Prior to its public launch, Stackify will share its suite of developer tools with a sold-out crowd
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (PRWEB) October 15, 2012
One month before its public launch, Stackify, a provider of tools that improve developers’ ability to support, manage and monitor their enterprise applications, will exhibit at Tech Cocktail’s Kansas City Mixer and Startup Showcase on October 17.
Stackify’s founder, Matt Watson, is no stranger to the Kansas City startup community. Previously, Watson served as founder and chief technology officer of Kansas-based VinSolutions, which was sold to AutoTrader.com in 2011. As the leader of this rapidly growing software service provider, he learned about the current challenges DevOps teams face supporting enterprise applications.
In 2012, he founded Stackify to reinvent how software developers provide application support. The platform gives developers insights into their production applications, servers and databases. This removes the bottleneck from managers and system administrators who, until now, are the only team members with access. Essentially, Stackify enables development teams to spend less time fixing bugs and more time creating products.
Currently in beta, Stackify has already been named a “Company to Watch” by Software Development Times, which called the startup “the next big thing.”
“We’re excited to be part of a handful of local startups selected to exhibit at Tech Cocktail’s sold-out event this week,” said Watson. “As we approach our public launch, we’re pleased at the interest the agile development community has shown in our suite of tools. In a matter of weeks, developers will finally have safe and secure remote access to look at log files, config files, server health and databases, thanks to Stackify.”
Developers can create a free Stackify account on Stackify.com.
Founded in 2012, Stackify is a Kansas City-based software service provider that helps development teams troubleshoot application problems. Currently in beta, Stackify will be publicly available in November 2012, when agile developers will finally be able to provide agile support. The startup has already been recognized by industry experts and Visual Studio Magazine, and was named a “Company to Watch” by Software Development Times. To learn more, visit http://stackify.com and follow @stackify on Twitter.
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