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  • Secure and Accelerated PSD2 Compliance with WSO2 Open Banking
    Secure and Accelerated PSD2 Compliance with WSO2 Open Banking
    Amalka Subasinghe, Associate Technical Lead, WSO2 Recorded: Nov 14 2018 54 mins
    You shouldn't be any later than you have to, to become PSD2 compliant. If you’ve done your homework, you should be looking for technology that lets you achieve comprehensive, secure and accelerated compliance, with minimal disruption to business as usual.

    WSO2 Open Banking is built to address these key pain points. It provides a secure API-based environment to expose your customer data to third parties with a short go to market life cycle. This webinar is a technical deep dive into the WSO2 Open Banking solution which will demonstrate:

    -The API management and security requirements for comprehensive PSD2 Compliance
    -Third Party Provider (TPP) onboarding with required workflows and customization capabilities
    -TPP application flows and how they integrate with WSO2 Open Banking
    -Secure API invocation with the mandatory security requirements for PSD2
    -Consent management and related user interactions
    -Extensive analytics for business and technical users
    -The WSO2 platform advantage for PSD2 compliance and beyond
  • The Rise of Streaming SQL and Evolution of Streaming Applications
    The Rise of Streaming SQL and Evolution of Streaming Applications
    Srinath Perera, Vice President - Research, WSO2 Recorded: Oct 31 2018 42 mins
    First-generation stream processors, such as Apache Storm, wanted us to write code. It was a great start. However, when building real-world apps, which are used for a long time and evolve, writing code gets us into trouble.

    If we want to query a database or query data stored in storage with Hadoop, we use SQL. Why can't we query data streaming using SQL? We can. Almost all open source stream processors, including Storm, Flink, and Kafka, have switched to SQL.

    In this webinar, Srinath will talk about the evolution of stream processing, streaming SQL, the status quo, and what this means to stream applications. He will also dissect the experience of building streaming applications by exploring common patterns and pitfalls.
  • Introduction to WSO2 Business Rules Manager
    Introduction to WSO2 Business Rules Manager
    Eranga Liyanage Recorded: Oct 30 2018 7 mins
    Learn more: https://docs.wso2.com/display/SP4xx/Working+with+Business+Rules
    In stream processing, there are common use cases for analyzing statistics that involve operations such as calculating the average, minimum, maximum etc., for different endpoints. The Business Rules Manager allows you to define templates and generate business rules from them for different scenarios with common requirements.

    Stream Processor: https://wso2.com/analytics
  • Introduction to WSO2 Stream Processor Studio
    Introduction to WSO2 Stream Processor Studio
    Eranga Liyanage Recorded: Oct 30 2018 4 mins
    Learn more: https://docs.wso2.com/display/SP4xx/Stream+Processor+Studio+Overview
    The Stream Processor Studio is a developer tool that is shipped with WSO2 SP to develop Siddhi applications. It allows provides two interfaces to develop Siddhi applications

    Source view allows you to write Siddhi applications in the Siddhi Query Language. This supports auto-completion, tracking syntax errors and debugging.

    Design view visualizes the event flow of a Siddhi application and allows you to compose the applications by dragging and dropping Siddhi components to a graph.
    Once a Siddhi application is created, you can simulate events via the Stream Processor Studio to test whether it works as expected. You can also run the Siddhi application in the debug mode to detect errors in the Stream Processor logic.

    Stream Processor: https://wso2.com/analytics
  • Running a microgateway in Docker and Kubernetes, Quick tour of API Microgateway
    Running a microgateway in Docker and Kubernetes, Quick tour of API Microgateway
    Malintha Amarasinghe Recorded: Oct 30 2018 9 mins
    This is the 3rd and the final screencast of the series "Quick tour of API Microgateway". This will guide you through running a microgateway in docker and kubernetes environments.
  • Running a microgateway and invoking APIs, Quick tour of API Microgateway
    Running a microgateway and invoking APIs, Quick tour of API Microgateway
    Malintha Amarasinghe Recorded: Oct 30 2018 4 mins
    This is the 2nd screencast of the series "Quick tour of API Microgateway".
    This screencast will demonstrate through building and running a microgateway starting from a project we created during the 1st screencast. Please follow the 1st screencast if you haven't gone through it already(https://youtu.be/LAVRGaHdr3k). Follow our 3rd screencast to learn how to build and run a microgateway in docker and kubernetes environments. (https://youtu.be/nKRJoBqIOmk)
  • Setting up a microgateway project, Quick tour of API Microgateway
    Setting up a microgateway project, Quick tour of API Microgateway
    Malintha Amarasinghe Recorded: Oct 30 2018 5 mins
    This is the 1st screencast of the series "Quick tour of API Microgateway".
    The screencast will walk you through the steps of setting up a microgateway project using the in-built CLI tool coming with WSO2 API Microgateway. Follow our 2nd screencast to learn how to build and run a microgateway and invoke the APIs. (https://youtu.be/qnfJ14F6z_s)

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