WSO2 Cloud – A Match Made in Heaven

By Yenlo
Length 65 minutes

In this webinar

For an increasing number of organizations, the cloud is part of the IT landscape. If you’re not a cloud user yet, or if you want to know more about WSO2 Cloud, this webinar is the one for you.

In this webinar, we take a closer look at ‘the cloud’, its different types (private, public, hybrid, and community), and the services WSO2 has to offer:

  • Public Cloud (Beta of WSO2 API Manager and WSO2 App Manager)
  • Managed WSO2 Cloud (European Region)

We will perform a live demonstration of the WSO2 Public Cloud API Manager. We will show you its speed and user friendliness and how to get access to its services. We will explain the Managed WSO2 Cloud proposition: the offer, the pay-per-use model, the benefits, and much more.

Isuru Wimalasundera (WSO2) and Rob Blaauboer (Yenlo) will discuss the different cloud services, the Public Cloud, and the Managed WSO2 Cloud. Topics include:

  • What is the right cloud for you? When do you choose a private, hybrid, or public cloud?
  • What are the prerequisites and which service level agreement is in place?
  • Deployment on other cloud providers (and/or in other regions)
  • Differences between Managed Cloud and Public Cloud offerings
Isuru Wimalasundera

Isuru Wimalasundera

Isuru is a Senior Software Engineer on the Governance Registry team at WSO2. He began his career at WSO2 as an intern (2009-2010), working on both the WSO2 Business Process Server and WSO2 Business Activity Monitor teams. His areas of specialization include Java enterprise technologies, SOA implementation, Web services and Axis2 related technologies and completed his final year dissertation on designing and implementing Distributed Debugging/Monitoring tools for SOA developers. He holds a first-class Honors degree in Software Engineering from the Informatics Institute of Technology, Sri Lanka which is affiliated to the University of Westminster, UK.

Rob Blaauboer

Rob Blaauboer

Rob is an Integration Consultant & WSO2 Trainer with more than twenty year experience. In addition to his work he is an active blogger working on a number of articles on the ‘Internet of Things’ and a WSO2 ‘Getting Started with …’ series (WSO2 tutorial) in which he talks about WSO2 components and their purpose especially aimed at non-technical readers. Rob is a WSO2 expert and official WSO2 trainer.

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