To serve enterprise organization needs, PaaS, NoOps, and fast code deployment must be grounded in effective automated governance. Automated governance enables application and infrastructure services to efficiently scale across numerous consumers and providers while effectively monetizing, maintaining, and securing consumer-provider interactions.Â Effective automated governance mitigates risks, improves performance, and facilitates correct actions.
Ten years after the rise of Service Oriented Architecture, many organizations have identified and published services as shared assets, however teams and partners often continue to invest considerable time and resources when building new solutions.Â Many teams experience rapid portfolio proliferation and sprawl, but not enhanced portfolio efficiency or business agility. Achieving business agility requires the growth of development partnerships and interactions, which should span both internal and external teams.
Traditional SOA and integration platforms enable rapid development, but they provide little business partnership support. Teams commonly operate independently and autonomously. Hundreds of people write new APIs and services; few people know:
- who is consuming APIs and services,
- who is writing re-usable APIs and services, or
- how APIs and services are being used.
WSO2, the lean enterprise middleware provider,Â announced that it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the â€œVisionariesâ€ quadrant of a new report, Magic Quadrant for SOA Governance Technologies