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What I Really Didn't Want for Christmas: Another AWS Outage

By Diane Mueller, December 27, 2012

Oh holiday joy! While most of you were tucked away with visions of sugarplums in your head, others were scrambling to restore sites, services and back-ends that were left hanging on AWS due to an outage. Some of you may have read my blog post on developing & deploying a geolocation node.js mobile app using FeedHenry and Stackato, which I chose to deploy on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

TV Interview with Bart Copeland

By Navrup Johal, December 24, 2012


Check out ActiveState CEO, Bart Copeland, in this TV interview with Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan at Cloud Expo Santa Clara 2012.

"It's all about Stackato, our enterprise private PaaS solution. It's all about making it really easy for enterprises to deploy and manage their own Platform as a Service."

Click here to see the whole interview!

Stackato 2.6.7 Released (with new features!)

By Brent Smithurst, December 20, 2012

Stackato 2.6 Hot on the heels of Stackato 2.6.6, we're excited to make Stackato 2.6.7 available today. As usual, the forum announcement and release notes have the change list.

Enterprise Java and Stackato

By John Wetherill, December 20, 2012

EnterpriseTwitter recently and publicly announced that by swapping out Ruby for Java and JVM-based Scala, they were able to survive the US election.

NoOps versus NoDevs: Keeping the Neighbors Happy with PaaS

By Kevin "kj" Woolley, December 12, 2012

Developers (Devs) and Operations (Ops) rarely get along in an organization. While developers focus on self-service, rapid deployment, framework, and package flexibility, operations staff members are more interested in a consistent and reliable infrastructure, control over resource allocation, and relief from multiple deployment requests. Staff working on both sides often get frustrated, and tend to ignore each other. Developers want “NoOps,” and operations want “NoDevs.” However both Devs and Ops work for the same organization.

Notes from Germany: HP Discover brightens Frankfurt’s skies

By Bart Copeland, December 7, 2012

It was cold, windy, snowy, and rainy in Frankfurt, Germany this week, but it was a warm, comfortable, and energizing tech environment at the Messe Frankfurt where I attended the HP Discover 2012 Conference. This year’s event was a big draw. The world-class conference centre became an incredibly lively place, a HP hub for HP customers and partners, with over 9,500 attendees, seven keynote presentations, and 360 breakout sessions. I felt invigorated the entire time I was there.

Tags: HP
Category: events, stackato

They Chose Stackato

By Bart Copeland, December 6, 2012

PoweredBy This week, ActiveState was in Frankfurt, Germany to attend the HP Discover 2012 conference.

Tags: HP, OEM, PaaS, stackato

Stackato's New and Improved Log Streaming: Logyard 2.0

By Sridhar Ratnakumar, November 29, 2012

We introduced Logyard in Stackato 2.4 as a way to stream system logs to external log aggregators. In addition, we started using Logyard to manage application logs. In the recently released Stackato 2.6, both these aspects are being brought to near perfection.

Category: stackato

Stackato 2.6 Released

By Brent Smithurst, November 28, 2012

Stackato 2.6 I'm happy to announce that Stackato 2.6 is now available! It was a quick update from the recent Stackato 2.4, but we managed to pack a lot into it.

Category: announcements, stackato

Stackato, Vendor Lock-In, and Cloud Foundry Core Compatibility

By Brent Smithurst, November 15, 2012

Cloud Core

Since Stackato's GA (general availability) release in February, many of our customers and prospective customers have expressed their concern about vendor lock-in: They don't want to write applications that are specific to a single vendor's cloud infrastructure.

Category: announcements, stackato
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