WSO2 to Showcase WSO2 Stratos Cloud Platform at Structure 2010 Conference

WSO2 Will Demo New Cloud Middleware for Building Enterprise Cloud Applications, Provide Advance Copy of White Paper on Cloud-Native Implementations Mountain View, CA – June 16, 2010 – WSO2 today announced that the company is a Show Time Sponsor of the Structure 2010 conference on cloud computing. Throughout Structure 2010, WSO2 will demonstrate how to build enterprise cloud applications using WSO2 Stratos. Launched earlier this month, WSO2 Stratos is the first 100% open source cloud platform that provides all the middleware services required to create, manage and run enterprise cloud applications. Structure 2010 will be held June 23-24, 2010 at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco, CA.

Structure attendees who visit the WSO2 booth for a WSO2 Stratos demo can also get an advance copy of a new white paper, “Cloud Native: Essential Characteristics of Platform-as-a-Service Offerings.” The paper introduces a model for assessing the inherent capabilities of cloud platforms, assisting enterprise developers to deliver their applications with the full benefits of software-as-a-service (SaaS) to their users.

About WSO2 Stratos Cloud Platform

WSO2 Stratos builds on and extends the award-winning WSO2 Carbon open source middleware platform to offer organizations a fully hosted application platform-as-a-service (PaaS). WSO2 Stratos manages and deploys key services based on WSO2's production-quality runtime engines. Today, these include an enterprise service bus (ESB), portals, application server, identity management, governance and registry. Because WSO2 Stratos is based on WSO2 Carbon, applications can be migrated on premise, to a private cloud or to the public cloud. This provides unprecedented deployment flexibility, and for the first time, lets enterprises smoothly and safely migrate to the cloud—without the complexity or fear of vendor lock-in.

WSO2 Stratos, through its integration layer, installs onto any existing cloud infrastructure such as Eucalyptus, Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud, Amazon Elastic Computing Cloud (EC2), and VMware ESX, to name a few. Enterprises are never locked into a specific infrastructure provider or platform. For more information, visit .