[WSO2 Summer School 2012] Building a Cloud-Aware Application - Tuesday, June 19, 2012
By Dasunpriya Anuradha Mallikarachchi
- 19 Jun, 2012
|Building a Cloud-Aware Application||Webinar Recording|
Cloud-aware applications decrease server count and handle massive user load by elastically scaling, minimizing idle resources, and maximizing tenant density. Teams can architect and develop applications to minimize resource contention, reduce coordination choke points, and maximize resiliency. Traditional Web applications rely on cloud management services and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) to decide on when to spin up or tear down an entire application server instance. By contrast, cloud-enabled application platforms and platform as a service (PaaS) solutions can peer inside tenant traffic and further optimize the application’s cloud characteristics. In this session, Chris Haddad will describe:
- Why cloud-aware applications rise above Web applications
- When to make applications cloud aware
- How architects and developers can review existing Web applications, identify cloud anti-patterns, and propose effective cloud patterns.
Chris works closely with developers, architects, and C-level executives, as well as WSO2’s engineering team to increase WSO2 middleware technology adoption, enhance the Carbon and Stratos platforms, and maximize customer value.
Shankar is a senior software architect and chair of the cloud technologies management committee. Shankar focuses on the WSO2 Stratos cloud middleware platform and Carbon enterprise middleware kernel, and he has worked on the interoperability of Axis2/C and the WSO2 Web Services Framework (WSF). Additionally, Shankar has provided technology consulting on customer engagements, including cloud, enterprise service bus (ESB), governance, and mobile integration solutions.