A cloud application platform environment will enhance development team agility, lower security risk, streamline application management, and raise server efficiency. However, while cloud application teams are familiar with using traditional virtual server tenancy to isolate applications, they realize at scale, that virtual server tenancy environments quickly experience overcast cloud conditions. The result is a proliferation of cloud machine instances, which increases the security risk, management burden, and operational expense. By contrast, a Java container multi-tenant environment will provide greater cloud scale while decreasing the server count and lowering the associated risk, burden and expense.
In this webinar, Chris Haddad, will provide an overview of how a shared Java container multi-tenant environment addresses development and operation teams’ requirements for enforcing security isolation, pooling database and user resources, and provisioning application environments.
Key topics Chris will cover include:
Chris Haddad is Vice President of Technology Evangelism at WSO2 and focuses on raising visibility, awareness and knowledge of the company’s products and services. Prior to WSO2, Chris led research teams as a vice president at Gartner and the Burton Group (acquired by Gartner in 2009), advising Fortune 500 enterprise organizations and technology infrastructure vendors on adoption strategies, architecture, product selection, governance, and organizational alignment.
|Thursday, 3rd May 2012|
|09:00 AM - 10:00 AM (PDT)|