Nate Aune

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Nate Aune

Appsembler

Biography

Nate Aune is CEO & Founder of Appsembler, a marketplace for open source web applications that you can deploy with 1-click. He’s deployed open source web applications to various cloud platforms such as Amazon AWS, Heroku, Dotcloud, Redhat’s OpenShift and Google App Engine. Nate is the founder and organizer of the Boston Django User Group with 800 members, and he served for 3 years on the Plone Foundation board.

Nate has presented at LinuxWorld, Grassroots Use of Technology, Non-profit Software Developer Summit, EuroPython, PyCon and PyConBrasil. Read Nate’s blog at http://appsembler.com/blog and follow @natea on Twitter.

Open Source Bridge 2013

Proposals for this user

* Deploying apps in 5 minutes with a PaaS

How can you avoid servers and get back to coding? Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) makes deployment easy. But which PaaS do you choose and how do you get started? This talk will examine several of the leading PaaS providers and discuss their pros/cons. We'll also give examples for how to deploy the same app to each of them to see the differences.
Chemistry 2013-03-24 00:12:21 +0000
Nate Aune

Open Source Bridge 2010

Sessions for this user

* Sphinx - the ultimate tool for documenting your software project

Open source software projects can succeed or fail based on their documentation. Thanks to Sphinx, open source developers now have a "documentation framework" that provides convenient indexing and automatic syntax highlighting, integrates your documentation with your code, and can automatically generate a beautiful manual as a PDF document.
Cooking
Nate Aune

Proposals for this user

* Everything you ever wanted to know about Amazon EC2

Amazon Web Services makes it possible to build scalable systems easily with very little upfront capital. Come to this session to learn about what's so cool about cloud computing, and how Amazon's suite of elastic cloud computing tools make your job easier.
Cooking 2010-03-26 03:39:34 +0000
Nate Aune

* Theme any website in two hours with Deliverance

Imagine if you could take any website design and use it as-is with any website or web application? Well, you can with Deliverance!
Cooking 2010-03-26 03:44:12 +0000
Nate Aune

* Why the Plone CMS is a good fit for Higher Education and Research

Universities and research organizations often have very specific needs when it comes to content management systems. This talk is a study as to why Plone is often chosen as the ideal CMS due to it's scalability, extensibility and metadata handling capabilities.
Culture 2010-03-26 04:19:26 +0000
Nate Aune

Open Source Bridge 2009

Sessions for this user

* How to build a successful open source software consulting company

Lessons learned from a successful open source consulting company. This talk is geared towards the open source developer who is considering starting his/her own business, and the entrepreneur who wants to grow the business by leveraging open source development methodologies.
Business
Nate Aune

Proposals for this user

* Plone in the Cloud - deploying open source applications to Amazon EC2

The rise of utility computing platforms such as Amazon EC2 has made it more feasible to build turnkey hosted solutions on top of open source software. Learn how we built PondCMS, a turnkey Plone-based CMS deployed to Amazon's EC2. In this talk, we will discuss the advantages of hosting Plone sites in the elastic computing cloud and some of the challenges we faced.
Chemistry 2009-04-11 00:38:39 +0000
Nate Aune