Enterprise Use Case Webinar - Application Governance with the WSO2 Governance Registry - Thursday, August 23, 2012
We caught up with Maria Belkina of Russia’s Saint-Petersburg Information and Analytics Center after her presentation at WSO2Con 2011. There we discussed the government organization’s use of WSO2 Carbon middleware, including the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus. Here is an edited version of our discussion. See video for full interview.
Enterprise Use Case Webinar – Development Governance with the WSO2 Governance Registry - Thursday, July 12, 2012
WSO2 Advantage Webinar: Apply API Governance to RESTful Service APIs using WSO2 Governance Registry and WSO2 API Manager - Thursday, June 14, 2012
Managing artifacts of a service oriented solution is one of the most important features expected from any SOA middleware platform. In a typical service oriented project, SOA artifacts are subjected to move through multiple phases. Usually, separate environments are maintained for the activities associated with those phases.
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Installing the registry and the ESB is pretty easy. You can find the download for the WSO2 registry here (http://wso2.org/downloads/governance-registry) and for Mule here (http://www.mulesoft.org/download-mule-esb-community-edition). Both come packaged in various formats which can just extract into the directory of your choice. Now we'll start these applications to see if they are installed correctly. For Mule you can use the following command: /bin/mule.bat, and for the registry: /bin/wso2server.bat. If you're not on windows there is also a /bin/mule and a /bin/wso2serversh which you can use.
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When you have many services it is a good thing to register them somewhere so your consumers can easily find them, see what they are about, determine whether the service levels are good enough etc. When you look back at the heyday of SOA everyone was pusing registries (or repositories, but that terminology is a different subject). To fully do SOA you needed a UDDI registry to accompany your SOAP based services, defined by a WSDL and XML Schemas.
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WSO2 Intro Webinar: WSO2 Governance Registry – Customizing Governance for Your Needs - Wednesday, June 6, 2012