Mark Cavage speaks at dtrace.conf 2012 about DTrace in Node.js.
Eric Sproul of OmniTI speaks on ZFS Day about running intensive business-intelligence database queries on rapidly changing data.
Joyent’s Ben Rockwood and Blake Irvin and Eric Saxby of Wanelo talk SmartOS on the Food fight show.
Bryan Cantrill and Brendan Gregg discuss the challenges of apps that exhibit data-intensive real-time semantics (aka DIRTy apps).
Jerry Jelinek talks about OS virtualization capabilities and some new steps in the evolution of SmartOS.
Ben Rockwood, Joyent’s Director of Cloud Operations, outlines the philosophy behind DevOps and how it appears in practice.
DTrace is a magician that conjures up rainbows, ponies and unicorns — and does it all entirely safely and in production!
A video from last year's Node Summit when Isaac Schlueter and Ryan Dahl, were just announcing Node v0.6.
Enhanced OS Virtualization for the Cloud - Jerry Jelinek at Illumos Day
SmartOS basics for sysadmins presented by Ben Rockwood.
Bryan Cantrill opens the BayLISA meetup at Joyent, August 16, 2012.
The event-oriented approach underlying Node.js enables significant concurrency using a deceptively simple programming model, which has been an important factor in Node's growing popularity for building large scale web services.
They say the best things in life are free, and we couldn’t agree more. We also think our cloud is just as awesome as free stuff like air, sunshine and unconditional love. And that gave us an idea.
The performance of the file system, or disks, is often the target of blame, especially in multi-tenant cloud environments. At Joyent we deploy a public cloud on ZFS-based systems, and frequently investigate performance with a wide variety of applications in growing environments.
Video is now the king of content. However, there’s not enough time to watch a video. 4-minute videos can make us squirm in our chairs or reach for our smartphone to check email. Even if you have not heard of ReelSurfer, you probably have watched a mash-up or one of its viral videos. ReelSurfer is a free online service that lets anyone clip and share any video from any website.