What is stackato?

What is stackato?

Stackato is our platform (or PaaS) for enterprise IT departments and developers, based on various open source projects, including Cloud Foundry and Docker. Members of the team will be joining HP to help continue to grow Stackato as part of HP’s Cloud business.

What is stackato cloud?

What is Stackato? Stackato runs on top of your cloud infrastructure, and is the middleware from which your applications are launched. Developers simply upload their application source files to Stackato via IDE or command-line.

What is cloud Foundry used for?

Cloud Foundry is an open application Platform as a Service (PaaS) developed under an open source license. In other words, Cloud Foundry is a system to easily deploy, operate and scale stateless applications which are written in any programming language or framework.

Does AWS use Cloud Foundry?

As of June 2019, Cloud Foundry runs on AWS, Azure, Google Compute Platform (GCP), OpenStack, VMware vSphere, SoftLayer, and others. For a first step, we’ll look at some basics of setting up Cloud Foundry with Pivotal Web Services (PWS). PWS provides “Cloud Foundry as a web service,” deployed on top of AWS.

What is the difference between Cloud Foundry and AWS?

Cloud Foundry is an open source, multi-cloud application platform as a service governed by the Cloud Foundry Foundation. AWS platform is developed with a combination of infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and packaged software as a service (SaaS) offerings.

What is Kubernetes replacing Docker with?

Kubernetes is removing support for Docker as a container runtime. Kubernetes does not actually handle the process of running containers on a machine. Instead, it relies on another piece of software called a container runtime.

What is the next big thing after Kubernetes?

A promising cloud technology that may become widely accepted after Kubernetes is micro VM Kubernetes distributions. AWS Firecracker is the most popular of micro VM Kubernetes, which packages micro virtual machines into a Kubernetes cluster to enhance the security, workload isolation, and efficiency of resources.