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Platform-as-a-Service for Private Clouds: WSO2 Stratos


Private Cloud. Everyone's talking about it. But what can private cloud computing actually do for your organization?

At WSO2 we have a clear vision. Because we know that realizing the real potential of private cloud computing means more than just dynamic virtualization. To gain the maximum value of a private cloud, you’ve got to have software that understands the cloud infrastructure it lives on. You need a "cloud native platform."

Join WSO2’s award-winning CTO, Paul Fremantle, for this important Webinar. You’ll not only learn how to kick start your private cloud, but you’ll also deepen your understanding about the future of cloud computing across the industry. Paul will cover these topics and more:

  • The 5 key characteristics of ""cloud native"" software.
  • How to get started with private cloud computing and get real returns on your investment
  • Where SOA belongs in a future Cloud-based IT organization
  • How Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) enables you to get more out of both private and public clouds
  • Preview of the capabilities of WSO2’s cloud native platform – WSO2 Stratus

 Who should attend:

Enterprise application developers, architects, and CTOs

We look forward to hearing from you - and meeting with you on the Web!  


Paul Fremantle CTO, WSO2

Co-founder and currently CTO, Paul spearheads WSO2’s overall product strategy. His previous role at WSO2 was vice president of technical sales where he led the development of the groundbreaking WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus.

Paul was a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM for 9 years. At IBM, Paul created the Web Services Gateway, and led the team that developed and shipped it as part of the WebSphere Application Server. He was in the team that put the Service Integration Bus technology into WebSphere Application Server 6. He was also the key WebSphere technical sales lead for Europe, working closely with development to manage beta programmes, develop training materials, and enable first-of-a-kind J2EE projects.

Paul has published many articles, both on the Web and in traditional forms, and has spoken at numerous industry conferences, including ApacheCon, Colorado Software Summit, XML Europe, Software Architecture, and others. Paul has published two books: Building Web Services in Java, 2nd Edition, and The XML Files. For more info:

WSO2, Inc.
Jul 6, 2010, 07:00 EDT (11:00 GMT)

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