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Stackato Learns To TAP!

By Navrup Johal, September 5, 2012

Stackato Joins VMWare TAP ProgramWe are delighted to announce ActiveState and Stackato's inclusion in the VMWare Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program. 

Claim your ActiveState Digital Swag Bag Here!

By 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!

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The Stackato Client Goes Open Source

By Brent Smithurst, August 27, 2012

Stackato Micro Cloud License

I've been elected to share some great news with you today: The Stackato Client (CLI) is now open source under the Apache License, Version 2.0!

Category: open source, stackato, tcl

Making a home for Smallest Federated Wiki on Stackato

By Troy Topnik, August 24, 2012

Ward CunninghamSmallest Federated Wiki is a project led by Ward Cunningham, the inventor of the Wiki.

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Stackato 2.2: Use it for Free in Production

By Brent Smithurst, August 16, 2012

Stackato Micro Cloud LicenseI'm really excited to announce that Stackato can now be used for free in a production environment (subject to some restrictions noted below)! 

Tags: license, stackato
Category: announcements, stackato

Doozer: Distributed Configuration Used by Heroku and Stackato

By Troy Topnik, August 15, 2012

DoozerI've blogged before about Heroku Buildpack support in Stackato, but there's another Heroku-backed innovation under the hood in Stackato.

Category: stackato

Webcast: PaaS for Ops - Pitching Platform as a Service to Sysadmins

By Troy Topnik, August 7, 2012

Stackato for Sysadmins A couple of weeks ago, we had the pleasure of talking with James Governor of Redmonk, about Stackato. I mentioned the challenge we face in explaining the benefits of Private PaaS to sysadmins and IT managers.

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Stackato 2.0 and Apache TomEE

By Jérémy Aubert, August 1, 2012

TomEE on Stackato One of the new features of Stackato 2.0 is the support of JEE applications.

Java Enterprise Edition is the enterprise side of Java. This platform provides an API and runtime environment for developing and running enterprise software.

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Appsecute: Managing Stackato on Multiple Clouds

By Diane Mueller, July 30, 2012

Appsecute and Stackato It’s a multi-cloud world out there, and it can be very painful to manage multiple Platform as a Service (PaaS) clusters some days. Let me explain my pain, and see if your organization can relate.

Category: stackato

You've got mail! Using SendGrid with Stackato

By Diane Mueller, July 26, 2012

Stackato and SendGrid With Stackato, developers can easily code, test, and launch an application to any cloud. Some of those applications may need to send email, and we've been advising our users to connect their applications to their own SMTP gateway servers to do this.

But there's a cloudier, "as-a-Service" way to do this.

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