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2005
  |  By Nirmal Fernando
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has taken a significant step forward in advancing interoperability and improving prior authorization processes with the publication of the CMS Interoperability and Prior Authorization Final Rule (CMS-0057-F).
  |  By Bob Bentley
In many industries (finance and healthcare, to name a couple), regulations require the use of multi-factor authentication (MFA) to protect access to sensitive data and transactions. Also, an important executive order was issued, aimed at improving the cybersecurity posture within the US government by requiring all federal agencies to adopt MFA systems. Regulations and standards like these will continue to spread over more industries and transaction types.
  |  By Malith Jayasinghe
We're excited to introduce Choreo Copilot (preview), which allows you to interact with Choreo. You can pose questions in natural language and Copilot will provide answers. Choreo Copilot enables you to grasp Choreo concepts, teaches you how to perform tasks in Choreo, and provides guidance when you encounter obstacles. Copilot is familiar with APIs in Choreo’s internal marketplace. Choreo already features an AI capability that enables API testing through natural language.
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Acquisition will enable accelerated investment in innovative technology for digital transformation.
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Developers can now manage data planes for WSO2 API Manager and WSO2 API Platform for Kubernetes with the same control plane, develop integrations in VS Code using Micro Integrator for VS Code, and utilize AI assistants to streamline efforts.
  |  By Sanjeewa Malalgoda
We’re delighted to announce the release of WSO2 API Manager 4.3, a significant upgrade that enhances your API ecosystem's performance, security, and scalability. WSO2 API Manager, an industry-leading open source API management solution, offers a unified platform for creating, publishing, and overseeing APIs, enabling organizations to securely expose their services with both internal and external stakeholders.
  |  By Sanjeewa Malalgoda
We're excited to introduce WSO2 API Platform for Kubernetes (WSO2 APK) 1.1, a key update to our Kubernetes-native API management solution. This release leverages the strengths of Kubernetes to offer high-performance and cloud-scale API management, ensuring automation, reliability, and improved developer experiences. Traditional API management solutions aren't built for Kubernetes environments, leading to issues with performance, scalability, and manual configuration.
  |  By Bob Bentley
We all love the ease and affordability of SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) tools. We expect our SaaS apps to be available whenever we need them, building our business processes around this assumption. At WSO2, we are grateful that many organizations trust our SaaS solutions, and we continually work to ensure this trust is well-founded. It’s worth taking a moment to understand the impact when those mission-critical apps go offline. Just one minute of downtime can cost businesses thousands of dollars.
  |  By Charuka Karunanayake
We're happy to announce the release of a new command-line interface (CLI) tool for our development platform! With this, we aim to bring Choreo to your terminal. This reduces context switching, helps you focus, and enables you to script and create your workflows more easily. You can install Choreo CLI today on Linux, MacOS, and Windows. Simply run our installation script for your particular OS.
  |  By Omindu Rathnaweera
Authentication and authorization play crucial roles in modern application development. Over the years, the way we implement these security measures has evolved, with protocols like OAuth2/OpenID Connect now being widely used. While web applications can manually implement these protocols, it requires a certain level of expertise. Moreover, when it comes to single-page applications (SPAs), additional measures are necessary to securely manage security tokens on the application side.
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Explore the seamless integration of GitOps with WSO2 API Platform for Kubernetes (APK) in this enlightening screencast session. The need for a robust API management solution that fits naturally into the Kubernetes ecosystem has never been more critical. WSO2 APK emerges as a solution designed to harmonize with Kubernetes-native practices, offering native GitOps integration to API lifecycle management. This session delves into how WSO2 APK not only simplifies the deployment and management of APIs within Kubernetes clusters but also enhances operational efficiency and consistency through GitOps methodologies.
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WSO2 Identity Server is the leading open source IAM solution. It is a powerful, modern access management solution for your on-premises or cloud environment that provides secure access for your consumers (B2C), enterprise customers (B2B), workforce (B2E), or APIs. WSO2 Identity Server manages more than 1 billion identities worldwide, and its extensibility allows it to support the most complex IAM requirements.
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Welcome to the exclusive community call focused on getting started with Choreo, especially for participants of the WSO2 Code Challenge. If you're looking to participate in the challenge and are seeking tips to leverage Choreo to increase your draw entries, this call is for you!
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Join us for a new episode where Sanjiva and Asanka, the visionary authors of the platformless manifesto, explore the groundbreaking concept of platformless in enterprise software engineering. They unveil the inception and collaborative effort behind platformless, guiding viewers through its core principles and four essential technology pillars: API-first, cloud native middleware, platform engineering, and developer experience. Whether you're considering building from scratch or investing in a platformless solution, this discussion offers invaluable insights into the unique benefits it brings to architects.
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WSO2 Identity Server is the leading open source IAM solution in the market. Recently released version 7 is the most powerful, developer-friendly version yet. Join WSO2 Technical Product Director Malithi Edirisinghe as she provides an overview of the new features and benefits provided in the latest release.
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Discover how going platformless could change the landscape of enterprise software engineering. By discarding traditional platform dependencies, businesses can achieve unparalleled innovation and flexibility within their software development processes. Listen to WSO2 CEO and Founder Sanjiva Weerawarana's talk at Web Summit Qatar 2024.
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This demonstration will take you through building integration from scratch using WSO2 Integration Studio, testing and deploying in WSO2 Micro Integrator and the embedded Micro Integrator in the Integration Studio. This integrations will contain transformation, reading from files, schema validation, error handling and publishing events to Kafka. Thereafter, the particular service which is used by the integration will be exposed as an API using the WSO2 API Manager with seamless integration with both the products.
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Commence an exploration into Kubernetes Native API Management with WSO2 in this enlightening session. Guiding you through the details of creating and deploying APIs, we commence the exploration of the robust WSO2 API Platform for Kubernetes (APK). Discover an innovative AI-powered health and wellness coach application, unraveling the process of exposing microservices as managed APIs in a Kubernetes environment. The setup involves deploying WSO2 APK alongside microservices, providing a comprehensive view of API creation methodologies.
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Uncover the power of WSO2 APK's Distributed Tracing capabilities in our latest screencast! Dive into the world of seamless API management with insights from popular tracing systems like Jaeger, Zipkin, Azure Application Insights, and OTLP gRPC. Learn the why and how of configuring distributed tracing in APK, enabling you to diagnose and resolve performance issues, errors, and exceptions efficiently.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.

Our Products:

  • Choreo - iPaaS: Reduce complexity. Build cloud-native, digital products and solutions with agility and at scale.
  • API Manager: Harness the full power of your APIs to optimize business performance.
  • Enterprise Integrator: Speed application development with the fastest integration runtime available in the market.
  • Identity Server: Effectively build API-driven CIAM solutions that delight customers.

Next-generation technologies to future-proof your business.