Company Overview of StackIQ, Inc.
StackIQ, Inc. develops and markets a server automation platform for information technology infrastructure needs. It provisions and manages small and large bare metal environments for a variety of use cases, including big data, container deployment, building appliances, data center automation, and private cloud automation. The company offers Stacki, a Linux server provisioning tool that takes systems from bare hardware (or virtual hardware) to cluster-ready base install applications and provides configuration of RAID controllers and partitioning; installation and configuration of OS; and configuration of network. Further, it develops Stacki Ace, an open-source port of Stacki to the Raspberry ...
420 Stevens Avenue
Solana Beach, CA 92075
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for StackIQ, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chairman, COO & CTO
Co-Founder & Chief Architect
Co-Founder & VP of Engineering
Vice President of Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
StackIQ, Inc. Key Developments
StackIQ Announces the Availability of a New Major Release of Stacki 4.0
Apr 26 17
StackIQ announced the availability of a new major release of their software, Stacki 4.0. Stacki 4.0 includes support for new platforms such as SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12, Raspberry Pi and NetApp; new ease of use features; and updates to existing support for Kubernetes and Docker. New platforms supported in Stacki 4.0 are: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Service Pack 2 -- Stacki Pro is now ported to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2 and has been certified by SUSE. Customers can use Stacki Pro to provision nodes running the latest version of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Raspberry Pi provisioning (Requires Stacki "Ace" for ARM processors) - The Stacki management server can be installed on a Raspberry Pi removing the need for a dedicated X86 server for cluster installs using Stacki. Stacki can also provision Raspberry Pi nodes allowing mixed cluster installs with Raspberry Pis and X86 servers. New Advanced Storage Configurations - minimize manual steps involved in storage configurations such as - External Storage Array configuration for NetApp Arrays and Parallel Disk Formatting for rapid provisioning of storage hosts. New ease of use features in Stacki 4.0: Advanced Hostfile parameters in spreadsheets including the ability to specify groups (e.g. dev, test, prod), boxes, run-action, and installation. These steps can now be indicated in the spreadsheet input improving intelligent management of the infrastructure. GitHub integration and URL-based Pallets providing simple integration between Pallets developed and stored in GitHub and simple ingestion of Pallets from outside a cluster's local network. Stacki Pro UX Updates: Stacki UX now takes advantage of the Stacki Pro API. System admins can create multiple user accounts for the GUI with admins or non-admin permissions - Monitor temperature of CPUs for all nodes on user cluster - Global Utilization now provides dynamically updated data and
GUI users can create Pallets from ISOs. Updates to existing features: Enhancements to Kubernetes and Docker Pallets - TLS/SSL client and server encryption and
Prometheus integration for monitoring and dashboards.
StackIQ Announces Management Changes
Aug 3 16
StackIQ appointed Pervez Choudhry as CEO, effective July 18, 2016. In conjunction with Pervez' hire, Tim McIntire assumed the roles of Chairman of the Board and CTO effective July 18, 2016. Choudhry has been working in high tech for over 20 years. His most recent experience as a Vice President at Puppet provided know-how and relationships in the datacenter automation space that will benefit StackIQ greatly.
StackIQ Announces New Release for Enterprise and Pro Editions of Stacki 3.2
Jul 12 16
StackIQ announced the release of Stacki 3.2. Stacki 3.2 delivers new capabilities that simplify the automation and integration of site-specific requirements. StackIQ is the commercial entity behind this open source bare metal provisioning tool. Since the release of Stacki in June of 2015, the Stacki core team has been focused on making the Community Edition meet the needs of members of the community, adding features and value, while maintaining the StackIQ supported Pro and Enterprise editions. This release returns some focus to the Pro and Enterprise editions, adding functionality customers have requested, and improving reporting/monitoring. Customers both large and small have used the Stacki family of products to automate their server provisioning, big data, and cloud installations. With this release, the Community Edition received a host of fixes to minor problems, while Pro received a new UI and enhanced reporting, hardware management has been enhanced. In addition, both Pro and Enterprise Editions have been given the ability to support more Linux distributions via more installation mechanisms.
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