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Using Apache Brooklyn on Stackato

By Billy Tat, May 5, 2015

Apache BrooklynAt ActiveState, we realize applications often require data services to enhance the user experience. That is why Stackato includes a set of system services like MySQL, PostgreSQL, RabbitMQ, and more.

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Stackato App Store: Then and Now

By Billy Tat, November 10, 2014

The Stackato App Store is an intuitive interface containing customizable links to popular apps for quick access deployments. It’s been a while (Q2 2012!) since we’ve last seen the Stackato App Store make an appearance on the ActiveState Blog.

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YAML Like a Pro

By Ingy döt Net, July 8, 2014

YAML (YAML Ain't Markup Language) is a cross-programming-language data serialization language whose primary focus is Human Friendliness. This generally means less funny characters like ({}, [], ", etc), so that the data is easier to read and write. These characters are used, but YAML tries hard to make them needed as little as possible; more for harder cases, less so for simple things.

Category: stackato

Cloud Application Portability: The Holy Grail of Cloud Computing

By Diane Mueller, December 20, 2011

Portable application deployment to any cloud hosting provider is the Holy Grail of cloud computing.

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Using YAML to Drive App Deployment

By Troy Topnik, November 30, 2011
stackato.yml config - Automated Deployment

There's a very handy but sometimes overlooked feature of the stackato client that we'd like to let you know more about. I often have to remind myself to point it out when I'm doing demos for people, as it's something that I've quickly come to take for granted.

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