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The Path to Stackato
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The Path to Stackato
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  • That Path to StackatoMultipaas in development prior, pivoted onto CF (became Python community lead)Now have customers across the financial, hi-tech and defense industries.- 7 turned Stackato into f business and are continuing to growCLICK and in a few slides we’ll talk about Stackato v3But first let’s talk about some of the features we’ve built along the wayCLICK You’ll recognize most of these as CF v2 featuresThey all originated in Stackato first
  • Build on Cloud Foundry- broader application support- better manageability- easier debuggingStackato client - June 2011Enhanced frameworksDbshell - Aug 2011Linux Containers - Aug 2011 PDP4Hooks - Oct 2011, 0.5Management console (user and admin views) - Nov 2011Cron support - Jan 2012, 0.8Ssh - Jan 2012, 0.8Persistent file system - Feb 2012, 1.0Groups - Apr 2012, 1.2Buildpacks - Apr 2012, 1.2Router2g (v2) - Jul 2012, 2.0Logyard (v2) - Oct 2012, 2.4Kato (v2) - Jul 2012, 2.0Harbor (v2) - Feb 2013, 2.8AOK (v2) - Feb 2013, 2.8Oracle DB support - Apr 2013 2.10.4
  • we are working now on TRUNKwe had lots of v1 changes that weren't accepted in closed envglad to see CF moving to an open governance modelno clarity on what the new core is
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    • 1. 1
    • 2. 2 Jeffrey Hobbs CTO, ActiveState Software Inc.
    • 3. 3 The Path to Stackato
    • 4. 4 © 2013 ActiveState Software Inc The Path to Stackato 2011 2012 2013 CF Announced April Stackato PDP June Stackato Beta November Stackato 1.0 February Stackato 2.0 July Multipaas Stackato 2.10 April Stackato 3.0 Soon … Micro Cloud BuildpacksLinux Containers Groups (Orgs) Router2G
    • 5. 5 © 2013 ActiveState Software Inc Building on Cloud Foundry  Linux Containers  Groups  Buildpacks  Router2g  Stackato client  Komodo integration  ssh & dbshell application access  Staging & Runtime Hooks  Support for cron  Management console  Persistent file system service  Logyard  Kato (centralized cluster management)  Harbor (ports as a service)  AOK (replaces UAA)  Oracle DB provisioner
    • 6. 6 Stackato v3
    • 7. 7 © 2013 ActiveState Software Inc Stackato v3
    • 8. 8 © 2013 ActiveState Software Inc Stackato Timeline
    • 9. 9 © 2013 ActiveState Software Inc  Full merge with Cloud Foundry v2 trunk • and all the goodies that brings  New social timeline and dashboards  Updated console administrative and user views  Improved centralized management of larger clusters  Improved auto-scaling support  Fully supported migration path from Stackato v2 Stackato v3
    • 10. 10 Cloud Foundry Ecosystem
    • 11. 11 © 2013 ActiveState Software Inc  Stackato v3 is based on CF v2 trunk • Vested interest in strong ecosystem  Building healthier community around open ecosystems  Needs to extend to design as well as bug fixes  Model of open governance is important Cloud Foundry Ecosystem
    • 12. 12 © 2013 ActiveState Software Inc  Come see us at our table for more info  Free to try at activestate.com/stackato Thank You!
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