While companies move their applications to the cloud to capitalize on the model of instant virtual machine provisioning, IT organizations are seeking that same flexibility for in-house applications to avoid the typical delay associated with setting up a complete development or test environment. The partnership between SUSE and WSO2 delivers a fully-certified and supported enterprise-ready development environment whether deploying in a traditional middleware/operating system or PaaS setting.
WSO2 & SUSE
WSO2 and SUSE have teamed up to provide validated, enterprise-ready open source Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and middleware solutions for private cloud and on-premise deployments. These proven joint solutions are based on open standards, open APIs and open communities to help ensure that prior technology investments are not made obsolete and that new investments are future-proof by a shift to cloud computing. This gives you the freedom and flexibility to design the solution you need and quickly respond to changing business requirements.
By running easy-to-implement WSO2 Carbon middleware and WSO2 Stratos PaaS on top of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and SUSE Cloud, IT Operations and Enterprise Development can work together to rapidly meet new business requirements in a secure and compliant manner. Based on the WSO2 Carbon framework, WSO2 Stratos is the most complete, enterprise-class PaaS, with support for more core services than any other available PaaS today. When combined with SUSE Cloud, developers can deploy applications more quickly, run them efficiently and allow them to elastically scale, while providing consistent monitoring, governance, and even virtual or real billing.
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SUSE and WSO2 prepare enterprises for future computing needs, providing a private PaaS solution that simplifies developing and deploying next-generation cloud applications and scales easily to handle future computing needs. WSO2 Stratos monitors CPU, memory, bandwidth and service-level agreements (SLAs) and automatically scales up or down depending on the load, transparently adding or removing services. As the cloud scales up or down, SUSE Cloud, automatically—and optimally—deploys workloads across the physical infrastructure.