Business&Integration Arch Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
14 October 20
If you are using open-source, it's not expensive. If you choose to upgrade to get enterprise support, then you need a subscription and it has a cost. I am not using the enterprise support and I don't have a subscription. Therefore, I'm not technically paying for the product at all.
I am a Senior Information Technology Consultant for an Oil and Energy company.
We are currently evaluating Mulesoft Anypoint API Manager and WSO2 API Manager. What are the main differences between the two? Which do you recommend?
Thanks! I appreciate the help.
Vice President - Competency and Channels at Techwave.
02 January 20
We have evaluated WS02, APIGEE, MuleSoft in the past and based on our selection criteria all three scored pretty close with APIGEE with overall high score with a very small difference. However, based on the key driver each one has an advantage such as WS02 on licensing, APIGEE on performance throughput and MuleSoft on robust integration platform. For more information please reach out to me at email@example.com
System Analyst at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
30 March 20
I think the main difference is that WSO2 is open source and you can free download to use it in your on premises platform. But if you are willing to pay for a fully developed product, Mulesoft will provide better support in your full development of API cycle. You may consider their local support for further evaluation. I think the level of support offered by the product vendor is a key consideration for your choice.