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Cloud Foundry Foundation One Step Closer to Reality

By Brent Smithurst, October 24, 2014

Today is another exciting day in the Cloud Foundry community, with the Cloud Foundry Foundation taking a giant step toward becoming official: its draft governing documents and bylaws have been posted for public review.

Category: announcements

Your Own Stackato Cluster on Amazon EC2

By Troy Topnik, October 22, 2014
Stackato Cluster on EC2

We've recently made the Stackato VM a publicly shared Community AMI in Amazon EC2. While updating the Stackato documentation for EC2 setup, I noticed that we didn't have a good step-by-step guide to setting up a "micro cluster" on AWS.

Category: stackato

Microservices and PaaS - Part IV

By John Wetherill, October 6, 2014

This is Part IV of the ever-expanding "Microservices and PaaS" blog series covering the rapidly evolving use of microservices in modern cloud software projects.

Category: stackato

Our New Cloud Luminary Fireside Chat Webcast Series

By Bernard Golden, September 11, 2014

I am really excited about the cloud luminary webcast series we've announced, and I thought I’d share a bit about why we decided to host this monthly series of conversations.

Category: stackato

Docker and the Application Supply Chain Challenge

By Bernard Golden, September 3, 2014

If you work in IT, you’d have to have been sleeping under a rock not to be aware of the Docker craze. Below the radar twelve months ago, today Docker is being hailed as the solution for all things IT -- particularly the intractable and perennial problem of how to achieve application portability across heterogeneous IT infrastructures.

Category: stackato

PaaS Services Roundup (Featuring Stackato and Cloud Foundry)

By Brent Smithurst, August 26, 2014

For developers, one of the many cool things about using a PaaS is that you can easily connect your application to any type of service instead of being limited to what your IT department officially provides. That means you can use the best tool for the job, or even that you can finally find an excuse to play with a technology you hadn't previously been able to.

Category: open source, stackato

Report from OSCON: Open Source and the Enterprise

By Bernard Golden, August 6, 2014

CAB Meeting June 2014 Recently, for the first time in several years, I had the opportunity to attend OSCON -- and found it very familiar yet also significantly changed, in ways that carry strong implications for the future of IT in the enterprise.

Category: open source

Twelve-Factor App Rollback

By Phil Whelan, July 31, 2014

Back To The Previous Version! For those not familiar, "Twelve Factor Apps" were defined by Heroku in a beautifully succinct online document they wrote to define the 12 attributes of modern, scalable cloud applications. Such an application is ephemeral, works well with siblings and is decoupled in such a way that logging and configuration can be easily managed externally.

Category: stackato

Get Out of the Weeds!

By John Wetherill, July 22, 2014

Get Out of the WeedsYears ago a colleague of mine at Sun had an annoying habit of interrupting technical discussions at engineering meetings with the phrase “We're in the weeds!”

Category: stackato

Release! Card Game Adds New Twist to Software Development

By Michael Kanasoot, July 17, 2014

We're pretty stoked to announce that we're backing an exciting project on Kickstarter - "Release!", a card game about making software inspired by development strategies like Lean, Agile, and DevOps.

Category: stackato
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