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Which hypervisor? Why not all of them!

By Ho Ming Li, February 24, 2014

PaaS@Office

Stackato micro cloud runs on VMware hypervisors, KVM, Xen, Virtualbox, naturally meaning it can run on vSphere, Openstack, or CloudStack. In demonstrations, in webinars, at conferences, we keep emphasizing the fact that you can run Stackato on any hypervisor. We wanted to show you the strength of easily moving your applications to ANY cloud environment.

Category: stackato

Smooth Scaling with Stackato and vSphere

By Jamie Paton, January 24, 2012
Stackato Scaling on vSphere

We have a number of Stackato deployments here at ActiveState, some larger than others, but one stands out as enticingly quick to get setup and scaling with little effort.

Category: stackato

NCM looks to Stackato PaaS for Operations, Scalability

By Angie Hirata, October 19, 2011

NCM works with PaaS StackatoAt the German Perl Workshop this week in Frankfurt, Denis Banovic of NCM is presenting his real-life experience with Perl in the Cloud. The focus of his talk is going to be about Stackato as a Perl PaaS, how he tested it, including a demonstration.

Category: perl, perl, stackato

Infrastructure-Agnostic PaaS: Why we Joined OpenStack and OVA

By Angie Hirata, October 13, 2011

cloud infrastructureWhile Stackato is still in beta, we've been having conversations with many companies that are testing Stackato as a private PaaS platform. Whether large companies or private cloud operators, they seem to fall into two categories when it comes to how they view the underlying infrastructure of their private cloud.

1. Some are 100% VMware, and run their private cloud on vSphere, vCenter, vCloud Director - the VMware cloud infrastructure stack.

Category: open source, stackato

Using Stackato to make your own PaaS on vSphere

By Troy Topnik, September 26, 2011
Whitepaper - vSphere Private PaaS

We've written a fair bit about what Stackato is and how it works, but we haven't blogged much about why you would want to consider it. That's because there are different reasons, depending on who you are.

Category: stackato

Stackato: Not Your Ordinary Micro Cloud

By Diane Mueller, August 25, 2011

As many of our beta testers happily discovered, the Stackato Micro Cloud VM, which has been available in Beta for a couple of months, is a great way for developers to easily test and deploy on their desktops before rolling out to a staging or production server.

Stackato Micro Cloud is designed to be cloned and clustered!

Category: stackato

Python in the Cloud: Stackato, Cloud Foundry and vSphere

By Diane Mueller, August 25, 2011

With today's announcement of our Python contribution to the Cloud Foundry community,   I wanted take this opportunity to expand more on what we've done with Python in Stackato, ActiveState's new cloud platform and how we've taken the Cloud Foundry open source project and made it Enterprise ready and

Category: python, stackato

Why we chose Cloud Foundry

By Jeff Hobbs, June 6, 2011
Stackato and Cloud Foundry

ActiveState was thrilled with the arrival of VMware’s Cloud Foundry platform.

Category: stackato

Stackato: A platform for Python and Perl in the Cloud

By Troy Topnik, May 5, 2011
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ActiveState is entering the cloud market.

Today we're announcing Stackato, a platform for Python and Perl applications on public and private clouds.

Category: announcements, stackato
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