What happened on day 3 at WSO2 CON EU 2018?

Posted by Yenlo on 15 Nov, 2018

The third and final day of WSO2Con Europe was splitted in two parts, the Partner track (for partners like Yenlo) and the Ballerina Track, AKA Ballerina Day. Ballerina is the new programming language from WSO2 that is going to play a big role in the (upcoming) releases of the WSO2 products. But it is already in some of the product like the API Manager 2.5.0 where we have the microgateway as part of the product enabling to migrate an API to the Ballerina based microgateway. In this blog we will tell you what happened on this Ballerina day.

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Topics: WSO2, Ballerina, EVENTS

What happened on day 2 at WSO2 CON EU 2018?

Posted by Yenlo on 14 Nov, 2018

After an inspiring first day, the second day of the annual WSO2 EU Con in London was kicked off with two keynotes. In this blog we will give you a heads up about what we've learned today. 

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Topics: WSO2, EVENTS

What happened on day 1 at WSO2 CON EU 2018?

Posted by Yenlo on 13 Nov, 2018

On this beautiful Tuesday in November in London, the first day of WSO2 Con Europe took place. This annual event is the gathering place of WSO2 users, mainly Europe based users because WSO2 organizes US and Asia editions too. Yenlo is of course attending, as a premier partner and reseller we are actually sponsoring the event. We will report on the highlights of the conference in three blogs, one for each day.

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Topics: WSO2, EVENTS

Basic health check script for Web Servers and Services

Posted by Vinay Babu Yella on 9 Nov, 2018

There are tools available to monitor the status of web servers and services, for e.g.: Nagios and SolarWinds. These tools need to be installed and configured to start monitoring/reporting and they provide many advanced features to monitor things in your IT. But if you are looking for simple solution for basic health check of your web resources without having to install special software or its agents, then this script helps you to get the job done.

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WSO2EI: Preventing HTTP headers in HTTP responses

Posted by Philip Akyempon on 1 Nov, 2018

Guidelines for the administration of WSO2 products includes security1 recommendation for the production environment.  An advice is to update the default “Server” value of the product to prevent exposing information about the WSO2 product stack through HTTP header responses. I think this recommendation should apply to HTTP headers from ‘actual’ backend services as well. In this blog post, I will demonstrate how to prevent the exposure of backend services HTTP headers in WSO2 EI proxy responses. I shall also show how the solution can interfere with a requirement of a SOAPv1.2 proxy service.

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Topics: WSO2 EI, SOAP, HTTP Headers, Axis2, Web Service Security