Announcing CloudJee, the Proven Cloud Platform for Building Mission Critical Java SaaS Applications CloudJee Integrates WaveMaker into its Cloud Platform to Accelerate Customers' Time To Market
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CloudJee, Inc. (www.cloudjee.com), a startup providing a world-class cloud development platform for building and running mission-critical Java applications on the cloud, launched its platform today. CloudJee is a spin-off from Pramati, a Java infrastructure company and technology incubator. CloudJee brings together a commercialized package of the same Java cloud platform that has been successfully used to launch multiple enterprise software companies, each offering multi-tenant applications for web, mobile and social environments to some of the world's largest companies.
The CloudJee platform is built around Pramati's world-class, cloud-optimized enterprise Java app server and load balancer that's been proven over the last decade across large global customers. The platform also incorporates visual development and instant cloud deployment using WaveMaker technology, recently acquired from VMware, and supported by a 35,000 strong development community. Multi-cloud platform services, auto scaling, provisioning, monitoring, operations management, disaster protection and security are parts of the platform.
"[This is] just what cloud developers need: WaveMaker, a cool visual development tool combined with CloudJee's enterprise strength Java PaaS," said Forrester principal analyst, Mike Gualtieri.
CloudJee will help independent software vendors (ISVs) and large enterprises reduce their development risk by offering managed services like technical advisory and outsourced product development and management, in addition to the cloud development platform. CloudJee draws from the proven experience of parent company Pramati that has successfully set up multiple software companies and helped dozens of enterprise customers launch their own cloud-native applications.
"We used the Pramati's app server and their Java platform to deliver critical applications to our clients because we rely on their scalability and performance everyday," said Dr. Ketabchi, chief product officer of leading enterprise software business technology and solutions vendor, Aurea.
"Building and testing applications in the cloud is straight forward today," says Samir Ghosh, CEO of CloudJee. "But building cloud applications that serve the demanding needs of Global 500 class companies is another matter. That's exactly what we bring to the market."
CloudJee is a Pramati company and Silicon valley start-up dedicated to providing the best cloud platform for Java® developers seeking to build mission-critical, enterprise applications. CloudJee's Java platform was used to build several companies like SocialTwist and Qontext that themselves serve Global 500 clients today. The platform includes WaveMaker visual development technology, acquired from VMware, that dramatically shortens customers' time-to-market. Visit us at www.cloudjee.com.
Founded in 1998, Pramati is a software engineering firm with over 600 skilled engineers. It is also a technology incubator that builds companies to rapidly capture new market opportunities in the disruptive technologies of social, mobile, cloud and big data. Among its companies are SocialTwist (www.socialtwist.com), a social referral marketing platform focused on customer acquisition and retention, and Imaginea (www.imaginea.com), a technology services company that offers advisory, strategy, product development, and implementation services. Qontext, an enterprise social collaboration platform and Pramati company, was acquired by Autodesk in 2012. Pramati companies serve global customers like Morgan Stanley, ICICI Bank, Visa, Kimberly-Clark, Sara-Lee, Western Union, and many others. Visit Pramati at www.pramati.com.