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Define-Develop- Deploy web ideas!!! @ SiliconIndia WebApps Conference 2011

Mohammad Faiz Ali
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Mohammad Faiz Ali
The chapter of web applications in Bangalore turned a new leaf on 16th of August at SiliconIndia WebApps 2011. The conference brought together web developers, designers, technology enthusiasts, innovators, vendors, and users to experience the future of Web Applications and the upcoming trends. The conference boasted of experienced and knowledge rich speakers who held the audience in awe with their erudition on Android.

‘Customers are looking for solutions. The demand for upcoming webapps is such that they solve simple customer related problems in an efficient way, independent of technology or platform used to create it,’ said Amit Aggarwal, Co Founder and CTO from VIA who was officially present to give the key note on ‘Trends in the Web space and new business models’

Janakiram MSV, Technology Evangelist, Amazon Web Services spoke on Building Powerful Web Applications in the AWS Cloud and provided with an introduction to the Amazon Web Services from a business and technical perspective. He emphasized on building a Simple LAMP-based web application in the AWS cloud and then apply all the attributes and latest features of the cloud to turn it into an Auto-scalable, highly available, highly scalable, fully-monitored edge-cached application that is not only easier to develop but also easier to maintain.

Coming in next was Pronam Chatterjee, Staff Systems Engineer-vFabric SME, VMware who spoke on Spring, tcServer and Hyperic - Build, Run and Manage lightweight J2EE web apps. He got the audience thinking by asking them questions like “What do we mean by New Applications? What is new about applications and why does that mean we need a cloud application platform?”

Srinivas Bhagavatula, Program Architect from Mind Tree spoke on eCommerce webapp Architecture and Scalability ‘The key to scalability is, to understand what it is, to keep principles simple, to clearly understand what is expected and to exploit system characteristics,” he said.

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