Stackato 2.0 Adds .NET Support
Stackato 2.0 Adds .NET Support
Written by Kay Ewbank   
Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Support for .NET has been added to the ActiveState Stackato cloud platform in both its free and commercial versions.

stakato

Stackato is a platform as a service (PaaS) that began with support for Perl and Python, and over time has added support for Java, Ruby, PHP, Node.js, Clojure, Scala and Erlang and now .NET.

Stackato is based on VMware's open source Cloud Foundry project, with extensions including an improved security model and management consoles. You can use the service to install and manage applications in private clouds such as VMware's vSphere, or in public clouds from Amazon or Rackspace.

Stackato comes in a free version called Stackato Micro Cloud that can be used locally on one virtual machine. For ‘real’ apps, there’s a commercial version called Stackato Enterprise that can be run on clusters and deployed to public cloud providers. The price of this version is available on request.

 stackatologo

More Information

Download Stackato 2.0

Stackato Features


To be informed about new articles on I Programmer, install the I Programmer Toolbar, subscribe to the RSS feed, follow us on, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or Linkedin,  or sign up for our weekly newsletter.

Banner


NativeScript - to rule them all?
16/05/2016

NativeScript 2.0 was recently released with tighter integratin for Angular2, extended support for 3rd-party native libraries for iOS and Android, and support, via plug-ins for TypeScript and UWP. A we [ ... ]



IBM Might Give Some Access To Its Five-Qubit Quantum Computer
05/05/2016

Our headline is reasonably accurate - what do you expect in a single sentence - but others are less so. IBM has provided access to some quantum computing hardware and this is interesting, but it isn't [ ... ]


More News

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 18 July 2012 )
 
 

   
RSS feed of news items only
I Programmer News
Copyright © 2016 i-programmer.info. All Rights Reserved.
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License.