RE: [nycjava] You're invited for a test drive!

From: user 1.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 11, 2011 10:23 PM

First word has a "?" for some reason.
The LinkedIn link is fine, the Twitter link  is pointing to http://twitter.com/%23!/cumulogic ; it should be http://twitter.com/#!/cumulogic .
The %23 need to be fixed in the link.

After fixing that you can remove the links outside.
rest looks ok.

- Sandeep


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Subject: [nycjava] You're invited for a test drive!
From: Laura Ventura <[address removed]>
Date: Tue, October 11,[masked]:12 am
To: [address removed]

You?re invited to take CumuLogic PaaS beta for a test drive! CumuLogic PaaS is an enterprise-grade Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for deploying apps in private and public clouds. 

The platform provides end-to-end managed services so all you need to do is simply *push* applications to the cloud and CumuLogic PaaS performs the management, monitoring and autoscaling of your application. 

Since CumuLogic?s technology allows mix-and-match of traditional middleware (i.e. JBoss, Apache, etc.) and modern infrastructure components (i.e. MongoDB), you can pick and choose the best components to fit specific workload requirements. And CumuLogic PaaS allows you to simultaneously deploy apps on Amazon EC2 and private clouds (OpenStack, Cloud.com (now a Citrix company), Eucalyptus, and VMware vSphere) so you?re never locked into any cloud vendor. Your IT department will be eternally grateful ;)

Use CumuLogic RESTful APIs to manage the application lifecycle and the PaaS administration APIs will help your administrator manage and monitor the platform.   

To try out CumuLogic PaaS on EC2, or to test drive CumuLogic PaaS via on-premise, private clouds, go to http://www.cumulogic.com/. To help you get started, our documentation (Developer Guides and demos) is at http://docs.cumulogic.com/.

Feel free to drop us a line at any time at [address removed]. We also hang out on LinkedInhttp://www.linkedin.com/groups?mostPopular=&gid=3679643&trk=myg_ugrp_ovr and Twitter, http://twitter.com/cumulogic

By the way, CumuLogic founders are Sun Microsystems alumni, and James Gosling leads our technical advisory board.




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