Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) September 04, 2013
Increasingly, application development teams are seeking to change the business-IT dynamic by transforming software delivery into an agile, on-demand application environment. WSO2 will explore best practices for addressing these challenges in a half-day workshop for IT architects and developers. The session will explore how to build enterprise private clouds and adopt DevOps practices to optimize business enablement and rapidly deliver applications using WSO2 App Factory, the platform as a service (PaaS) for DevOps and application lifecycle management (ALM).
Jointly presenting the “Building an Agile Development Team with DevOps and WSO2 App Factory” workshop will be WSO2 Vice President of Solutions Architecture Asanka Abeysinghe and WSO2 Vice President of Product Marketing John Mathon. The event will be held on Tuesday, September 10, from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., in Palo Alto, CA. Visit http://wso2.com/events/workshops/2013-september-palo-alto-building-an-agile-development-team-with-devops-and-wso2-app-factory for more information.
The workshop is designed for IT architects and developers seeking to effectively accelerate their application delivery by building enterprise private clouds and adopting DevOps practices. It will examine how WSO2 App Factory enables application development teams to implement DevOps practices, automate governance, and focus on business-oriented personalization, self-service, monetization and analytics. The session will be organized along five topics:
Asanka Abeysinghe, WSO2 vice president of solutions architecture, provides consulting and training for enterprise IT architects and developers. He also focuses on the company’s vertical market capabilities, including financial services. Asanka has more than a decade of experience implementing projects, from desktops and Web applications to highly scalable distributed systems and SOAs, mobile platforms, and business integration solutions.
John Mathon, WSO2 vice president of product marketing, has started companies, created numerous patents, and served as a visionary for enterprise software for more than 20 years. As a founder of TIBCO software and inventor of the publish/subscribe paradigm, he helped establish TIBCO as the world’s leading middleware provider. John also started Slam Dunk Networks (now known as Cloud Prime) and Mathon Systems in the DLP space, and he helped CA Technologies move to the cloud and software as a service.
About WSO2 App Factory
WSO2 App Factory provides an open source, open standards approach to cloud-enabled enterprise DevOps that enables continuous cloud delivery. It is built on—and integrates with—the award-winning 100% open source WSO2 Carbon enterprise middleware platform and WSO2 Stratos, the most complete platform as a service (PaaS) available.
A shared, self-service, multi-tenant and elastic enterprise DevOps platform, WSO2 App Factory empowers teams to collaboratively create, develop and deploy enterprise applications into cloud environments—without the delay of server provisioning. Robust governance and lifecycle management, including the ability to integrate with any software development lifecycle (SDLC) tools, ensure compliance with IT, corporate and government policies. At the same time, the ability to create an intuitive Apple or Google Marketplace-like storefront means developers can easily subscribe to and consume APIs, applications and gadgets.
For more information, visit the WSO2 App Factory Web page at http://wso2.com/cloud/app-factory.
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