Setting up a Dockered WSO2 API Manager (Part 1)

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 1 Feb, 2018

Installing WSO2 API Manager (APIM), or any WSO2 product for that matter, is a cinch. We have detailed the steps in this blog. However, the last half year or so, Docker keeps popping up as the new environment to run WSO2 products!

To make this blog accessible to more readers, let’s talk about what Docker is before telling how to set up a Dockered WSO2 API Manager.

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Topics: WSO2 API, docker

WSO2TORIAL: Publishing an API on WSO2 API Manager 2.1.0

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 4 Jan, 2018

Publishing an API on the WSO2 API Manager is quite straightforward. You define the API using the Publisher app. Here you define the context, resources and HTTP verbs, indicate endpoints and set tiers and throttling to name but a few. But there are alternatives to getting an API to the API Manager. In this blog we will look at the Import / export API’s functionality. In another blog we will look at the swagger definitions as a way to define and publish APIs.

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Topics: WSO2 API, API, API Management

Digital Transformation at LAC 2017 - a Retrospective

Posted by Hans Bot on 30 Nov, 2017

This November marked the 19th edition of the Dutch National Architecture Conference LAC – and the first Yenlo sponsored. This year’s conference carried the theme “Digital Transformation”. Three main topics definitely sparked the most interest during and in-between the sessions. 

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Topics: WSO2 API, API, API Management, API Strategy

WSO2TORIAL - Get ready to rumble: Maven vs Gradle

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 23 Nov, 2017

In general, you can say that choice is good. Having alternatives to choose from gives you the opportunity to make merit based selections.

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Topics: WSO2 API, Gradle, Maven

WSO2EASY - Determining API Visibility, Subscriptions and invocation in WSO2 API Manager 2.1.0

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 16 Nov, 2017

When you define an API in the WSO2 API Manager you have three options that will govern API visibility. These options are:

  1. Public
  2. Visible to My Domain
  3. Restricted by Roles

When you define the API you can also determine who can subscribe to an API. The choices here are:

  1. Available to the current tenant only
  2. Available to all tenants
  3. Available to specific tenants

In this WSO2EASY blog we will look at these options and see to what extent they work. For instance, when an API is published as Public but later is changed to Restricted by Roles, does that impact existing subscribers?

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Topics: WSO2 API