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Deploy Your Apps to Any Cloud

By John Wetherill, August 19, 2015

Deploy your apps to any cloudIn a prior post, I created a very long list of factors that companies need to consider when choosing an IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service). Not only is it a long list, there are a lot of infrastructures out there--all of them have different advantages and there are different reasons to use them.

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One PaaS, Many Clouds

By John Wetherill, August 4, 2015

One PaaS, Many Clouds Infrastructures abound. Which one is right for you? Deciding between them can be a formidable task: OpenStack, HP Helion, CloudStack, VMware, AWS, Cisco Intercloud, Google Compute Engine, Citrix CloudPlatform, Eucalyptus, KVM, Microsoft Azure, VirtualBox, or XenServer.

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OpenStack Summit Tokyo: Vote for Cloud Foundry on OpenStack Workshop

By Phil Whelan, July 27, 2015

Vote for OpenStack TokyoVoting for the OpenStack Summit Tokyo talks is now open! It has been written about many times on this blog (by a variety of authors including myself) about why PaaS is important to speeding up the application pipeline.

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Building Your Own Cloud With SUSE OpenStack and Stackato Cloud Foundry

By Navrup Johal, June 29, 2015

SUSEIn a recent online meetup "Overcoming the Challenges of Microservices with PaaS on OpenStack," John Wetherill from ActiveState, along with Frank Rego, Pete Chadwick and Cameron Seader from SUSE, showed how SUSE and Stackato, together, can help users obtain a quicker time to value for an OpenStack-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) deployment.

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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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Instant Cloud With Stackato Cloud Foundry and Mirantis OpenStack

By Navrup Johal, April 21, 2015

Stackato and Open StackatoUsing a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) based on Cloud Foundry and an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) based on OpenStack is fast becoming the de facto standard in cloud computing. Cloud Foundry has revolutionized the application development paradigm while OpenStack has transformed infrastructure management and operations.

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OpenStack Summit - Vote For ActiveState

By Phil Whelan, February 20, 2015

Vote for ActiveState

Choose what you want to see at OpenStack Summit Vancouver

Voting is now open to choose which presentations you want to see at OpenStack Summit Vancouver, May 18-22! We are very excited about this event and have submitted proposals covering some very cutting edge topics, including a couple with some of our awesome partners. Check them out here:

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An Introduction to PaaS on OpenStack

By John Wetherill, January 29, 2015

An Introduction to PaaS on OpenStackPrior to joining ActiveState as a Technology Evangelist I was a developer at a variety of companies. During my development career I was constantly fighting the same battle: getting mired in the weeds of software development. I wanted to build cool software and applications, and I was able to do that, but at the great cost of dealing with infrastructure headaches.

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OpenStack Comes To Vancouver

By Phil Whelan, January 26, 2015

OpenStack Comes To VancouverLast month I was lucky enough to meet with the some of the staff members of the OpenStack Foundation while they were here in Vancouver. This was their first trip here in the process of planning for the summer OpenStack Summit which will be happening a few blocks from the ActiveState headquarters here in Vancouver, B.C Canada.

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What Customers Want in 2015: Cloud Foundry, OpenStack, Docker and AWS

By Bart Copeland, January 15, 2015

I've always believed that tech companies only last in the market by listening to their customers. You can get carried away and add the coolest technology to your product, but if it doesn't provide real business value to the customer, it's useless. Based on discussions with our customers, their focus is on building a solid foundation.

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