Building a SaaS application with the WSO2 platform - Tuesday, August 06, 2013
By Kushlani De Silva
- 6 Aug, 2013
SaaS applications present a personalized client experience while maximizing performance and efficiency. Creating SaaS applications requires detailed knowledge of multi-tenancy, contextual personalization, declarative programming, and infrastructure scaling. Many teams are challenged by the specialized knowledge required to create a SaaS application on a legacy Java platform. WSO2’s integrated Stratos platform provides a SaaS platform that enables you to rapidly create SaaS applications with a minimal learning curve.
In this session, Chris Haddad and John Mathon will describe:
- Why SaaS applications enhance business value.
- What capabilities separate SaaS applications from Web applications.
- How to build a SaaS application with the WSO2 Platform.
VP, Technology Evangelism
Chris Haddad joined WSO2 as vice president of technology evangelism in 2011. In this role, Chris is raising visibility, awareness, and knowledge of the unique advantages provided by WSO2’s lean, fully componentized, open source middleware for on-premise and the cloud.
Chris works closely with developers, architects, or C-level executives to increase WSO2 technology adoption, improve the middleware platform, and maximize customer value. He also works closely with WSO2’s engineering team to define the product roadmaps for WSO2’s Carbon and Stratos platforms.
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.