Doing a simple scripted setup of WSO2 Enterprise Integrator

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 9 Aug, 2018

There are several situations where you want or need to set up WSO2. As a trainer, I do this more than I guess almost anybody else. Although making minor changes to WSO2 is not that much work. I’m talking about changing the port offset, changing host names or changing other parameters that will slightly alter the product. It would be nice to have a semi-automated tool that will allow me to do that.

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Topics: WSO2 EI, WSO2 Enterprise Integrator, Technical, Ansible

WSO2 and Ansible, how to setup an automated installation?

Posted by Thomas Zielinski on 8 Jun, 2017

Usually the installation of a WSO2 product is simple. Just unzip the package and that's all. This is, of course, in theory. Usually it is needed to customize the product. In the production environment, we have to use RDBMS database, what causes the changes in product configuration. If customers want to use the WSO2 product as distributed or clustered setup, the changes in configuration are needed too. Mostly, the customization is made once. In this case, it can be nice to have a tool which install the customized product on the servers. This blog is about WSO2 and Ansible and how you can setup an automated installation.

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Topics: Ansible, WSO2