We at ScaleArc are thrilled to team up with Joyent, a premier cloud provider of both public and hybrid cloud services.
To address the traditional limits and problems of SQL at web-scale, we are thrilled to announce our integration of ClustrixDB with and availability on Joyent’s cloud platform.
Joyent’s Future Stack scholarship sponsorship of an under-represented developer population: women.
The holiday season is a magical time of the year for most. Unfortunately, for the teams of people that need to ensure that their ecommerce sites perform properly at peak loads, it can be the most stressful time of the year.
LaunchKey is on a mission to eliminate passwords. Here’s how this startup is using Joyent’s cloud to help them accomplish their goal.
Joyent is now fully supporting Chef, Opscode’s infrastructure automation software, on the Joyent Cloud.
After more than 18 months of work, Nodejitsu announced the release of OpsMezzo at TXJS this week.
A basic how-to video on getting a Node.js Joyent SmartMachine running with MongoLab, a MongoDB-as-a-Service provider.
Continuuity products and related services will now be officially available on the Joyent Public Cloud.
As of today, Cloudant’s service is available on our high-performance cloud platform to deliver a finely tuned database technology stack.
New Relic announces the availability of New Relic for Mobile Apps.
Storify used Joyent to triple its users and bring original news content to people all over the world.
Our partner New Relic is offering complete error analysis capabilities to all customers for free.
Recent events have shown again and again the challenge of using cryptographic keys to prove the authenticity of electronic data. Whether it’s McAfee revoking keys for signing apps on the Apple store, stolen keys from Bit9 being used to sign malware or RSA losing its master private key, key compromise is a potential headache every CSO wakes up to on a daily basis. But what if you could prove the authenticity of the world’s data without relying on cryptographic keys at all?
“Technologists are an increasingly important force in our economy, but nobody is servicing them properly,” explained Reuben Katz, co-founder and CEO of Geeklist.