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  |  By Mohamed Sabthar
This article is based on Ballerina Swan Lake Update 7.2. Today, I want to share insights into implementing GraphQL subgraphs in Ballerina. But before we dive into coding, let's take a moment to understand GraphQL federation and the problems it solves. Ballerina Swan Lake WSO2 is an open-source and cloud-native programming language optimized for integration GraphQL Federation is a way to build a unified GraphQL API by combining multiple GraphQL services.
  |  By Janaka Sandaruwan
We're excited to share that deploying applications with buildpacks is now available on the Choreo platform. This empowers users to build their applications on the cloud faster and more easily than before.
  |  By Madushanka Fonseka
In today's evolving technology landscape, businesses are increasingly recognizing the potential of migrating legacy systems to the cloud. Even though they are the backbone of many organizations, legacy systems and services deployed via on-premises servers often need help to keep up with modern business requirements. Cloud migration offers a transformative opportunity to enhance scalability, flexibility, and efficiency, while enabling access to a wealth of innovative services.
  |  By Lakmal Warusawithana
In the past, enterprise software focused on protecting network access through on-premises firewalls and VPNs, working on the assumption that everything within the network was secure. However, today, as accessing data has extended beyond on-premises locations to cloud and hybrid networks, SaaS platforms require a security model that can address a broader range of attack vectors. Zero Trust security addresses this pressing need.
  |  By Asanka Abeysinghe
As the technology landscape continues to rapidly evolve, creating a platform that introduces the correct abstractions for software development and delivery has become an increasingly compelling proposition. But the pivotal question remains: is building what’s known as an internal developer platform (IDP) or digital platform in-house the right move for your organization? The choice isn't merely technical; it's strategic.
  |  By WSO2
Battery Ventures Names WSO2 Among Private Cloud Companies with Highest Levels of Self-Reported Employee Satisfaction.
  |  By Rukshan Premathunga
Choreo now allows you to specify WSO2’s Micro Integrator runtime version and update level when deploying integrations. Previously, Choreo defaulted all deployments of WSO2 Micro Integrator projects to a specific runtime version and update level. With this improvement, developers can specify the exact runtime version and update level required for their integrations. This improvement simplifies the development and troubleshooting process for integration developers.
  |  By Malith Jayasinghe
We're delighted to unveil Choreo API Chat, Choreo's innovative approach to interacting with APIs, powered by Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT) 3.5 large language model (LLM) from Azure OpenAI. This allows users to try out APIs running or proxied via Choreo using natural language, serving as a complementary tool to traditional methods. It offers a convenient way to quickly try out endpoints without delving deeply into API specifications or crafting intricate JSON payloads.
  |  By Viraj Salaka Gamage
Choreo is an internal developer platform where you can develop, deploy, and manage your cloud native applications with minimal effort. Authentication and authorization are essential to consider when restricting access to your application. Determining the legitimacy of the consumer of your cloud application is the main purpose of authentication. Authorization guarantees that the consumer has the necessary permissions to access your applications.
  |  By Chathuranga Siriwardhana
One of the main challenges API producers face is making improvements and enhancements to their APIs without getting their clients to upgrade API versions (i.e., change their applications). We're excited to introduce semantic version-based intelligent routing in Choreo, making API consumption easier than ever. This feature groups APIs into their major versions, and the corresponding URLs are simplified to include only the major version number.
  |  By WSO2
In this discussion, Asanka Abeysinghe and Kanchana Wickramasinghe explore the reasons why building your own platform may not be the best choice for your organization. They share valuable insights on the challenges of platform development, the importance of self-service capabilities, and the benefits of streamlining operations. They also emphasize the need to consider alternatives that can save time, resources, and lead to more efficient application development. Don't miss this informative conversation that sheds light on making the right decisions for your organization's digital transformation journey.
  |  By WSO2
In this episode we delve deep into the critical issues architects face when building platforms. Tackling everything from hidden opportunity costs to the illusion of completeness, we provide an architect's perspective on why platform projects often fail. Don't miss our insights on managing complexity, running a lean team, and the financial pitfalls to avoid. Tune in to uncover the nuances that could make or break your platform architecture.
  |  By WSO2
Join us for another episode of the ‘Discovering the Architecture Middle Path’ podcast. In this episode, our hosts Sanjiva and Asanka explore platform engineering, breaking down the buzz around platforms and delving into the architectural aspects that make them strong and scalable. Drawing from their hands-on experience, they discuss the relationship between architecture and engineering within platforms, covering concepts like modularity, microservices, and event-driven design. They also touch on important factors such as security and scalability. Whether you're an aspiring architect or an experienced engineer, gain practical insights to build or refine your platforms for the future.
  |  By WSO2
We will be discussing how to consume or invoke APIs in WSO2 API Manager and how to do it securely. We will talk about OAuth2 access tokens and types of security you can provide for your APIs during invocation.
  |  By WSO2
WSO2 Identity ServerFlutter is an open-source UI software development kit created by Google. It is used to develop cross-platform applications from a single codebase for multiple platforms. In this video, we will discuss how to authenticate your Flutter application with the WSO2 Identity Server.
  |  By WSO2
Welcome to the Choreo Community Call! In this session, we’ll dive into the process of deploying your web applications with Choreo. During the community call, our experts will: Subscribe to our channel and hit the notification bell to stay updated on upcoming Choreo Community Calls and other exciting content.
  |  By WSO2
WSO2 APK (API Platform for Kubernetes) is an advanced API management solution designed specifically for Kubernetes environments. Its seamless integration with Kubernetes adheres to Kubernetes Gateway standards and aligns with Kubernetes workflows to empower organizations to efficiently manage APIs in a native Kubernetes manner.
  |  By WSO2
In this video, WSO2 Founder and CEO Sanjiva Weerawarana, explains today's software development landscape and how Choreo helps developers focus on their business logic rather than underlying infrastructure and technology.
  |  By WSO2
WSO2 APK (API Platform for Kubernetes) is an advanced API management solution designed specifically for Kubernetes environments. Its seamless integration with Kubernetes adheres to Kubernetes Gateway standards and aligns with Kubernetes workflows to empower organizations to efficiently manage APIs in a native Kubernetes manner.
  |  By WSO2
WSO2 APK (API Platform for Kubernetes) is an advanced API management solution designed specifically for Kubernetes environments. It offers organizations seamless integration, flexibility, and scalability in managing their APIs within Kubernetes deployments.
  |  By WSO2
APIs have been in the technology canvas for nearly two decades now, with almost all the major software vendors releasing their APIs after the year 2000. For example, Salesforce and eBay released their APIs in 2000, Amazon in 2002, and Facebook in 2006. Today, APIs are a fundamental building block in digital business and integrations.
  |  By WSO2
Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM), a subgenre of IAM, enables organizations to scale and ensure secure, seamless digital experiences for their customers, while collecting and managing customer identity data purposefully. Powerful CIAM solutions provide a variety of key features including customer registration, social logins, account verification, self-service account management, consent and preference management, single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication (MFA), and adaptive authentication as well as other nice-to-have features.
  |  By WSO2
Current estimates suggest widespread adoption of open source software (OSS) in organizations worldwide. Compared to sectors such as operating systems and big data, adoption in the security and identity management sector has been low until now. While there were a number of open source projects around libraries for security and identity management-related functionalities, there were only a few projects based on an end-to-end security or identity and access management (IAM) solution.
  |  By WSO2
With the fast-growing popularity of cloud computing, an increasing number of organizations are now moving towards cloud-based solutions. Gartner predicts that1, "by 2020, 90 percent of organizations will adopt hybrid infrastructure management" where some parts of a solution would be in the cloud while other parts would be in traditional on-premises data centers.
  |  By WSO2
Identity and access management (IAM) is the efficient integration and management of identities, giving users access to the right resources at the right time. Identity is no longer a mere security project for enterprises. In the integration and API domain, as businesses continue to increase the number of internal and third-party APIs, it's more important than ever that APIs are integrated and governed securely. In the user domain, with increasing user identity spaces, company-wide policies, complex structure hierarchies and roles, regulatory pressures, and customer-facing applications, security becomes a bigger challenge each day for identity architects and administrators.

Founded in 2005, WSO2 enables thousands of enterprises, including hundreds of the world's largest corporations, top universities, and governments, to drive their digital transformation journeys—executing more than 18 trillion transactions and managing more than 500 million identities annually. Using WSO2 for API management, integration, and customer identity and access management (CIAM), these organisations are harnessing the full power of their APIs to securely deliver their digital services and applications.

Our open-source, API-first approach to software that runs on-premises and in the cloud helps developers and architects to be more productive and rapidly compose digital products to meet demand while remaining free from vendor lock-in. WSO2 has over 900 employees worldwide with offices in Australia, Brazil, Germany, India, Sri Lanka, the UAE, the UK, and the US.

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  • Identity Server: Effectively build API-driven CIAM solutions that delight customers.

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