WSO2 Publishes Technical Guide on Using WSO2 API Manager to Address the Entire API Lifecycle

Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2012

Increasingly, managed APIs are at the forefront of enterprise business strategy as a means of extending information and processes to customers, partners and other groups within the organization. Many traditional service-oriented architecture (SOA) and integration platforms provide some level of API management functionality, but IT organizations still have to add third-party products to implement a complete solution. WSO2 has published a new technical white paper that examines how the WSO2 API Manager addresses enterprises API management demands with a complete offering that includes a portal, gateway, key issuing and validation, analytics, and monitoring.

The new WSO2 white paper, WSO2 and API Management A Technical Evaluation Guide, is designed for developers, architects, and systems administrators, who wish to learn more about APIs that are advertised and available, secure, managed, monitored and monetized. It provides a technical introduction to WSO2 API Manager and additional components of the award-winning WSO2 Carbon middleware platform, examining how key features and core capabilities address the entire API lifecycle. Additionally, the paper highlights how WSO2s API management functionality is based on proven technology that is powering Fortune 500 companies. To download the paper, visit:

For additional insights into API creation and management best practices, WSO2 has launched the Practical Guide to API Management webinar series. The free sessions are in progress now through December 5, 2012. To learn more and sign up, visit

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