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Stackato 2.0 and Apache TomEE

By Jérémy Aubert, August 1, 2012

TomEE on Stackato One of the new features of Stackato 2.0 is the support of JEE applications.

Java Enterprise Edition is the enterprise side of Java. This platform provides an API and runtime environment for developing and running enterprise software.

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Appsecute: Managing Stackato on Multiple Clouds

By Diane Mueller, July 30, 2012

Appsecute and Stackato It’s a multi-cloud world out there, and it can be very painful to manage multiple Platform as a Service (PaaS) clusters some days. Let me explain my pain, and see if your organization can relate.

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You've got mail! Using SendGrid with Stackato

By Diane Mueller, July 26, 2012

Stackato and SendGrid With Stackato, developers can easily code, test, and launch an application to any cloud. Some of those applications may need to send email, and we've been advising our users to connect their applications to their own SMTP gateway servers to do this.

But there's a cloudier, "as-a-Service" way to do this.

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Komodo 7.1 Video: SCC Push, Variable Highlighting, Add Your Own Language

By Todd Whiteman, July 24, 2012

Komodo IDE - New in 7.1 Komodo IDE 7.1 is out! I've put together a short screencast to demo all the great new features we've added.

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Adding Gravatars to the Stackato Web Console

By Tara Gibbs, July 24, 2012

A couple of weeks ago, we demo'd a preview of the Stackato 2.0 release to James Governor of RedMonk. He mentioned that it would be fun to add Gravatars to the Stackato Web Console. We agreed, and I was given the task of adding it into the console.

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Video: Brent Demonstrates Gravatars, Cluster Management, and more in Stackato 2.0!

By Brent Smithurst, July 16, 2012

Stackato 2.0 Overview

An Overview Of The Exciting New Features In Stackato 2.0.

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How to Deploy .NET Apps to Stackato 2.0

By Diane Mueller, July 9, 2012

Stackato 2.0 now has integrated .NET support via the Iron Foundry.NET project. Iron Foundry is an open source project that extends .NET to any Cloud Foundry-based Platform as Service (PaaS). By integrating Iron Foundry with Stackato, we can now make Windows DEAs available on any Stackato cluster with the ability to run the full spectrum of .NET Web Applications, SQL Server, and more.

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Video: Hybrid cloud Stackato deployments using jclouds & Brooklyn

By Diane Mueller, June 26, 2012

Hybrid cloud Stackato with brooklyn and jclouds

Cloudsoft CTO Alex Heneveld shows how to deploy Stackato in a Hybrid Cloud configuration.

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Static Site Stackato: Using Heroku Buildpacks for Jekyll

By Troy Topnik, June 19, 2012
Jekyll on Stackato

Portability is a core principle in Stackato. We developed it on a codebase which is not tied to any particular hypervisor. We distribute it in a variety of formats for all the popular hypervisors.

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Stackato Goes Mobile: The FeedHenry Technology Collaboration and What It Means for Your Enterprise

By Diane Mueller, June 12, 2012

Today, ActiveState announced a joint technology collaboration with FeedHenry. FeedHenry’s cloud-based mobile application platform simplifies the development, integration, deployment. and management of secure mobile apps for business. And that innovative mobile technology is now integrated with Stackato, providing a unified mobility solution for enterprises and developers looking to host mobile applications within a private cloud.

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