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OpenStack at ActiveState: SysAdmin Kevin Woolley on Folsom

By Diane Mueller, October 15, 2012

OpenStack Folsom OpenStack train keeps rolling with "Folsom" release

Category: stackato

Stackato Gets Some Sugar

By Troy Topnik, October 1, 2012

SugarCRM on Stackato Sugar CRM is industry-leading customer relationship management software. We've had it working well on Stackato since before 1.0 was released, but we've held off on putting it in Stackato's App Store till we could get a smooth install experience.

Category: stackato

Why I joined ActiveState

By John Wetherill, September 20, 2012

During my software development career I've been fortunate to work with dozens of bleeding edge, innovative, and very cool technologies. And as much as I enjoy the end results of software creation, I always find myself gravitating toward the development process itself. I have a keen interest in the tools, processes, languages, frameworks, and systems that improve developer productivity and overall software success. I love elegance, simplicity, and automation, and I'm always on the lookout for developer tools and processes that exhibit these traits.

Category: stackato

Faster Perl Deployment on Stackato with PPM

By Troy Topnik, September 13, 2012

PERL! taptaptap

I've never had the mental wiring to really master regular expressions, so I usually need to lean on some sort of Rx testing or debugging tool to get them to work the way I want.

Category: stackato

How to Solve the Enterprise Mobile BYOD Conundrum: Use Private Cloud to Go Mobile…Securely

By Diane Mueller, September 12, 2012

Enterprise IT leadership faces the Mobile BYOD Conundrum every day: How to deliver enterprise applications securely to a disparate workforce demanding corporate data access via an ever-changing array of individual mobile platforms?

Enabled in part by the flexible power of cloud computing, enterprise stakeholders now expect to engage with their enterprise cloud applications in the same way they access their consumer cloud applications…on their own devices, whether iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone 7, BlackBerry, you name it.

Category: stackato

Rocking it with Stackato and Websockets

By Jamie Paton, September 7, 2012
Not a WebSocket

With the release of Stackato v2.2 a few weeks ago, there is now experimental support for WebSockets for your applications.

Category: stackato

Claim your ActiveState Digital Swag Bag Here!

By Diane Mueller, August 27, 2012

Green Digitial Swag from #ActiveStateWhy Digital Swag?
Instead of shipping some wasteful object d’swag that will catch your attention at the conference and lure you to our booth, we decided to put together a page of “Digital Swag” aka free trials of our product and of our partner’s products on one page that you can share, tweet, and bookmark for future use!

Category: stackato

The Stackato Client Goes Open Source

By Brent Smithurst, August 27, 2012

Stackato Micro Cloud License

I've been elected to share some great news with you today: The Stackato Client (CLI) is now open source under the Apache License, Version 2.0!

Category: open source, stackato, tcl

Making a home for Smallest Federated Wiki on Stackato

By Troy Topnik, August 24, 2012

Ward CunninghamSmallest Federated Wiki is a project led by Ward Cunningham, the inventor of the Wiki.

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Stackato 2.2: Use it for Free in Production

By Brent Smithurst, August 16, 2012

Stackato Micro Cloud LicenseI'm really excited to announce that Stackato can now be used for free in a production environment (subject to some restrictions noted below)! 

Tags: license, stackato
Category: announcements, stackato
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