WSO2 App Factory: Managing your enterprise app development from start to finish - Wednesday, November 13, 2013

  • By Kushlani De Silva
  • 13 Nov, 2013
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Self-service and governance are valuable not just at the production stage, but throughout the software lifecycle from development through testing to deployment and maintenance. The WSO2 platform fully supports this with its new App Factory product.

WSO2 App Factory is a multi-tenant, elastic, and self-service Enterprise DevOps platform that enables multiple project teams to collaboratively create, run, and manage enterprise applications. WSO2 App factory triumphs over its competition by helping you to

  • Reduce development, and time and cost.
  • App Factory provides a self-service environment with automatic application lifecycle management (ALM). Each aspect of development process is automated targeting to improve efficiency.

  • Increase innovation around your PaaS.
  • App Factory can provide a comprehensive DevOps platform around your PaaS that would drive innovation encouraging more developers to innovate on top of the PaaS. A comprehensive PaaS eco system would ensure the wide usage of the PaaS.

  • Enable increased collaboration.
  • Comprehensive dashboards will provide continuous feedback on the status of the development, which would enable status updates and rapidly adapt. App Factory can offer a highly regulated business service to all parties interested in the application development process.

Join me on this one-hour webinar where I will further discuss these reasons and demonstrate why WSO2 App Factory should be a part of your IT infrastructure.

Dimuthu Leelarathne Architect 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.