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Webinar: Python on the Cloud: Best Practices for Application Deployment on the Cloud
by Kendra Penrose

Kendra Penrose, March 9, 2011

Python on the Cloud: Best Practices for Application Deployment on the Cloud

Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Time: 11 am PST/ 2 pm EST

Whether you are a start-up deploying your first web application, an ISV porting your applications to the cloud, or in-house IT developing new corporate applications to a cloud-based infrastructure, cloud computing is on every CTO and CIO's mind.

Transitioning to the cloud is a complex decision and process. It can be an excellent opportunity to re-architect older applications and infrastructure. Or, the risk of moving sensitive data and applications to an emerging infrastructure might exceed your tolerance. Register for this webcast to hear practical recommendations to make that transition as seamlessly as possible, on your own terms.

Where and how do you start? What are your infrastructure and language options in the cloud?

Join Amazon Web Services' Jinesh Varia and ActiveState's Diane Mueller to learn best practices for building & deploying web applications to the cloud with Python. They will discuss and demonstrate how a simple web interface gives developers complete control of computing resources, enabling you to develop, deploy, and scale in the cloud with ease. Register now!

You will learn:

  • How to reduce IT costs and accelerate time-to-deployment with cloud-based infrastructure
  • How you can develop powerful applications faster with Python
  • How to spin up your own Amazon Machine Image (AMI) with ActiveState's vetted LAMP stack
  • How to connect and build enterprise-grade infrastructure to support and manage your deployment
  • How to leverage Python to deliver scalable, enterprise-class applications on the cloud
  • How to scale easily with on-demand infrastructure

If you are ready to take your applications to the cloud, then you don't want to miss this webinar!

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Kendra Penrose is our Marketing and Communications Manager. When she isn't "marketing and communicating" she can be found hiking, doing yoga, listening to tunes, eating yummy food, and hanging out with family and friends. She originally hails from the non-profit sector but has found her home in IT.