WSO2 Webinar on May 3, 2012 Explores Best Practices for Using a Java Container to Securely and Effectively Partition Cloud Resources and Tenants Palo Alto, CA – April 26, 2012 – A cloud application platform environment can enhance development team agility, lower security risk, streamline application management, and raise server efficiency. However, cloud application teams are discovering that, at scale, traditional virtual server tenancy environments create a proliferation of cloud machine instances, which increase the security risk, management burden, and operational expense. In a new webinar, WSO2 will examine how an alternative approach—a Java container multi-tenant environment, such as WSO2 Stratos—can provide greater cloud scale while decreasing the server count and lowering the associated risk, burden and expense. The free one-hour technical webinar, “WSO2 Advantage Webinar: Using Cloud-Native WSO2 Stratos to Partition Resources and Tenants,” is being held on Thursday, May 3, from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Pacific. For more information, visit http://wso2.com/library/webinars/2012/05/wso2-advantage-webinar-using-cloudnative-wso2-stratos-partition-resources-tenants. Partitioning Resources and Tenants with WSO2 Stratos The webinar 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 will include:
- An overview of the cloud architecture components underpinning the cloud-native WSO2 Stratos cloud middleware platform.
- How operation teams specify resource sharing, partition tenants, and monitor service performance.
- How development teams register and provision WSO2 Stratos application platform services, service clusters, and cloud environments.
- How Java container multi-tenancy increases tenant density and decreases the cloud environment count.