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From Micro Cloud to Micro Cluster

By Troy Topnik, August 5, 2014
Stackato Micro Cluster

The most exciting thing for me about the Stackato 3.4 release has nothing to do with new product features. Starting with this release, the Stackato Micro Cloud License has been extended to allow the creation of clusters with up to 20GB of RAM without any license fees.

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Iron Foundry and Stackato for .NET apps

By Jeff Hobbs, May 15, 2012
Stackato 1.2 and Iron Foundry

We get asked occasionally about Stackato support for .NET. It's clearly an important enterprise application platform today, but there are some technical challenges to supporting it on a Linux-based PaaS system.

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The New Stackato App Store

By Ingy döt Net, May 9, 2012
Stackato App Store

Platform-as-a-Service is the future for deploying and managing Internet applications. It promises to provide an environment that abstracts the hard stuff (operating system, web server, programming language environment, databases, etc) and leaves you with the joy of just saying "Run this app, please".

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Little Clouds for Free: ActiveState commits to a free Stackato Micro Cloud

By Diane Mueller, November 22, 2011
Stackato Micro Cloud

ActiveState is proud to announce that Stackato will continue to be free of charge for you to use as a single node. Stackato will ship with a "micro cloud" license option. This means that you can always have your very own private Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for free.

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