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Don’t you wish you could do more than one thing at a time? The same goes for your cloud. What’s the use of all this great raw computing power if your applications can’t adapt to load requirements as demand fluctuates? Now, with Platform-as-a-Service, elastic scalability is not only possible in the cloud, but practical and necessary as well.
Learn how to run applications in hybrid clouds using Stackato, ActiveState’s Platform-as-a-Service for private clouds, and two open source projects brooklyn and jclouds. Brooklyn is a control plane for distributed applications and jclouds is a multi-cloud library that helps deploy Stackato in multiple clouds. The demonstration showcases a hybrid cloud that spans both the HP Cloud and Amazon`s AWS.
Stackato is a cloud application platform based on Cloud Foundry for creating a private PaaS. This video shows deploying an application to a locally running “micro cloud” then re-targeting and deploying the same application to a Stackato cluster running on HP Cloud Services. It also show the new Stackato interface in Komodo IDE 7 and touches briefly on the use of the ‘stackato run’ command and post-staging hooks.