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The Cloud promises to be a quick and simple way to deploy your applications, but you need more than just virtualized infrastructure to deploy and run your applications successfully. That's why Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) with public services like Google App Engine, Heroku, EngineYard, and DotCloud have gained popularity.
As corporate mandates on data security and privacy compliance drive enterprises to adopt cloud strategies, how do you leverage the benefits of a PaaS that is secure, private, and customizable if your company doesn't permit you to use a public PaaS?
Much like open source, developers are adopting the cloud, whether the enterprise is ready or not. How do you keep your data private - whether for the sake of security, intellectual property privacy, or mandated privacy regulations?
Learn how a private PaaS can provide enterprise-ready flexibility, support, and ease of deployment for accelerated time-to-market of new and existing applications within your own secure, private cloud.
About the speakers
John Rymer, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
John serves Application Development & Delivery Professionals. He is a leading expert on enterprise middleware. Included in his coverage are the Java/J2EE application servers from IBM, Red Hat JBoss, Oracle, and SAP, as well as Microsoft's .NET platform, and platform-as-a-service offerings. John is an authority on the enterprise strategies of IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and SAP. John contributes to Forrester's coverage of business rules platforms, Microsoft SharePoint, and complex event processing.
Bart Copeland, President & CEO, ActiveState Software
As President & CEO of ActiveState Software, Bart Copeland brings more than twenty years of management, finance, and technology business experience to his role. With a passion for technologies that help people lead more productive and enjoyable lives, Bart is currently focused on ActiveState’s private platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering, Stackato.
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