WSO2 Private PaaS
Enterprises always look for agile environments to deploy applications quickly on-site or in the cloud, which run efficiently and scale elastically to meet their shifting demands. WSO2 PaaS Framework is the perfect answer that extends the flexibility and innovation achieved from implementing heterogeneous environments on-premises, into the cloud. WSO2 Private PaaS (formerly “Stratos”, currently in the incubator phase becoming Apache Stratos) is the most complete, enterprise-grade cloud solution, offering an open Platform as a Service (PaaS).
The latest version features an all-new comprehensive cartridge-based architecture that combines support for heterogeneous applications and service-oriented architecture (SOA) platform runtime with native, secure multi-tenancy. Enterprises and DevOps teams no longer have to make trade-offs between the flexibility to work with their preferred systems, and the ability to capitalize on multi-tenant PaaS benefits. With WSO2 Private PaaS, your company does no longer have to compromise.
Delivers standard, on-premise, application, integration, data, identity, governance, and analytic Platform as a Service to your IT project teams. WSO2 Private PaaS is a complete, multi tenant, self-service, metered, middleware cloud for complex, enterprise-ready projects.
WSO2 solution & benefits
WSO2 Private PaaS supports heterogeneous environments in the cloud-both through the new plug-in simplicity of adding third-party cartridges, and expanded support for IaaS platforms that enterprises run today.
Giving you all the power of cloud, WSO2 Private PaaS includes the WSO2 Apache Stratos (Incubating) PaaS Foundation; all pre-integrated, cloud-ready, and fully multi-tenant WSO2 Carbon middleware products; and cartridges for PHP, TomCat and MySQL.
Developers and third-party vendors also can develop their own cartridges through the use of jclouds – an Apache incubator project – and also offers the ability to run on almost any infrastructure as a service (IaaS) cloud, including SUSE cloud and other OpenStack-based offerings, VMware, Eucalyptus, and Amazon Elastic Computing Cloud (EC2).