Participants will be encouraged to use their laptops to set up a cloud tenant during the hands-on workshop.
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) October 11, 2011
The dynamic nature of cloud computing provides a natural complement to modular middleware in giving IT professionals the agility to readily adapt their applications and services to changing demands. IT architects, developers and managers can gain insights into the synergies of these technologies and best practices for implementing them by attending the WSO2 workshop, “Carbon and Stratos: Understanding Cloud-Enabled Modular Middleware.”
The hands-on technical workshop will be led by WSO2 Co-founder and CTO Paul Fremantle. He will be joined by Atos Consulting Architect Jos Dirksen. Jos also is the co-author of “Open Source ESBs in Action” (published in 2007 by Manning) and author of “SOA Governance in Action” (to be published in 2012 by Manning). The one-day workshop will run October 20, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., at the Hotel Theater Figi, in Zeist, Netherlands. For more information, visit wso2.com/events/workshops/2011-october-netherlands-carbon-stratos-workshop.
Understanding Cloud-Enabled Modular Middleware
Together Paul and Jos will explore core cloud and service-oriented architecture (SOA) concepts around multi-tenancy, platform-as-a-service (PaaS), governance, and more. They will also examine how the 100% open source OSGi-compliant WSO2 Carbon middleware platform, WSO2 Stratos cloud middleware platform, and WSO2 StratosLive public PaaS provide a complete solution for enterprise computing—both on-premise and in the cloud. Participants in will be encouraged to use their laptops to set up a cloud tenant during the hands-on workshop.
Workshop session topics will include:
· WSO2 Carbon and OSGi: This session will focus on why an OSGi-compliant modular middleware is important. Attendees also will review the core model of WSO2 Carbon, including open source licensing, benefits and approaches.
· Understanding WSO2 ESB, Application Server, Data Services and Registry: Attendees will learn how the main components in WSO2 Carbon fit together, and they will explore the benefits of an enterprise service bus (ESB) based approach, integration and an SOA, and governance and monitoring.
· SOA Governance: In this session Jos will examine the practical side of SOA governance, and how IT professionals can use the WSO2 Governance Registry to help manage these practical aspects.
· Installing and Using Stratos: This session will introduce cloud middleware and PaaS, using WSO2 Stratos and WSO2 StratosLive. It also will examine the benefits of multi-tenancy, elasticity and metering in a cloud environment.
· Understanding the Stratos Services and Data in the Cloud: Attendees will take a deeper look at the internals of WSO2 Stratos; how to manage data in the cloud, including polyglot and multi-tenant data; and how to build Web applications that are delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS).
· Engagement Model: This final session will cover how WSO2 works—from agile development and Quickstart implementation models to licensing, business models, and case studies.
Leading the workshop will be Paul Fremantle, WSO2 co-founder and CTO, vice president of the Apache Software Foundation Synapse Project, and co-chair of the OASIS Web Services Reliable eXchange Technical Committee. He has contributed to the development of several middleware, Web service, and open source standards.
Featured guest speaker Jos Dirksen is an Atos Consulting architect and published author. He also is a recognized expert on middleware, enterprise integration, SOA governance, and enterprise architecture, who regularly speaks and gives courses on these subjects.
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