How to create your own Custom Service in Stackato

Services are essential for cloud-enabled applications and therefore core to Stackato. Whether it’s relational database services like PostgreSQL, message queueing services like RabbitMQ, NoSQL data stores like MongoDB, or caching with memcached, our devs have worked out how to get popular services integrated with Stackato, and the default services have been great for almost every application. But what if you wanted to rely on your own custom service? Hopefully, by the end of this post, you’ll understand how services work in Stackato, how they’re provisioned, and how to make your own custom service plugin for Stackato! … »