HP acquires ActiveState’s Stackato business

HP’s acquisition of Stackato, the industry-leading Cloud Foundry PaaS, further demonstrates our commitment to Cloud Foundry technology and broadens our hybrid cloud capabilities. Complementing the HP Helion Development Platform, the technology helps customers bring applications to market more rapidly by reducing the amount of time spent on IT configuration.

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Enterprise Apps at Startup Speeds

Develop cloud apps | Deploy across hybrid clouds | Deliver scalable, highly-available apps
Empower your enterprise developers quickly deliver apps using a modern and open self-service platform. IT decides and controls whether apps are deployed in public, private, or on premise clouds, while developers focus on coding the app.



Develop Cloud Apps for the Enterprise

HP Helion Development Platform is an application platform (or Platform as a Service) that enables developers to rapidly develop, deploy and scale cloud applications across a mix of public and private clouds. We provide support for a wide and growing list of programming languages and technologies.
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Deploy on Hybrid Clouds

Enterprises may run a mix of private, public, and on-premises infrastructure. Because of this, standardizing on technology solutions that are flexible and based on open source is a competitive advantage for any industry.
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Deliver scalable, highly-available apps

HP Helion Development Platform is an application platform (or Platform as a Service) that enables developers to rapidly develop, deploy and scale cloud applications across a mix of public and private clouds. We provide support for a wide and growing list of programming languages and technologies.
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