Digital Transformation: Threat or Opportunity?

Posted by Vinay Babu Yella on 15 Jan, 2019

Digital Transformation is for a company the difference between winning and losing. Companies that were once great are now extinct. For example: Toys "R" Us was once a successful toys store chain, but now out of business after Amazon shook up the retail market with online e-commerce offering customers with greater selection, lower price, and better customer experience. In some cases, much younger companies (for example: Uber, Airbnb, Stripe) are emerging as major disruptors in their industry, using their digital platforms that prove to be a threat to their competitors. Over the past twenty years, it has been proven that the industry disruptors where the first to embrace Digital Transformation, and those other companies that followed were successful by surviving the competition.

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Topics: Digital Transformation, Strategy, Digital Strategy, API Strategy, API Management, Microservices, ESB, Data Analytics, Stream Processor, Identity and Access Management, IoT, WSO2 API, WSO2 ESB, WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus, WSO2 EI, WSO2 Enterprise Integrator, WSO2 IOT, WSO2 Stream Processor, Cloud

Micro is the new Enterprise

Posted by Hans Bot on 10 Jan, 2019

It’s not that hard to think of a state-of-the-art architecture, designed to continuously evolve with changing demands, changing expectations, and changing technologies. You just need to disentangle your software into microservices, make them event-driven, run them in auto-scaling and auto-healing containers on top of a software defined network, put API management in place and fully automate your deployments. 

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Topics: Microservices, Microgateway, WSO2 Micro Integrator

The Magic of Artificial Intelligence

Posted by Ruben van der Zwan on 8 Jan, 2019

Artificial Intelligence is almost a magical process. When you look at it more closely, you find it maybe a bit mysterious how it actually works but it can bring great benefits to your business. Let's dive into this topic in this blog and first start with the Mechanical Turk, a fake chess-playing machine.

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Topics: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, WSO2 Enterprise Integrator, WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus, WSO2 EI, WSO2 ESB, ESB, Integration

How to read properties in WSO2 BPS/WSO2 BPMN

Posted by Dusan Dević on 3 Jan, 2019

If you had the opportunity to work with WSO2 BPS or WSO2 BPMN, you’re familiar with the concept of variables. Just like in other programming languages, variable is in charge to hold some data and the system can make calculations and decisions based on such values. In this article I’ll show you how to read properties from the config file and to include them in your BPMN process definition. This can be very handy as, once you want to change something, it’s not necessary to recompile the code, redeploy the .bar file, even you don’t have to restart the product.

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Topics: Business Process Server, BPS, WSO2 Business Process Server, BPMN, Business Process Management, WSO2 Business Process Management

Versioning in Maven of a WSO2 ESB/ WSO2 EI Multi Module project

Posted by Jenny Gligorovska on 21 Dec, 2018

As a java based product, the WSO2 ESB / WSO2 EI multimodule project can be built with Maven. Maven Multi Module projects contain multiple modules with each their own pom file. We use Maven in continuous development, which gives extra management to a project, and the possibility to have it as a part of a bigger project. In this blog I will tell you more about it.

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Topics: WSO2 EI, WSO2 Enterprise Integrator, WSO2 ESB, WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus, Technical