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From Jeremyau <>
Subject Re: TomEE in Stackato
Date Fri, 03 Aug 2012 17:35:12 GMT
To answer to Z:

*Does Stackato offer DB (Postgres):*
Yes. Stackato can automatically set up PostgreSQL databases (or MySQL, or
Redis, or Mongodb) when you deploy your application.

*and Tomee clustering/failover/load balancing in the cloud?*
You can your app to multiple instances (each in its own Linux container) and
Stackato's router will load balance between instances running in a cluster
of VMs. If one of the instances (or the VM that hosts it) goes down,
Stackato has a Health Manager component that will notify the Cloud
Controller which will launch a new instance on a healthy VM.

*Which providers (Amazon, Rackspace, etc....)*
There are images available on Amazon EC2 (v2.0) and HP Cloud Services
(v1.2.6 currently, v2.0 coming soon) plus any cloud hosting provider or
hypervisor that will allow you to import our VM images: 

*What does Stackato offer over just using cloud services from Amazon?*
Lots. A Stackato system (be it a single instance, or a cluster) is Platform
as a Service software. It does all of application setup for you. 

*Why is not there any pricing info no the site?*
There are some variables with the pricing model, including the scale of the
deployment. Contact They’d be pleased to
speak with you regarding your objectives, your scenario in terms of #/type
of applications you plan to deploy, and they can provide insight into the
pricing model and variables.

If you have questions about Stackato, I think it would be better if you pm
me or if you contact as this forum/mailing list is
about TomEE. :)


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