When adopting a PaaS, IT professionals need to determine how to pay for the new technology, environments and tooling that will be required to support this implementation.
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
When adopting a platform-as-a-service (PaaS), IT professionals need to determine how to pay for the new technology, environments and tooling that will be required to support this implementation. A cloud friendly deployment model—one that is based on shared resource pools instead of traditional middleware platform silos—will reduce the operations expense and minimize the PaaS investment cost. To address these issues, WSO2 will present a free webinar that describes an architecture decision framework, a total cost of ownership (TCO) methodology, and example scenarios highlighting how to pay for PaaS adoption.
The one-hour technical session, “Paying for Platform-as-a-Service," is being held on Tuesday, August 7, from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. PDT. For more information, visit http://wso2.org/library/webinars/2012/08/paying-for-platform-as-a-service.
The webinar will be presented by Chris Haddad, WSO2 vice president of technology evangelism, who works closely with developers, architects, and C-level executives to increase WSO2 technology adoption, improve the middleware platform, and maximize customer value. He has been advising Fortune 500 companies and charting a vision toward “Cloud 2020,” both in his current role and as a former research vice president at the Burton Group and Gartner.
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