Reinventing Enterprise IT Around APIs and Apps - Tuesday, April 23, 2013

  • By Kushlani De Silva
  • 23 Apr, 2013

Your team is facing a perfect storm; a deluge of Big Data, strategic business demands, and application requirements; a tempest of outdated IT infrastructure, processes, and tooling; and a breakup of traditional business models and interaction patterns. Traditional IT storm realities result in significant unmet business demands, long lag time before delivery, expensive solution price tags, ineffective policy enforcement, and uneven compliance. To survive the storm, transform your IT group into a rapid response team, empower business teams to safely satisfy their IT needs, and enable your IT group to become the solutions provider of choice. In this session, John Mathon, VP Product Marketing will describe how

  • Business users can safely and efficiently fulfill their IT needs.
  • IT can efficiently supports the long tail of user strategy and priorities.
  • Infrastructure, process, and tooling can consistently and automatically enforce compliance and governance policies.

John will present success stories illustrating how WSO2 customers are successfully re-inventing the application platform and re-thinking application delivery with WSO2 Cloud Platforms, Enterprise DevOps, and a complete open source middleware platform.

Presenters
John Mathon VP, Product Marketing John Mathon joined WSO2 in 2013 and he currently serves as Vice President of Product Marketing. As a founder of TIBCO software and inventor of the publish / subscribe paradigm he helped establish TIBCO as the leading middleware provider in the world. He has spent more than 20 years working on enterprise software for corporations worldwide. Prior to joining WSO2 John started other companies, created numerous patents and has been a visionary for enterprise software. Besides TIBCO he started Slam Dunk Networks now known as Cloud Prime, Mathon Systems in the DLP space, has helped CA Technologies move to the cloud and SaaS.
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