HPE embraces Docker as the engine for HPE Helion Development Platform
Enterprise IT operations consistently ask for more control of how container images are built, which developers in their organization gain access to when deploying Docker apps. HPE Helion Development Platform 2.0 streamlines the movement of apps from dev to test to production by standardizing on containers, enabling IT operations to bring their own containers, and adding a new continuous integration developer toolset, HPE Helion Code Engine.Read more
Enterprise apps at startup speedsEmpower your enterprise developers to quickly deliver apps using a modern and open self-service platform. IT decides and controls whether apps are deployed in public, private, or on-premises clouds, so developers can focus on coding the apps.
Develop cloud apps for the enterpriseHPE Helion Stackato is an application platform or Platform as a Service (PaaS) 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.
Cloud apps appeal to enterprises because they are architected to be modular and easy to modify in an agile way. HPE Helion Stackato enables large organizations to reap the benefits of supporting these new types of apps, while still respecting requirements for security and privacy.
Deploy on hybrid cloudsEnterprises 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.
HPE Helion Stackato is built on Cloud Foundry technology, the open source PaaS project, and runs on HPE Helion OpenStack®, a version of the OpenStack IaaS project that is hardened and tested for enterprise use. You can run apps developed on HPE Helion Stackato on other Cloud Foundry-based PaaS and deploy them on a mix of public, private, and on-premises clouds that run OpenStack.
Deliver scalable, highly-available appsHPE Helion Stackato is an application platform (PaaS) 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.
HPE Helion Stackato provides highly available services for building great enterprise apps and contains logic to quickly enable apps to autoscale, with minimal operational demands from the IT administrator.
Open source. Enterprise ready.
Powerful PaaS solutions
HPE Helion Stackato is our core PaaS product, an open, scalable, flexible cloud application platform and ecosystem supporting a variety of runtimes, frameworks, and multi-cloud deployments. Based on Cloud Foundry technology and Docker containers, this private PaaS solution makes it easier to develop, deploy, migrate, scale, manage, and monitor highly-available cloud applications.
For customers interested in PaaS solutions that integrate with HPE Helion OpenStack or HPE Helion CloudSystem, HPE Helion Development Platform takes advantage of underlying IaaS high availability to add managed application services to HPE Helion Stackato for improved performance.
|HPE Helion Stackato||HPE Helion Development Platform|
|An open, scalable, flexible cloud application platform based on Cloud Foundry technology||A version of HPE Helion Stackato that is tightly integrated with HPE Helion OpenStack and HPE Helion CloudSystem|
|Supports multiple IaaS products, including AWS, Azure, and VMware||Contains HPE Helion Stackato and includes managed and unmanaged application services provided through HPE Helion OpenStack database and messaging products|
|Can be used with a variety of runtimes, frameworks, and services|
|Uses Docker containers to launch deployed applications|
Mendix and HPE Helion Development Platform deliver rapid cloud app development
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