<-SM-> Enterprise Use Case Webinar - Exploring Scalability, Availability & Deployment Management with WSO2 Carbon - Thursday, October 4, 2012

Enterprise Use Case Webinar - Exploring Scalability, Availability & Deployment Management with WSO2 Carbon - Thursday, October 4, 2012

  • By Kushlani De Silva
  • 4 Oct, 2012

Scalability, availability and management are key requirements for today’s enterprise deployments. Deployment partitioning, load balancing, auto-scaling, separation of management & monitoring, and lazy loading are some of the well known techniques in the industry, that address these concerns.

The WSO2 Governance Registry is the central repository management product of the WSO2 SOA platform. It is a single product that utilizes its lifecycle management functionality to move configuration artifacts and descriptions (such as Services, WSDLs and WADLs) between development, test, and production environments.

Multi-tenancy allows processes to be optimally shared by several tenants. However, to scale out to support large number of tenants, the tenants have to be partitioned. Once partitions are created, requests have to be dispatched to the proper partitions according to the load balancing specified policies. Another critical aspect in optimizing resource usage is lazy loading of deployment artifact, which will ensure that only the required artifacts are loaded at any given time. This allows you to optimally share the available resources in your infrastructure amongst many tenants.

WSO2 Carbon is the award-winning Cloud-enabled middleware platform, covering the entire middleware spectrum including application hosting, mediation, business processes, monitoring and presentation. WSO2 Carbon supports process level multi-tenancy and can easily handle the above scenarios.

Join Afkham Azeez, Director of Architecture at WSO2 as he introduces the different aspects of the WSO2 Carbon platform in terms of scalability, availability and deployment management.

The webinar will cover

  • Setting up clusters fronted by WSO2 Elastic Load Balancer.
  • Tenant based cluster partitioning.
  • Assigning complete clusters to specific tenants aka private jet mode.
  • Separation of worker & management nodes.
  • Lazy loading deployment artifacts.

Various deployment architectures and deployment patterns will also be discussed. If you are an enterprise architect or in DevOps looking to learn how to choose the optimal deployment architecture to meet your scalability, availability and deployment management requirements, then this webinar is for you!

Afkham Azeez Director, Architecture Afkham Azeez joined WSO2 in December 2005, and he has served as director of architecture since 2011. In this role, he drives efforts focused on the development and enhancement of WSO2 middleware. Azeez is an elected member of the Apache Software Foundation and also a Project Management Committee member and long-time committer for a number of projects. He specializes in distributed computing, highly available and scalable applications, Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition (J2EE) technologies, and service-oriented architecture.