Apache Stratos (Incubating) is the Platform as a Service (PaaS) project from the Apache community.
The design and architecture of Stratos present some unique advantages to the users. The multi-tenancy model, where it allows high multi-tenancy density within a deployment is a key advantage. The ability to control IaaS resources, per could, per region, per zone paves the way to easily achieve high availability and disaster recover. Multi-factor based auto scaling, dynamic load balancing and cloudbusting are some of the other key noteworthy differentiators in Stratos PaaS. This session will highlight the advantages of using Apache Stratos (Incubating) as your PaaS framework.
Learn more about scalable logging and analytics using LogStash. This will be an overview of logstash components, including getting started, indexing, storing and getting information from logs.
Logstash is a tool for managing events and logs. You can use it to collect logs, parse them, and store them for later use (like, for searching).
Richard Viet: Principal Engineer at Cloud Elements
As software continues to disrupt a wide variety of industries, Architects and IT operations need to think about how efficient use of resources and more opportunity to innovate. To answer this challenge many looking to Enterprise PaaS offering to help them develop, deploy and run new application quicker and at great scale using cloud computing technologies.
Faster delivery, intelligent capacity on demand, efficiency and security, high performance and dynamic routing, monitoring and health management, open extensible architecture, multi provider echo system , more choice are some essential elements of an Enterprise PaaS need to be considered to deploy applications.
In this talk Lakmal will talk about what are the essential elements of an Enterprise PaaS, and how Apache Stratos (incubating) is delivering these aspects.