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Buildpacks and Containers for Cloud Foundry

By Kathy Thomas, May 28, 2015

Cloud Foundry Panel on Buildpacks and ContainersGiven the recent enhancements to Stackato (users can now deploy their Docker images directly to Stackato), we thought it was great that our own Phil Whelan was invited onto a panel discussion to talk about buildpacks

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Want to Leapfrog AWS and Win the Cloud War? Move Up the Stack!

By Bart Copeland, May 26, 2015

Leapfrog AWS and win the Cloud WarThe cloud computing infrastructure and platform market is expected to be a $43 billion market by 2018 and account for 11% of enterprise IT spending.

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The Journey to Enterprise DevOps: Process Change and Other Thorny Issues

By Michael Kanasoot, May 21, 2015
Andi Mann

Many people recognize DevOps as an enormous benefit — faster application deployment, automated toolchains, support of more granular updates, better cooperation across groups. However, less appreciated is the journey enterprise IT groups need to make to achieve this outcome.

Unveiling Stackato Cloud Foundry on Murano OpenStack

By John Wetherill, May 19, 2015

Stackato listing in OpenStack App CatalogIf you've used Stackato you're probably familiar with the Stackato App Store, a handy repository of sample applications and app templates that can be installed into the Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) at the click of a button.

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Stackato 3.6 Released with Support for Docker Images

By Troy Topnik, May 11, 2015
Stackato 3.6 released

Stackato 3.6 is here, and I'm going to show you something very, very cool: deploying a Docker image to a Cloud Foundry-based platform.

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Microservices Tips & Tricks

By Navrup Johal, May 7, 2015

Microservices Tips & TricksMicroservices based architectures are not new but are suddenly in the spotlight due to their powerful and sophisticated practices enabling streamlined application development and deployment. However, transitioning from a monolithic approach to a microservices-based architecture requires not only technical expertise, but organizational buy-in as well.

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Using Apache Brooklyn on Stackato

By Billy Tat, May 5, 2015

Apache BrooklynAt ActiveState, we realize applications often require data services to enhance the user experience. That is why Stackato includes a set of system services like MySQL, PostgreSQL, RabbitMQ, and more.

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Boise Cloud Meetup: A Demonstration of Stackato

By Phil Whelan, May 4, 2015

Cloud Foundry MeetupRecently I participated in a Cloud Computing Meetup in Boise, Idaho and had the opportunity to discuss Cloud Foundry and provide a demonstration of Stackato. Cloud Foundry is an open-source project with which I have been involved with for the past several years.

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Disrupters Are Taking Your Customers Away

By Bart Copeland, April 29, 2015

Disrupters Third PlatformAmazon is an $89 billion disrupter. It's been challenging traditional retail with its e-commerce and IT with its Amazon Web Services (AWS); and growing significantly every year by constantly innovating. Amazon is just one example of a company finding what customers really want and giving it to them.

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Reshaping Enterprise IT for a New Era

By Michael Kanasoot, April 28, 2015

Tim CrawfordEnterprise IT is going through more change today than during its entire history. Long associated with back office functions, IT has now become the primary driver of today's business offerings.

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