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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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Unveiling the Stackato CPBM Connector

By John Wetherill, September 24, 2013
Stackato and Citrix CloudPortal Business Manager (CPBM)

Increasingly often, at various conferences and events, I hear words and phrases like "Convergence," "Revolution," "Renaissance," "New Era," and "Sea Change." These are often heard in discussions or presentations about recent rapid innovations that are profoundly improving the craft of building software.

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John Arundel on PaaS

By Phil Whelan, September 4, 2013

John Arundel photoThis is part two of an interview we did with John Arundel of Bitfield Consulting. The first part was John Arundel on DevOps. In this second half of the interview, John talks to us about PaaS from his DevOps vantage point.

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Best Practices: Running Drupal on Stackato

By Tara Gibbs, August 13, 2013
Drupal on Stackato

We've had Drupal available in Stackato's App Store for a long time now. That deployment of the app is great for demos, or to get up and running quickly with a CMS, but a more in-depth Drupal workflow involves working with customized sources, doing local testing and debugging, and maintaining plugins in the local source tree.

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Thoughts on Pivotal, Cloud Foundry, IBM, and Stackato

By Jeff Hobbs, July 24, 2013

Cloud Welcome MatWelcome, IBM, to the Cloud Foundry ecosystem! ActiveState has been a proud member since 2011.

Cloud Foundry and Stackato in Japan

By Phil Whelan, July 15, 2013
Stackato Japan Whirlwind Trip Around Japan

In a recent whirlwind trip to Japan, I met with Cloud Foundry users in Tokyo and Osaka. There is deep investment in Cloud Foundry in Japan. For example, NTT Communications providing a Cloud Foundry-based PaaS through its "Cloud N" service.

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Server Sent Events with Aura and Node.js

By Jamie Paton, July 10, 2013
SSE with Aura.js

Recently, I uncovered a relatively fresh and unique HTML5 feature: Server Sent Events (SSE). Here are the main design characteristics:

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PHP Frameworks that Just Work

By Troy Topnik, July 8, 2013
PHP Apps in Stackato

It's great when you deploy an app and it just works. I recently worked on a proposal for a Stackato prospect who asked about a number of PHP application frameworks (basically "Will the following PHP frameworks run on Stackato"). Though I couldn't think of any reason they wouldn't work, I thought it would be prudent to test them before marking them "supported".

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Stackato Authentication Using LDAP or Google Apps

By Andrew Cole, June 18, 2013

LDAP The Hard Way

Let's say you're running a private cloud application platform like Stackato or Cloud Foundry. Let's further say that you're running this Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) inside your enterprise IT organization. This all sounds pretty reasonable, right? Enterprises are exactly the kind of customers who want private PaaS. What kind of features do enterprises expect from a PaaS?

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