WSO2 API Manager for Quby

How the WSO2 API Manager Helps to Open Quby’s Smart Thermostat and Energy Monitor to Developers.

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The WSO2 API Manager is one of the most regularly used components from the WSO2 stack. The API store enables developers to find and test APIs, while the API publisher helps organizations manage the API lifecycle and monitor their usage, and the API gateway helps to manage traffic by controlling the number of calls and monetizing bill API usage.

Dutch startup Quby, European market leader in smart thermostats (with over 100,000 installations) wanted to open up their thermostats to application developers in a controlled manner, so they could integrate them with other systems and applications. Earlier this year, Quby organized a hackathon using the API manager, which was a great success. Developers were able to create new applications on the platform, which will soon be available to the world.

This webinar, presented by Nuwan Dias from WSO2, Michiel Fokke from Quby and Rob Blaauboer from Yenlo, will discuss


Michiel Fokker

Seasoned IT Architect, Michiel Fokker, specializes in high availability and high security environments. He prefers to work with open source software and has been working in different roles in telecommunications and utilities for over 15 years. He’s currently realizing Quby’s international ambitions for their Smart Thermostat platform.

nuwan dias

Nuwan Dias

Nuwan is a Technical Lead at WSO2. His main area of focus is on the architectural and research, and development aspects of WSO2 API Manager. He has also been involved in many customer engagements where he has assisted people in developing their solutions architecture. Prior to joining WSO2, he worked at Informatics International Limited as a Senior Software Engineer.

Rob Blaauboer

Rob Blaauboer

Rob is an Integration Consultant & WSO2 Trainer with more than twenty year experience. In addition to his work he is an active blogger working on a number of articles on the ‘Internet of Things’ and a WSO2 ‘Getting Started with …’ series (WSO2 tutorial) in which he talks about WSO2 components and their purpose especially aimed at non-technical readers. Rob is a WSO2 expert and official WSO2 trainer.

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