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  • Approximate Queries on WSO2 Stream Processor: Use of Approximation Algorithms in an Applied Setting

    In this article, we describe an example real world application of API monitoring which benefits from using approximate stream processing. We developed the application on top of WSO2 Stream Processor as Siddhi extension. Siddhi is the complex event processing library which acts as the event processing engine of WSO2 Stream Processor.

  • Choosing the Right ESB for Your Integration Needs

    Kai Wähner explains the differences between an integration framework, an ESB and an integration suite, following with advice for selecting the right one from existing commercial and open source solutions.

  • Interview With Paul Fremantle On WSO2 Stratos

    WSO2 recently released Stratos an Open Source Cloud Computing Platform for Enterprise Application Development. WSO2 Stratos is built on top of and extends WSO2 Carbon an OSGi-compliant middleware. InfoQ interviewed Paul Fremantle CTO of WSO2 to talk about the product offering and provide insights into the roadmap and development of Stratos.

  • The Seven Fallacies of Business Process Execution

    After 8+ years of intense research, the promises of BPM have not materialized: we are still far from having the ability to use the business process models designed by business analysts to create complete executable solutions. Some argue that we need to re-engineer BPM standards. In this paper we explore a new architecture blueprint for BPMSs that offers a cleaner alignment between SOA and BPM.

  • Interview with Sanjiva Weerawarana: Debunking REST/WS-* Myths

    InfoQ had a chance to talk to WS-* expert and WSO2 CEO Sanjiva Weerawarana, one of the fathers and a firm advocate of the WS-* architectural vision, we questioned him on the WS-* platform and his views on Microsoft's role in standardization. Sanjiva also took the opportunity to address "WS-* and REST myths".

  • An Introduction to Web Services Reliable Messaging

    Web Services Reliable Messaging 1.1 is available as a new draft version of the OASIS specification originally released by Microsoft, IBM, BEA and others. WS-RM ensures messages can be delivered reliable over unreliable protocols such as HTTP. Paul Fremantle, co-chair of the OASIS technical committee, provides an introduction.

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