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JackBe Launches Cloud Computing Mashup Platform

Presto Cloud combines agile mashup creation with the instant accessibility of a cloud service

Mashup Track at Cloud Expo

JackBe enterprise mashup software company, on Thursday announced that its award-winning Presto Enterprise Mashup Platform is now running on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud. ‘Presto Cloud (Community Edition)’ is immediately available at no cost to all members of JackBe’s Mashup Developer Community.

Presto Cloud (Community Edition) combines agile mashup creation with the instant accessibility of a cloud service, enabling mashup developers to connect Internet-based data sources in their own secure workspace and easily share their mashups with community members around the world

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Cloud Expo 2010 East which will take place April 19-21 at New York's Jacob Javits Convention Center will offer a rich array of sessions led by exceptional speakers about the business and technical value of cloud computing with more than 80 sponsors and exhibitors on the 70,000 sq. ft. show floor and over 5,000 estimated delegates from well over 48 different countries.

With Presto Cloud (Community Edition), users can also take advantage of a public mashup catalog consisting of hundreds of mashable data sources from JackBe Preferred Partners as well as shared mashup applications created by other community members.

“Presto Cloud Community Edition is the fastest way to start mashing. The shared platform lets our community members instantly use an enterprise-grade mashup platform for easy mashup creation as well as benefit from collaborating with other mashers from around the world,” said JackBe’s CTO, John Crupi. “And Presto Cloud Community Edition is only our first step. We have big plans in future releases for production mashup applications in the cloud."

Presto Cloud (Community Edition) is available at no charge to members of JackBe’s Mashup Developer Community. New mashers can join the 3,000+ member Mashup Developer Community. Production licensing for the Presto Enterprise Mashup Platform is also available.

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