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Minecrafting With Stackato 2.8

By Matthew Fisher, March 5, 2013

Crafters and cloud users, rejoice! the CraftBukkit server has been recently deployed onto Stackato’s App Store, enabling users and ActiveState devs to start playing one of their favourite sandbox indie game on the cloud.

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Stackato 2.8 Released (And It Rocks!)

By Brent Smithurst, February 27, 2013

Stackato 2.8 Just in time for Stackato's first birthday on February 28, we are absolutely thrilled to make Stackato 2.8 available today. As usual, the forum announcement and release notes have the change list.

From Logs to Mighty Oaks: Stackato, Loggly, and Json

By John Wetherill, February 19, 2013

Back in the day, logs used to be fun with monolithic apps, single log files, and all sorts of geeky tools like awk to sift through them.

But then things got complicated with client/server architectures, multiple log files, inconsistent log message formats, disparate servers, notification requirements, time sync issues, correlation challenges, not to mention multiple user and system tasks running all over the place. Logs suddenly got really hard and dreary, instead of fun.

Tags: json, loggly
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Stackato and Komodo Named Jolt Award Finalists

By Isabelle Groc, February 8, 2013

We are proud to announce that Stackato 2.4 and Komodo 7.1 IDE were named Dr. Dobbs 2013 Jolt Awards finalists in the "Coding Tools" category.

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On Momentum, Traction, and One Hell of a Great Year

By Bart Copeland, February 7, 2013

ActiveState enjoyed a one hell of a great 2012, and we’re carrying that momentum forward to what will be an even more exciting 2013. Today we announced significant revenue growth in 2012, due in no small part to the success of Stackato, the market-leading private PaaS technology.

Building a PaaS in Ruby

By Phil Whelan, January 29, 2013

Stackato not only supports developers in pushing apps using any stack, but it is also built using many different technologies and programming languages. Ruby is still the predominant language for these technologies, with Python, Node.js and Go chasing closely behind.

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Java 7 comes to Stackato

By John Wetherill, January 21, 2013

The Java 7 Dolphin Stackato has supported Java from the beginning, but without buildpacks the choice of Java runtimes has thus far been limited to exactly one: Java6 (née jdk1.6) which until recently was the most widely used Java release. Now that has changed.

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United We Stand: The Stackato Partner Program and What It Means For ActiveState

By Bart Copeland, January 18, 2013

Earlier this week, ActiveState announced the launch of the Stackato Partner Program. This program connects Stackato’s private PaaS technology with leading infrastructure technologies and service providers.

Adding Your Own Service to Stackato

By Troy Topnik, January 16, 2013

Stackato Recently, we've had a number of prospects and customers ask us about adding their own services to Stackato.

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Python 3: In Stackato from the Start

By Troy Topnik, January 9, 2013

Python3 - Stackato I recently came across a post on ZDNet Cloud Watch by Jack Clark highlighting the new Python 3 support in Heroku.

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