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Private PaaS: More than Java for Implementation Success?

By Angie Hirata, January 3, 2012

Java private PaaSFor the past few months, as we've been talking to large enterprises about Stackato and their private PaaS plans, some interesting IT strategies have emerged around the role of languages like Python, Ruby, and PHP play in the mix with Java.

Packaging Perl for Windows with PDK - Patriot NG

By Troy Topnik, November 24, 2011
Patriot NG - Perl Dev Kit

We love fan mail, especially when it's on Twitter where everyone can see it. Yago Jesus, a PDK and Komodo user, let us know how much he enjoyed using our software, and pointed out some software he's created for intrusion detection on Windows.

Category: perl

NCM looks to Stackato PaaS for Operations, Scalability

By Angie Hirata, October 19, 2011

NCM works with PaaS StackatoAt the German Perl Workshop this week in Frankfurt, Denis Banovic of NCM is presenting his real-life experience with Perl in the Cloud. The focus of his talk is going to be about Stackato as a Perl PaaS, how he tested it, including a demonstration.

Category: perl, perl, stackato

Stackato Sandbox Service Available: Play in the Sandbox and You Could Win A $1,000 Trip

By Sheila Rebellato, September 21, 2011

New Stackato Sandbox - test deployment to the cloud

You asked for it, you got it: our new Stackato Sandbox service makes it easier for you to test deployment to the cloud (and more).

The Stackato Sandbox service allows you to test deployment of apps to a privately hosted environment on Amazon EC2, complete with hosting, security, and scaling of applications. And you could win big* for trying the Stackato Sandbox!

Two great webinars in September: Register now

By Sheila Rebellato, September 6, 2011

ActiveState WebinarsWe have two great webinars coming up in September that we think you'll enjoy. If you plan to attend, register quickly as space is filling up for both webinars, and space is limited.

Category: events, perl, perl, python, tcl

Monitor cloud applications with New Relic: now bundled, free with Stackato

By Diane Mueller, August 29, 2011
New Relic Stackato PaaS app monitoringWe are excited about our partnership with New Relic which enables us to bundle New Relic Standard Edition free of charge for all Stackato users. So you now have access to the application level performance management tools to monitor end-user experiences and performance in real-time, proactively diagnose performance bottlenecks at the code level, and ensure the successful deployment of applications.

Stackato Sample Application Kindle Contest: We Have a Winner - Rubric!

By Diane Mueller, August 26, 2011

We received a number of cool sample apps in this month's Sample app contest - and many thanks for all your submissions and the feedback on Stackato! The Kindle prize goes to Ricardo Signes for Rubric - a personal bookmark manager, somewhat similar to delicious.com.

Tags: Cloud, PaaS, perl, stackato
Category: perl, perl, stackato

Ingy's Back! Plus YAPC::EU 2011 Highlights

By Ingy döt Net, August 24, 2011

YAPC::EU ActiveState SponsorI had the absolute pleasure of attending YAPC::Europe in Riga, Latvia last week.

O HAI, BTW! I'm Ingy döt Net, ActiveState's latest recruit for the Stackato project. I also am a long time Perl hacker (this was my 15th or so YAPC; I lost count) and former ActiveState employee from 2000-2001. I'm glad to be back at ActiveState, but where were we. Oh right, YAPC...

We're Giving Away a Kindle! Enter our Stackato Sample App Contest to Win

By Diane Mueller, August 3, 2011

Win yourself an Amazon Kindle and major bragging rights!

What do homebuilders have in common with developers?

By Angie Hirata, August 3, 2011

When we speak to ISVs, aerospace/defense contractors, or hardware manufacturers that have software interfaces - many of them like to use languages like Perl, Python, or Tcl to build or provide some functionality in their applications. However, some also ask "why should I use ActivePerl/Python/Tcl if open source options are free?"

Category: perl, perl, python, tcl
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