Why Your Enterprise Needs Stackato

The Platform for the Agile Enterprise

Be the enterprise you want to be, not what you're forced to be

Stackato helps enterprises take advantage of the cloud, making them as nimble or as agile as they want to be. Virtualization alone is not enough now that you’re deploying apps to the cloud. You need the Stackato platform in order to deliver business value faster than before and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
Streamline Your Development Process with Automatic Provisioning
Stackato is a platform that lets you streamline your development process by automatically  provisioning the application environment.  Developers can deploy applications without assistance from IT Operations and still stay within the company’s security and compliance requirements. With Stackato the usual delays associated with the application lifecycle will be eliminated and now both teams can be more productive--your IT Operations team can focus on infrastructure and your developers can focus on coding.
Performance Management and Reliability
While Stackato makes it easy to deploy your applications, it makes managing them even easier. With performance management dashboards, your Operations team has complete visibility into the health of the application and can scale up or down as quickly as required. Now your operations team can manage thirty applications with the same effort it took to manage one.
Cloud Security
Architected with cloud security in mind, Stackato has been extended and hardened to provide enterprises with tighter security, better compliance, and more control over secure, sensitive data. Stackato uses Docker for its Linux Containers (LXC) so your applications are isolated, protecting them from security breaches that may happen on your private or public cloud.
Drive Innovation
Stackato fosters innovation, experimentation, and creativity by lowering the cost of mistakes.  By streamlining the development process, it’s now easier (and cheaper) for your developers to tweak and modify cloud applications. With Stackato, they can now focus on coding and improving the application, instead of provisioning the environment for it.
Utilizing the industry leading open-source platform-as-a-service (Paas) technology as the basis, the Stackato platform has additional functionality required by enterprises so it is easy to set-up and use right out of the box. 
To learn more about Stackato and how it can be part of your cloud stack, download the CIO’s Guide to Platform-as-a-Service.

Stackato’s strength is that it was built with a ‘security first’ approach, which makes it appealing to enterprise buyers. It supports multiple programming languages, enabling developers to push apps from their desktops to different cloud environments.
— Alex Williams, TechCrunch

What Stackato Can Do for You
Maximize your investment in the cloud

Leverage your virtualized infrastructure and get more out of cloud technology investment with a PaaS--get your applications to market faster and gain a competitive advantage.

Combat Shadow IT with Auto-provisioning

Automatic provisioning of the application environment, means your scarce IT resources can spend their time in better ways than manually configuring environments

Combat shadow IT--empower your developers with the freedom to deploy on their own, while giving your IT operations group the control that they need.

Infrastructure Agnostic

Avoid vendor lock-in; Stackato is infrastructure-agnostic and works with a wide variety of hypervisors, infrastructures and can be deployed to any kind of cloud (private, public, hybrid)

Move Legacy Applications to the Cloud

Move some of your legacy apps to the cloud. Stackato’s polyglot capabilities and built-in management tools make deploying web applications to the cloud easy, and porting legacy applications to the cloud possible.

Streamline the Application Development Process

Developers can deploy to the cloud in minutes instead of weeks; streamlining the application development process so you can get your applications to market faster.

Cloud Security

Each application is in its own Docker Linux Container-secure from rogue applications that may exist on your public cloud; ensures compliance and data security requirements are met

Fosters Innovation

Fosters innovation, experimentation, and creativity by lowering the cost of mistakes, making it easier/cheaper for you to tweak and modify cloud applications.