Claim your ActiveState Digital Swag Bag Here!
by Diane Mueller

Diane Mueller, August 27, 2012

Green Digitial Swag from #ActiveStateWhy Digital Swag?
Instead of shipping some wasteful object d’swag that will catch your attention at the conference and lure you to our booth, we decided to put together a page of “Digital Swag” aka free trials of our product and of our partner’s products on one page that you can share, tweet, and bookmark for future use!

Get your own Private PaaS here? Your free access to ActiveState Stackato Platform-as-a-Service for Private Clouds here:

More Digital Swag from our partners - all of which works with Stackato seamlessly!

Got more than one PaaS Cluster? Get your free access to Personal account of Appsecute to monitor all your PaaS deployments here:

Want to Monitor your Apps on Stackato? Get your free access to NewRelic application monitoring & alerts and a T-shirt (if you deploy it) here:

Got Mobile Apps to Deploy? Need to solve that BYOD Conundrum? Get your free access to FeedHenry and deploy your mobile apps securely on Stackato as their Back End as a Service here:

Got Mail? SendGrid is a cloud-based service that replaces your company’s email infrastructure and provides everything you need to operate a reliable and scalable outbound email delivery system. Sign up today using the coupon code “STACKATO3” and receive 3 months of the SendGrid Bronze plan including 40,000 emails/month. Here's the link:

Got .Net apps? We’ve bundled IronFoundry support into Stackato 2.0! Get all the details here:

Now come on down & visit us and we’ll show you how it all works together seamlessly!

Now, we both feel good, green and actually have something of use that we can chat about when we follow up a few weeks after the conference!

Feel free to re-tweet and share the Swag with all your friends!

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Diane Mueller is a Cloud Evangelist at ActiveState. She has been designing & implementing financial applications at Fortune 500 corporations for over 20 years. Diane has been actively involved in development efforts of XBRL Open Standard ( since 1999.