Rapid growth in the number of applications generated today demand a managed approach for the application delivery process. The question is can enterprise app dev models handle high volumes while adhering to the desired governance process? The challenge lies in gaining rapid access to server and application resources within development, test, and production environments. In addition provisioning Software Development Life-Cycle (SDLC) tools can also delay the app delivery process.
The above problems mainly arise because of disconnected infrastructure, technology, people, process, and information flows. The new WSO2 App Factory revolutionizes the app delivery process by providing a platform for managed application development for the entire lifecycle of applications.
The WSO2 App Factory supports creating, developing, and deploying applications to different lifecycle environments with a single click. It integrates with existing tools to provide a complete software development life cycle (SDLC) toolchain including source control, build management, and deployment. This enables an agile, on-demand application development environment that helps transform how you manage your business IT.
Join Dimuthu Leelarathne on this webinar where she discusses how the WSO2 App Factory
- Supports managed application development
- Can be customized to existing governance policies
- Integrates to existing infrastructure
- Seamlessly engages with WSO2 Governance Registry
- Support application development to public and private clouds
- Can be used to develop any kind of application
- Allows sharing infrastructure among all applications
Dimuthu will also demonstrate the integrated developer experience of WSO2 middleware with WSO2 Developer Studio.
Dimuthu joined WSO2 in December 2006. She an architect and co-chair of the platform technologies management committee, who focuses on cloud technologies, the WSO2 Carbon Framework, and WSO2 Identity Server.
Dimuthu is an expert in Java and Java-related technologies. She was an initial team member of the Axis-Mora project which served as proof of concept for Apache Axis2. where she overlooked the de-serialization process in this project. Dimuthu is an Apache committer and a member of the Axis2 Project Management Committee. In addition to Apache Axis2, she also has contributed to the Apache Rampart and WSS4J projects.