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WSO2 Stratos

WSO2 Stratos

WSO2 Stratos is a comprehensive, open source, enterprise-grade cloud solution based on WS02 Carbon. Move your applications between private cloud, public cloud and on-premise applications.

WSO2 Stratos offers an open Platform as a Service (PaaS).

WSO2 Stratos enables the WSO2 Carbon middleware platform to run on the cloud, letting all the WSO2 products to run as services. Stratos manages your underlying cloud infrastructure to seamlessly handle the scalability demands of your application.

 WSO2 Stratos

Price
Free to download

Size
202MB
License

Apache License 2.0

Developer
WSO2 Inc.

Website
wso2.com

System Requirements
Java
git
facter
zip
mysql-server
Gitblits

Support Sites:
User Guide, Quick Start Guide, FAQ, Twitter, Facebook

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Cloud-native capabilities, such as multi-tenancy, elastic scaling, self-service provisioning, metering, billing, and resource pooling, among others
  • Support for multiple Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)
  • Fully tested on Amazon Web Services EC2
  • Experimental support for OpenStack and vCloud
  • Capability to support any IaaS via jclouds API
  • Cloud-bursting to scale to multiple IaaS’s at the same time
  • Available for private, public and hybrid cloud solutions
  • Manage a single set of servers with even better utilization targets than achieved by virtualization
  • Self-provision, manage and deploy a full middleware stack as needed
  • Simple click to add users and services, develop new applications, and manage own setup
  • New services automatically participate in and benefit from governance policies already in place
  • New service versions deployed and tested side-by-side with versions in production
  • Shared cloud infrastructures such as server hardware, JVM, database, and services
  • Highly tunable performance across different tenant requirements
    • “Economy class” for low priority workloads
    • “Private jet” mode for workloads that require dedicated resources
  • Ability to accept both static and dynamic cluster domain registrations
  • Automatically scales up or down depending on the load
  • Transparently adds services when new resources are needed
  • Dynamic discovery enables services to automatically detect when resource allocations change
  • Built-in support for multi-tenant and single-tenant models
  • Support for user identity management, metering and billing
  • Provides data storage with easy access, caching, and queuing
  • Provides a SaaS app as a multi-tenant application and allows each tenant to deploy their own customized logic alongside it
  • Artifact Distribution Coordinator (ADC) with support for external Git and GitHub repositories Ability to publish application logs into a centralized location for easy monitoring
  • Provides an interactive command line interface
  • Additional graphical user interface for ease of use
  • Plugin third party run-times such as PHP, MySQL, and Tomcat
  • Support for Puppet based cartridge creation for WSO2 Carbon products
  • Provision to add multi-tenant or single tenant cartridges
  • Interactive CLI Tool for tenants to manage Cartridge subscriptions
  • Supports encrypted communications
  • Usage metering and billing
  • Scalable distributed cache using EHCache that we expose via the Java caching API

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