What is StackStorm?
StackStorm is a platform for integration and automation across services and tools. It ties together your existing infrastructure and application environment so you can more easily automate that environment -- with a particular focus on taking actions in response to events.
StackStorm is a tool in the Remote Server Task Execution category of a tech stack.
StackStorm is an open source tool with 4K GitHub stars and 524 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to StackStorm's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses StackStorm?
7 companies reportedly use StackStorm in their tech stacks, including Content Square, stackstorm, and Crunchr.
49 developers on StackShare have stated that they use StackStorm.
Git, Docker, Slack, MySQL, and CloudFlare are some of the popular tools that integrate with StackStorm. Here's a list of all 73 tools that integrate with StackStorm.
- Automations tie events to actions you’d like to take, using a rules engine and, if you want, comprehensive workflow. Automations are your operational patterns summarized as code.
- StackStorm automations work either by starting with your existing scripts – just add simple meta data – or by authoring the automations within StackStorm.
- Automations are the heart of StackStorm – they allow you to share operational patterns, boost productivity, and automate away the routine.
- CLI, REST API + Python Bindings
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