Stackato allows agile enterprises to develop and deploy software solutions faster than ever before and manage them more effectively. Designed to streamline the development process and overcome resource challenges faced by enterprise IT organizations, Stackato helps remove barriers between development, QA, deployment, and operational teams by providing a unified self-service IT platform on any infrastructure that allows enterprises to quickly deploy, scale, and manage applications written with any language or software stack.
"We saw how broken the application development process was and knew that there was a better way. We leveraged the Cloud Foundry and Docker open source projects, but we added features to Stackato so it would be more accessible to enterprises," stated
Stackato is trusted by agile enterprise IT departments who want to provide their developers with an easy to use and powerful deployment platform in their own private data center. Since its launch in 2012, Stackato has developed a healthy enterprise customer base in a variety of industries and attracted a number of high profile partners in the cloud computing space.
One of the new features in Stackato v3.0 is Activity Stream. Designed to support companies looking to implement a DevOps methodology in their organization, Activity Stream allows developers and IT operations staff to communicate and coordinate tasks directly on a social timeline, improving communication within and between these groups. This real-time view for enterprise cloud management allows stakeholders to see a unified information stream across multiple applications.
Keywords for this news article include: Software.
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