By extending the JVM, instead of changing the software application, Waratek has created a breakthrough innovation, empowering existing Java applications with cloud characteristics at runtime.
(PRWEB) June 20, 2012
"Waratek, the Cloud VM for Java, will future-proof the trillions of dollars invested by businesses and the time invested by the Java community in acquiring skills and writing Java applications," says John Matthew Holt, founder and CTO of Waratek. "Our multitenant technology enables Java to thrive in the Cloud.”
Holt will be speaking at the Red Hat Summit on June 27th, which is taking place in Boston, where he will explain how the Waratek Cloud VM for Java enables existing Java investments to immediately acquire key cloud characteristics.
"They will benefit from genuine multitenancy, granular elasticity, instant scalability, and real-time metering and prioritization of resource use, by application. Such features preserve an organization’s current Java investment, reducing operating costs and preventing the need for massive re-investment to maintain a competitive position.
By extending the JVM, instead of changing the software application, Waratek has created a breakthrough innovation, empowering existing Java applications with cloud characteristics at runtime. It also enables all Java developers to write the most advanced new solutions for cloud platforms. This means all your Java applications will run on the Cloud" says Holt.
A dynamic start-up, Waratek is a 30-strong team of seasoned IT professionals, drawn from around the world to a Dublin headquarters where extensive and revolutionary research has led to more than 50 international patents culminating in game-changing cloud technology. The company is focused on providing enterprise customers, data centres and cloud providers with disruptive technologies to advance the performance and reliability of application infrastructure while significantly reducing costs.