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Combining WSO2 API Manager with WSO2 BAM

With the help of the WSO2 API Manager, companies are able to reduce their time-to-market dramatically. This webinar demonstrates how a large energy company uses the WSO2 API Manager to do just that. The API manager is used to unlock existing back-end services quickly, so new business initiatives get connected to the main sources of data and information in a uniform way. At a service level, it will also provide the right authentication and authorization. Besides discussing the WSO2 API Manager, this webinar also covers the way AWS cloud website hosting is used to decrease the time-to-market and the service usage for billing purposes in combination with WSO2 Business Activity Monitor (WSO2 BAM).

Subjects covered:

  • Usage of the API manager (in general)
  • Usage of Puppet scripts for automatic deployment
  • AWS for cloud website hosting
  • Combining WSO2 API Manager with WSO2 BAM for billing
  • Usage of WSO2 Identity Server for central identity management


Sumedha Rubasinghe


Sumedha focuses on development of the WSO2 Carbon Core, WSO2 Data Services, WSO2 Governance Registry, WSO2 Business Activity Monitor, and WSO2 API Manager. He has contributed to the successful implementation of data, SAP and repository-based integration projects, as well many WSO2 QuickStart development consulting engagements. He is an active committer with the Apache Axis2 project.

Mohamed EL Marzgioui


Mohamed EL Marzgioui worked as a Senior Consultant at Yenlo. He has an engineering degree & certified oracle/java and is passionate by WSO2 technologies. For over four years he worked in integrating different systems and applications in banking industries (Business Banking , Corporate & Investement Banking ). He will take the stage on numerous international presentations to share his experience and passion.

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