cluster. Also, the concepts related to MySQL Clustering are discussed in the process.
WSO2 Carbon is an innovative enterprise middleware platform, which allows you to transform your development and operational processes. The latest Carbon platform release (4.0.0) introduces revolutionary kernel architecture modifications. The modifications improve Tomcat 7.0 compatibility, enhance Cloud efficiency, introduce DevOps best practices, and reduce application deployment footprint.
Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) is a popular authentication mechanism that is used to authenticate users in Microsoft Windows servers. WSO2 Identity Server provides support for IWA from version 4.0.0 onwards. This article gives an introduction to IWA authentication, how it works, how to use it, and how to enable IWA in the WSO2 Identity Server.
WSO2 Message Broker 2.0 is a message broker which comes with scaling capabilities that meet high messaging demands. It can easily be configured with WSO2 ESB to implement many important messaging patterns and mediation flows. This article discusses how to configure the WSO2 ESB with WSO2 Message Broker to route messages to queues/topics and listen for messages in queues/topics. The article also has samples with clean steps with which you can directly get started.