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WSO2 Enterprise Integrator (WSO2 EI) version 6.5.0 is the next level of the ESB, which provides a powerful solution for integrating systems. WSO2 EI version 6.5.0 is the successor of version 6.4.0. 

WSO2 Enterprise Integrator already contains integration runtimes, microservices integration, message brokering, business process modeling, stream processing analytics, and visual tooling capabilities. For more information, see Overview.

For more information about this specific version of WSO2 EI, see the topics below.

What's new in this release

WSO2 EI 6.5.0 is a major release that is shipped with the features explained below.

Integration Studio: The new IDE for EI configuration development

  • Sleek design that gives a great graphical tooling experience.
  • Enhanced developer experience with built-in testing and debugging support.
  • Deploying in containers is made simple by providing a feature to create docker images from the studio itself.
  • Seamless experience in deploying integration projects into the WSO2 Integration Cloud.

Integrator

Micro Integrator: Cloud-native version of the Integrator

Compatible WSO2 product versions

For information on the Carbon platform version and Carbon Kernel version of WSO2 EI 6.5.0, see the Release Matrix. All WSO2 products that are based on specific Carbon Kernel versions. If you come across any compatibility issues, contact team WSO2. For information on the third-party software required with WSO2 EI 6.5.0, see Installation Prerequisites.

Fixed issues and improvements

For a list of fixed issues and improvements made for this release, see the following

Deprecated features

Following features are deprecated in this release and will be removed in the next release.

  • Management Console (This will be replaced with an alternative monitoring mechanism in a future release)
  • MSF4J profile (In the future we see more value to users from the WSO2 MSF4J GitHub project and its artifacts. This is because most of the microservice developers use it as a dependency rather than a server runtime. So it is our understanding that MSF4J is more useful to developers in its GitHub-based release cycle rather than packaging it in WSO2 Enterprise Integrator).
  • Priority Executors, Enqueue Mediator
  • Bean Mediator
  • POJO Command Mediator
  • Spring Mediator
  • Conditional Router Mediator
  • In and Out Mediators
  • Event Mediator and In memory Topics

Known issues

For a complete list of known issues in this release, see WSO2 EI - Open Issues and WSO2 Micro Integrator - Open Issues.

For instructions on upgrading to this release of WSO2 EI, see Upgrading from a Previous Release.

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