Although WSO2 Enterprise Integrator 6.5.0 is not formally released yet, I was curious about the new version and of course about the developer studio that we use to create artifacts for the product. For many WSO2 products you can simply see what WSO2 is doing by looking at the source code that is posted on GitHub. Alternatively, you can also subscribe to the mailing list for developers that will also give insight into the development of new versions as well as some of the discussions that WSO2 is having internally with regards to platform developments. In this blog we will discuss the differences between the current version and and the new version of WSO2 Enterprise Integrator and what features has been changed or added.
WSO2 Enterprise Integrator,
WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus,
WSO2 Micro Integrator,
WSO2 Developer Studio
We live in an age of constant innovation. Look at the mobile phone, the next evolutionary step is going to be the foldable phone. I always ask myself: does this add value for me to warrant the high prices that these phones will cost? The same goes for our business when introducing new technology, what will it solve or which KPI will it help to achieve? But that is one side of the medal... will your IT ecosystem support it as well? Not only now but also later?
Open Source Software,
The title of this blog sounds a bit like one of those hip articles where it is always x number of ways to make you rich or something. While we certainly hope WSO2 is hip, this blog isn’t. In this blog we are actually going to look at different ways to deploy CAR files to WSO2 products.
Suppose you are developing an application that is going to monitor the boundary fence of a wild life sanctuary in Africa or you are developing a pollution monitoring system that will collect data on how much pollution is created by traffic during rush hours in the Netherlands. Both systems have one thing in common, in both systems we are dealing with a lot of sensors. These can be motion sensors or environmental sensors to detect the air quality. When working with sensors or IoT systems, we must handle communication very efficiently. This is because usually we have very limited resources in terms of storage, power and processing. This is where MQTT comes in.
WSO2 Enterprise Integrator,
Recently I heard a story about someone who was getting a private lease car. In the Netherlands, this is becoming more and more popular because you pay for the use of the car, not so much the ownership of it. And when you think of it doesn’t really matter whether you own the car and drive it or if you just lease it and drive it? I don’t think so. The car is still the same, the fuel efficiency is still the same and it still drives the same. Ownership is no longer sacred, something we know from the use of cloud-based services like Amazon, Azure and Google. But this blog is not about the end of ownership!