What happened at WSO2Con USA '18 day 2?

Posted by Yenlo on 18 Jul, 2018

By Erik Assink & Vinay Babu Yella

We really enjoyed the first day of the WSO2Con where a lot of announcements were made. The second day of WSO2Con took a deep dive in the technology with a mixture of customer showcases and technology sessions by WSO2 Engineers. Since we couldn’t attend all the parallel sessions we selected some of the sessions which we will cover in this blog.

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Topics: WSO2, EVENTS, API Strategy, API Management, PSD2, Identity and Access Management

Why should you make room for APIs in your PSD2 strategy?

Posted by Ruben van der Zwan on 23 Jan, 2018

A while ago, I wrote about the three rules of developing a PSD2 strategy. Right after rule number 1 (“don’t pout”) and number 2 (“decide on your role”) I mentioned the API. That’s where I left you, as I felt it was better to wait with technical details until you had thought about your own situation and the way you’d prepare for all the changes. But in this blog, let’s dive a little deeper. What is the role of Application Programming Interfaces in your PSD2 story? And even more important: why are they a crucial part of becoming a modern bank? 

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Topics: API, APIs, PSD2

PSD2: the newest game in banking that you’re gonna love

Posted by Ruben van der Zwan on 18 Jul, 2017

Banking is a game. Obviously it’s a very serious one, as it floats our economy and therefore influences all of our lives. But still, banking is a game, meaning it needs to be played. There is a playing board, there are players, and most important of all: there are rules. Players that don’t obey these rules get excluded from the game (or go to prison, just like in Monopoly) and people that play it smart, take it all. But as is the case with all games, rules change. So, what do you do when the quizmaster forces you to invite 2000 new players and show them your strongest cards? You smash the playing board to pieces and invent your own game.

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Topics: PSD2, APIs, API