Are you interested in contributing and making Stacki even better? Check out the source code on GitHub.

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Have any questions? Our Slack channel is the best place to get help. Just enter your email and we’ll send you an invitation.

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Want to meet with other Stacki users in your area? Join a local meetup group or contact us and we’ll help you start a new one.

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Google Group

Interested in staying up to date on what the Stacki community is doing? Join the discussion and stay in the loop.

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Our second annual Stacki user conference will be at San Francisco’s iconic Clift Hotel on April 27, 2017. StackiFest 2017 will bring together Stacki users, partners, and people who want to learn more about modern bare metal provisioning and its application to solving crucial data center automation, big data deployments, and container deployments.

The day will be filled with presentations done by the core Stacki engineering team and Stacki users. Breakfast and lunch will be served with a happy hour following the event. Space is limited, so register now to reserve your spot.

We will be announcing more details in the next couple of weeks, so make sure to join our Slack Team or Google Group to stay up to date on announcements.


Tickets are just $99.99 each and free for students & educators. Space is limited, so register now to reserve your spot.


Upcoming Events

April 17 – April 20

Austin Convention Center
500 E. Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, TX 78701

We’re so excited to sponsor DockerCon for the first time! Make sure to meet the Stacki team in the Expo Hall.

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May 2 – May 4

Boston Convention Center
415 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210

Use the promo code STACKIQ995 to register at the preferred rate of $995 and visit StackIQ in the Expo Hall.

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Open Source Downloads

Open Source Stacki is a bare metal provisioning tool that automates cluster installs enabling consistency and configuration for your modern application and container environments. You can download Stacki and follow the documentation to start installing your clusters.

With Stacki, you are able to create Carts and Pallets that add more functionality and customizations to your backend nodes. The StackIQ Engineering team has open sourced two Pallets, Kubernetes & Hortonworks, that are also available for download.


Stacki Swag for a Story

Whether you’re using Stacki on one machine at home or on a thousand machines at work, we want to hear about it. Tell us how you’re using Stacki, and we’ll send you some Stacki swag.

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“We didn’t have time to spend weeks and months figuring everything out. We needed a partner to give us direction and guidance. So the fact that [the Stacki dev Team] was really responsive is a huge win.”

Dave Peterson, Salesforce

“I can’t express enough how excited I am to find Stacki! This is an awesome project and the Slack team is great!”

Tim Enders, MontanaSky Networks

“I’m using [Stacki] in our hadoop infrastructure to stage servers. So far so good – happy thus far:-)”

Shiva Rajagopalan

“I’m using Stacki at home to provision my classroom servers for a Linux class I teach. Stacki allows me to reprovision hardware for different lessons. Previously I was using Cobber which is ok, but difficult to work with.”

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