May 14, 2020

ActiveState Launches Early-Access Program to the ActiveState Platform for Open Source Projects

ActiveState today announced another year of rapid annual recurring revenue (ARR) growth and profitability driven by their innovation in open source languages and their expanding enterprise customer base.

May 1, 2020

ActiveState Delivers Python 2 Support Beyond EOL with Release of Latest Version of ActivePython for Enterprises

ActiveState today announced another year of rapid annual recurring revenue (ARR) growth and profitability driven by their innovation in open source languages and their expanding enterprise customer base.

January 31, 2020

Addressing Open Source Language Pain Drives Growth for ActiveState

ActiveState today announced another year of rapid annual recurring revenue (ARR) growth and profitability driven by their innovation in open source languages and their expanding enterprise customer base.

January 15, 2020

ActiveState’s Python 2 EOL Survey Finds Many Organizations Ill-Prepared

The end of life for Python 2 has arrived and many organizations are still struggling with their plans for migration to Python 3. That’s according to the findings of a new survey released today by ActiveState, which was conducted to determine whether and how organizations are preparing for Python 2 EOL.

November 27, 2019

ActiveState Adds Thousands of Popular Python Packages to the ActiveState Platform in Response to Customer Need

ActiveState has added more than 50,000 Python package versions to its ActiveState Platform, all of which can now be automatically resolved for dependencies, built and packaged into runtimes that eliminate “works on my machine” issues.

September 26, 2019

ActiveState Opens Python 2 End of Life Survey

Today ActiveState opened its Python 2 End of Life (EOL) Survey. With the impending EOL of Python 2 on Jan 1 2020, it’s more important than ever to understand how enterprises are preparing for the change. The survey addresses the key issues that enterprises will need to grapple with. Anyone who codes, tests, deploys, runs, manages or works with Python 2 applications can complete it. The survey results, complete with a comprehensive report, will be made available to all respondents and the public in early 2020.

August 29, 2019

ActiveState Replaces the Readme With New CLI Tool

ActiveState today introduced the ActiveState Platform Command Line Interface (CLI), the State Tool to address many of the tasks that plague developers at project setup or worse, when they have to dive back into an older project. These include environment setups that don’t work the first time; dependencies, system libraries and build tools that aren’t pinned, limiting build reproducibility; and an abundance of poorly documented and maintained ad hoc scripts, which affect productivity.

July 16, 2019

ActiveState Offers Extended Support for Python 2 Beyond EOL

Community support for Python 2 will expire on Jan. 1, 2020. ActiveState today announced a commercial support offering that includes security fixes and support for Python 2 beyond its End of Life (EOL) date. This offering will help organizations reduce risk and save developer time.

June 26, 2019

ActiveState Automates Builds of Custom Python and Perl Runtimes for Windows

Windows users struggle with challenges when it comes to build environments, compilers, library clashes, runtimes and other incompatibilities. To make it easier for developers using Windows to create custom Python and Perl runtimes, ActiveState today announced enhancements to its software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering.