Jan Aleman, CEO, Servoy will be speaking on “Hybrid Cloud – The Green Future” at the Cloud Slam Computing Conference 2010, Thurs., March 25 at 7:15a ET/10:15a PT.
The Cloud Slam Conference is global cloud computing event, covering latest trends and innovations in the world of cloud computing. Conference panels, workshops, and tutorials are selected to cover a range of the hottest topics in cloud computing.
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Flow360 is one of a new breed of web-based services and collaboration tools. It is designed to make the process of managing and maintaining buildings, sites and their assets as streamlined and transparent as possible. Offering ease of information exchange between stakeholders within facilities management and asset maintenance partnerships, Flow360 is a cost-effective vehicle for storing, accessing and sharing integrated information to support value-for-money service delivery.
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Servoy, a leader in hybrid platform development, is teaming with PINS, a leading provider in delivering online business solutions to SMBs, including web hosting, application hosting and Software as a Service (SaaS) to provide a combined Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering.
The PaaS offering is a single stack that covers the full line of technology that any ISV needs to publish products as SaaS. The stack covers everything from development to infrastructure and allows ISVs to greatly reduce complexity of their SaaS environments.
PINS manages the infrastructure part of the offering – the core of this combined cloud computing offering. ISVs can also successfully offer their SaaS applications by using PINS HyperGrid™. PINS HyperGrid™, based on VMware, is a hosting platform in the real meaning of the term ‘on demand’. It meets the highest demands that are made these days with regard to availability, connectivity, security and scalable infrastructure. Customers of PINS are amongst others Alfa Romeo, Coca-Cola, Corus and Fitness First.
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Verio Inc., the leading provider in delivering online business solutions to SMBs worldwide, including web hosting, application hosting and Software as a Service (SaaS) and Servoy, a leader in hybrid platform development, have announced a Servoy Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering enabled with Verio infrastucture. The PaaS offering is a single stack that covers the full line of technology that any ISV needs to publish products as SaaS. The stack covers everything from development to infrastructure and allows ISVs to greatly reduce complexity of their SaaS environments.
Computerworld features an interview with Jan Aleman, CEO Servoy in today’s online edition on software licensing. A select quote: “One way to avoid the shelfware problem is to opt for software as a service,” says Jan Aleman, CEO of IDE vendor Servoy.
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Please join Ken Levy, former Visual FoxPro Product Manager, and Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO, in this comprehensive one-hour webinar for a demonstration and discussion on using Servoy with existing Visual FoxPro applications.
The two hosts will also talk about the Web, SaaS (Software as a Service) and how to bring Visual FoxPro applications to the web with Servoy; as well as answer your questions in a live Q&A session immediately following the presentation.
This free one-hour webinar will include a high-level overview of Jasper Server, as well as a live demonstration of Jasper Server capabilities. Jasper Server, a separate product from Jasper Reports — widely-used already with Servoy — enables end-users to create on-the-fly reports using Drag & Drop.
Servoy today announced the fifth generation of its award-winning hybrid SaaS platform, Servoy 5.0 — the platform that simplifies SaaS. Servoy 5.0 further extends the functionality of Servoy’s development and deployment platform, allowing “SaaS and Back” hybrid applications — which can be deployed as SaaS and on-premises through both a browser and a native client — all from a single code base.
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For release: September 29, 2009
Contact: Kanokwan Boonlert Visser, Public Relations, Serv-it Asia Co., Ltd., (02) 664-0977 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Servoy launch in Thailand
Servoy’s success in hybrid platform market space now gives Thai ISVs the speed to compete.
Press Release Bangkok, Thailand (September 29, 2009) – On August 17, 2009 Servoy, an award-winning platform provider for fast, flexible, and sexy SaaS hybrid solutions, already announced it had opened an office in Thailand to meet overwhelming demand for its leading SaaS (Software as a Service) hybrid platform — Servoy. Servoy’s platform allows development of green IT hybrid applications — which can be deployed as SaaS and on-premises through both a browser and a native client — from a single code base.
Today, Serv-it Asia, the distributor of Servoy in Asia announces the official product launch of Servoy in Thailand on October 16, 2009 as part of the ServoyWorld 2009 on tour. During this whole day event, which will take place in the Amari Boulevard hotel, ISV’s, Software Developers and IT Specialists will have a chance to see how creating hybrid applications in Thailand from now on is more efficient than ever using Servoy’s SaaS hybrid platform. Keynote speakers will include Jan Aleman, CEO of Servoy and Thanachart Numnonda, Ph.D., Business Development Manager at Sun Microsystems. Each attendant will receive a free copy of Servoy.
According to international research firm IDC, SaaS is booming, and IDC’s ‘hot-off-the-press’ forecast shows that SaaS offerings are one of the few hot spots in the world of business IT. Servoy’s rapid proliferation of the global software market reflects its success in providing flexible hybrid solutions specifically tailored for decision makers — solutions that, according to Aleman, are built on technology designed to handle the complexity and turbulence of modern business.
“ISV’s particularly have a hunger to deliver a superior solution to their customers seeking hybrid deployment options.” says Gert Visser, Managing Director of Serv-it Asia, “At the same time, ISVs don’t want to lock their customers into a SaaS-only mode, but want to offer what we call ‘SaaS and back’ — the option to run on-premises at any moment. Servoy supports these kind of hybrid setups out of the box.”
Servoy BV, a Deloitte Fast 50 Technology company, is an international market leader in powerful hybrid (SaaS and on premises) software. Servoy is used by independent software vendors (ISVs) to develop entire vertical and horizontal applications and by internal developers for bespoke application development. More information about Servoy can be found on http://www.servoy.com
Today over 100,000 companies and more than 20,000 developers are working with the Servoy product suite. Companies like Symantec, Stanford University, Wells Fargo, Verizon and UCLA hospital rely on Servoy for managing data and presenting it to their customers and employees through rich applications over the LAN, WAN and Internet connections.
About Serv-it Asia
Serv-it Asia Co., Ltd. is the distributor of Servoy in Asia and already has setup resellers in Singapore and Myanmar. Our dedicated office not only supports Servoy’s rapidly growing sales and customer base, it also provides Servoy (offshore) development services and Servoy hosting. More information about Serv-it Asia can be found on http://www.servitasia.com.