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Why The JavaScript World Is Still Waiting For Node.js 1.0

August 22nd, 2014

Take, for instance, Node.js, the development framework that popularized the use of JavaScript-based Web apps on servers as well as browsers. Node has been on the scene for five years, during which time it's become the go-to tool for JavaScript developers who build messaging tools, game servers, and other real-time applications that require a speedy response from servers. Read More ›

What programmers learned at MeetMe’s fireside chat with TJ Fontaine

August 22nd, 2014

It was a side stop of the Node.js on the Road tour, which resulted in a much more intimate and technical talk about Node.js. Fontaine shared a ton of valuable information for a room full of MeetMe developers, and others, who use Node.js for work...Fontaine showed a lot of enthusiasm for his role in the Node.js project, spending most of his talk on very technical, application-specific functions. Read More ›

Flood of Rivals Could Burst Amazon's Cloud

July 25th, 2014

Some companies offering cloud services—including Microsoft, VMware and Joyent—also are offering software to help enterprises that want to keep some computing operations on their own premises. AWS believes "that any enterprise that continues on-premise computing is a walking dinosaur," said Bryan Cantrill, Joyent's chief technology officer. "We just don't believe that." Read More ›

Many disparate use cases can be satisfied with a single storage system

July 13th, 2014

While the term big data is vague enough to have lost much of its meaning, today's storage systems are growing more quickly and managing more data than ever before. Read More ›

Hybrid cloud: What it is, why it matters

July 1st, 2014

The hybrid cloud is the combination of a public cloud provider (such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, or Joyent Compute) with a private cloud platform — one that's designed for use by a single organization. Read More ›

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