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  • 1. WSO2 Technical Update 2012 in review Paul FremantleChief Technology Officer and Co- Founder
  • 2. WSO2 Product Offerings Carbon Middleware Platform Developer Studio Stratos PaaS Foundation App Factory StratosController File Task Meter Iden. ty Logging Security Registry Data Storage Mgmt and App Fac t o r y ! MgmtFoundation! Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Billing Service App Fac t o r y ! PaaS! StratosController App Fac t o r y ! App Fac t o r y ! Elas. c Cloud Artefact Deployment Management Load Load Controller/ Distribu. on Synchroniser Console Monitor Balancer Autoscaler Service
  • 3. Major Releases• Carbon 4.0 – Major updates of all products• New (or completely updated): – WSO2 API Manager 1.x – WSO2 Storage Server 1.0 – WSO2 Business Activity Monitor 2.0 – WSO2 Complex Event Processor 2.0 / Siddhi – WSO2 Message Broker 2.0 – Jaggery 0.9
  • 4. WSO2 Product Offerings Carbon Middleware Platform Developer Studio Stratos PaaS Foundation App Factory StratosController File Task Meter Iden. ty Logging Security Registry Data Storage Mgmt and App Fac t o r y ! MgmtFoundation! Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Billing Service App Fac t o r y ! PaaS! StratosController App Fac t o r y ! App Fac t o r y ! Elas. c Cloud Artefact Deployment Management Load Load Controller/ Distribu. on Synchroniser Console Monitor Balancer Autoscaler Service
  • 5. WSO2 Carbon Enterprise Middleware Platform 5
  • 6. Carbon Core improvements and new features• Enhanced Deployment Synchronizer• Deployment performance improvements• Management & worker node separation• JDK 1.7 support• Better integration with Tomcat 7• Upgrading Equinox SDK (OSGi runtime) to v3.7• P2 Repository: Features grouped by product• Multi-tenancy in Carbon
  • 7. WSO2 ESB in 2012• API definitions / improved REST support• Improved JSON support and better performance• Mediation Libraries – Better support for plugging in cloud adapters and new connectors• MSMQ support• SAP Adapter IDocs and experimental BAPI• Increased performance (ongoing work)
  • 8. WSO2 App Server in 2012• Jaggery support• CXF support for JAX-WS and JAX-RS• Much improved Tomcat support – Now uses Tomcat configuration directly• Incorporation of Mashup Server capabilities• Data Services updates• All C4 improvements
  • 9. Governance Registry in 2012• Notification bar• SCM plugin support for Github/SVN/etc• RXT improvements for meta-modelling• Automatic APIs for RXTs• Lifecycle Audit• Improved Reporting• and much much more
  • 10. Identity Server in 2012• XACML 3.0• OAUTH 2.0• SCIM 1.1• IWA Authenticator• Support for Multiple User Stores• WS-XACML• SAML2 Basic Attribute Profile• Read/Write Active Directory User Store Manager• Plus much more
  • 11. API Ecosystem Model
  • 12. • A simple Server Side Javascript runtime • Available as a standalone runtime as well (http://jaggery.io) • Not aiming to compete with node.js but will run on top of node.js in the future • Currently runs on rhino • We used Jaggery to build the API Store in API Manager • Can embed Gadgets into .jag files • Closes the gap between Web apps from Web services by allowing one to create both applications and APIs at the same time.
  • 13. Who is Jaggery for?Teams or organizations who:• Currently use Java/Tomcat now looking for dynamic language support• Want to rapidly create websites, REST services and mobile sites – Using Javascript and HTML only to focus the skills required• Want high productivity and a robust framework that works using existing effective infrastructure• Wish to migrate from using PHP or similar frameworks to a more robust, manageable approach• Wish to have a simple script/doc-oriented/HTML based approach for the front-end – and a robust SOA infrastructure for the backend
  • 14. BAM 2.0 ArchitectureBig Data for Analytics
  • 15. Scalable Analytics Deployment
  • 16. WSO2 CEP
  • 17. WSO2 CEP Server 2.0• High performance Thrift transport – Supports same data publishers as BAM2.0• Management UI improvements• Develop Studio mode• New pluggable CEP engine Siddhi – A high performance Java engine – Written by WSO2 team – Available standalone or in CEP Server from allStockQuotesStream#window.time(120000) insert into fastMovingStockQuotesStream symbol,avg(price) as avgPrice, price group by symbol having ((price > (avgPrice*1.02)) or ((avgPrice*0.98)>price ));
  • 18. Performance of WSO2 CEPSimple filter without window from StockTick[price >6] return symbol, price
  • 19. WSO2 Product Offerings Carbon Middleware Platform Developer Studio Stratos PaaS Foundation App Factory StratosController File Task Meter Iden. ty Logging Security Registry Data Storage Mgmt and App Fac t o r y ! MgmtFoundation! Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Billing Service App Fac t o r y ! PaaS! StratosController App Fac t o r y ! App Fac t o r y ! Elas. c Cloud Artefact Deployment Management Load Load Controller/ Distribu. on Synchroniser Console Monitor Balancer Autoscaler Service
  • 20. Developer Studio 2.1Develop and Deploy• Apache Axis2 services• Apache CXF services• JAX-WS services• Data services for WSO2 Data Services Server• BPEL processes for Apache ODE and WSO2 Business Process Server• ESB artifacts for Apache Synapse and WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus• Registry resources for WSO2 Governance Registry• Webapps for Apache Tomcat and WSO2 Application Server• Gadgets for Apache Shindig and WSO2 Gadget Server
  • 21. New capabilities in alpha/preview• ESB 4.6.0 – Focus on performance• Developer Studio 3.0.0 – New flow-based ESB tooling• Stratos 2.0 – Focus on polyglot runtime• App Factory 1.0 – Cloud-based development
  • 22. Graphical Flow Editor for ESB Developer Studio 3.0
  • 23. WSO2 Product Offerings Carbon Middleware Platform Developer Studio Stratos PaaS Foundation App Factory StratosController File Task Meter Iden. ty Logging Security Registry Data Storage Mgmt and App Fac t o r y ! MgmtFoundation! Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Billing Service App Fac t o r y ! PaaS! StratosController App Fac t o r y ! App Fac t o r y ! Elas. c Cloud Artefact Deployment Management Load Load Controller/ Distribu. on Synchroniser Console Monitor Balancer Autoscaler Service
  • 24. Stratos 2.0 Alpha Available now• Support for multiple languages and runtimes (PHP, Jetty, plus extensible) • New Cartridge model allows new languages and frameworks to be plugged in • Supports existing VM-based IaaS but also enables lightweight LXC model• Support for more IaaS providers (vmWare, EC2, OpenStack, CloudStack, Rackspace, etc) via jclouds • Supports a single Stratos deployment over multiple IaaS (hybrid cloud)• Puppet based deployment• Improved logging model• Smaller minimum footprint• Improved autoscaling and ELB
  • 25. WSO2 Stratos Cloud ArchitectureWSO2 Stratos Platform as a Service Application Platform Middleware Containers and Services Carbon Carbon Any Enterprise Application Other Carbon PHP Pluggable Service Bus Server Cartridges Cartridge Cartridge Cartridge CartridgeStratos Foundation Services Relational Column File Task Message Logging Security Registry Billing Data Storage Storage Mgmt Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Stratos PaaS Controller Elastic Cloud Artefact PaaS Service Load Controller/ Distribution Deployment Management Load Balancer Auto-scaler Service Synchroniser Console Monitor Infrastructure Cloud (EC2, vmWare, Rackspace, OpenStack, Eucalyptus, etc)
  • 26. Understanding Cartridges• A cartridge is a package of code/configuration that plugs into Stratos to offer a new PaaS Service – e.g. Carbon ESB cartridge plugs in to provide a Stratos ESB-as-a-Service – PHP Cartridge plugs in to provide PHP-as-a-Service• A cartridge is a VM image plus config – In Stratos 2.0 you need a VM per IaaS • e.g. need to create both EC2 and LXC image to use on both IaaS
  • 27. Virtualization models Stratos 2.0 supports all these Pure hardware models (in combination too) Virtual MachineIsolation LXC Shared Process (e.g. Carbon MT) Resource Utilization
  • 28. WSO2 Product Offerings Carbon Middleware Platform Developer Studio Stratos PaaS Foundation App Factory StratosController File Task Meter Iden. ty Logging Security Registry Data Storage Mgmt and App Fac t o r y ! MgmtFoundation! Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Billing Service App Fac t o r y ! PaaS! StratosController App Fac t o r y ! App Fac t o r y ! Elas. c Cloud Artefact Deployment Management Load Load Controller/ Distribu. on Synchroniser Console Monitor Balancer Autoscaler Service
  • 29. App Factory• Cradle-to-grave platform for enterprise applications Project and Team Management – Create project, SCM, Continuous Deployment Software development continuous build, automated workflow testing, lifecycle management, dev/test/prod deployment Test Automation Governance and Compliance environments, versioning, retirement• Sits on Stratos – Apps can be Carbon apps or Continuous Development Integration Dashboards others via pluggable Stratos cartridges• Deployments Continuous Build Develop Code – Ecosystem around an enterprise Source Control Issue Tracking – Inside the enterprise as ITaaS12/21/2012 29
  • 30. Open Source DevOps, Agile, and Cloud Tooling Project and Team Management Software Continuous development App Factory Deployment workflow Governance Test and Automation App Factory Compliance Continuous Development Integration App Factory Dashboards App Factory Continuous Develop Build Code Source Issue Control Tracking12/21/2012 30
  • 31. AppFactory uses and examples• Regulated industries - healthcare, banking, betting, government, military: – Create a conformance environment where all applications meet regulatory requirements – e.g. Betfair App Cloud• Ecosystem: – Create an ecosystem app cloud where partners can create and deploy apps – e.g. Betfair, Boeing, Telco, etc• Customization layer for existing SaaS: – Create an environment where users can add function or customize an existing PaaS, e.g. SugarCRM• System Integrators: – Create a managed application space where SIs can create, deploy and manage applications for their customers – Make SI applications repeatable and more effective• Internal Agility: – Speed up development of internal apps and integration
  • 32. 12/21/2012 32
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  • 35. Case Studies in 2012• 2Degrees Mobile – middleware for telcos• AAA Ohio – building a mobile app• eBay webinar – handling 1bn API calls/day• FPDigital joint webinar on OEM• Workshop with Suva’s Igor Berchtold• John Keels – SAP integration with Point of Sale• and many more
  • 36. Focus areas for 2013• Continued evolution of our tooling• Focus on Cloud integration – Cloud adapters: Twilio, Fedex, LinkedIn, etc• Stratos 2.0• App Factory• API Management
  • 37. Summary• 2012 has been a good year for WSO2 – Significant customer growth – Focus on scalability and deployment – Continued strong R&D – major enhancements to existing products plus new product development – Move to become a strong player in API Management• 2013 looks even better – App Factory 1.0 and Stratos 2.0 – ESB 4.6.0 and Dev Studio 3.0.0 – WSO2Con 2013 in London
  • 38. Questions?