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Implementing a CouchDB Service on Stackato: Technical Overview

By Rudy Wahono, December 10, 2013
ActiveState has been a long time supporter of colleges and universities by providing development tools as part of the ActiveState Education Partner Program.
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Implementing a CouchDB Service on Stackato: Project Overview

By Joseph Hou, December 5, 2013
BCITActiveState has been a long time supporter of colleges and universities by providing development tools as part of the ActiveState Education Partner Program. In line with this initiative, we have recently provided four students from the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) access to Stackato for a class project.
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Here’s Why Some Pundits are Wrong about PaaS

By Bart Copeland, November 28, 2013

HolophonorHere at ActiveState, we watched with bemusement over the past week or so as the viability of Platform as a Service (PaaS) was called into question by various writers and pundits.

Tags: IT, PaaS, stackato
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Continuous Delivery with Jenkins and Stackato

By Kathy Thomas, November 25, 2013
Continuous Delivery Stackato WebinarContinuous delivery is not a new concept in application development and companies are looking to see how they can incorporate it. With more traditional releases, companies pack in as many features as possible and make significant changes to the software.
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Can PaaS Really Reduce the US Fed’s IT Budget by $20.5 Billion?

By Bart Copeland, November 22, 2013
In the recent MeriTalk study (“PaaS or Play? Cloud’s Next Move”), it was reported that $20.5 Billion (or 25%) of the Fed’s annual IT budget could be saved by moving to a platform-as-a-service (PaaS).
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The Quest for a DevOps Culture: Communication is Key

By Matthew Fisher, November 20, 2013

Stackato Activity Stream We are constantly seeing articles about DevOps and the goal of improving communication between Dev and IT Operations The underlying message is a good one: “lets all work together.” While everyone would like to work together, in theory, the adoption of DevOps has been slower than most would like.

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Debugging Node.js Applications in Stackato

By Ho Ming Li, November 13, 2013

Node.js Debugging Let’s face it, there will be bugs...in my applications and yours. From println/echo debugging to using full-on debuggers, a developer will no doubt spend a portion of his or her time debugging applications. By now, most developers are familiar with the various debugging tools in their local development environment, but as they step towards cloud deployments, how can they achieve the same?

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Why Would ActiveState Join OpenStack's Project Solum?

By Brent Smithurst, November 5, 2013

Seastack SolumUnless you're deeply embedded in the PaaS, OpenStack, or cloud computing industries (e.g. a vendor), you probably haven't heard of Project Solum yet.

Cloud Foundry Community Advisory Board Kicks Off (with participation from ActiveState, IBM, Intel, Pivotal, and others)

By Jeff Hobbs, October 30, 2013

Community Advisory BoardHistory was made in the Cloud Foundry community this morning and ActiveState is proud to have been part of it. We’ve been looking forward to this ever since there were first whispers of a Cloud Foundry Community Advisory Board (CAB).

ActiveMQ on Stackato

By Matthew Fisher, October 3, 2013
Apache ActiveMQ

A new service just rolled off the press. One of our customers has graciously allowed us to open-source a service plugin that they created by following our blog post on creating custom services.

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