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Node’s new leader, TJ Fontaine, explains why version 0.12 will blow developers’ minds

March 11th, 2014

For years, developers from SOMA to Seoul have been begging their bosses to adopt Node.js, a server-side JavaScript framework that enables them to write apps easily and run them at high speed. Soon devs will have a stronger case to make. The 0.12 release of the open-source project is coming up really soon, newly appointed project lead and core contributor TJ Fontaine said in an interview with VentureBeat. Read More ›

Sons of Solaris' Joyent welcome Ubuntu into their cloud

February 21st, 2014

The deal was announced on Thursday and means that developers who want to run Ubuntu on Joyent's advanced SmartOS-based infrastructure can now do with greater confidence in getting regular updates from Canonical, and performance guarantees. Read More ›

Joyent & Canonical Join Forces to Offer Ubuntu optimized for the Joyent Cloud

February 20th, 2014

Customers benefit from a comprehensive Linux solution with certified Ubuntu server images, enterprise support and collaboration for scale-out deployments. San Francisco, CA, February 20, 2014 — Joyent Inc., the high-performance cloud infrastructure and big data analytics company, and Canonical today announced a partnership that will provide customers high performance, optimized and fully supported Ubuntu server images in the Joyent Cloud. Together, Joyent and Canonical will enable developers… Read More ›

Canonical Welcomes Joyent to its Certified Public Cloud Programme

February 20th, 2014

As part of the Certified Public Cloud programme, Canonical and Joyent worked together to optimise Ubuntu performance and take advantage of customisation and configuration enhancements in Joyent’s platform, letting users deploy secure and highly performant workloads. Read More ›

Joyent Cloud Adds Platform Optimization, Support for Ubuntu Server Images

February 20th, 2014

Users of the Joyent Cloud platform now have access to platform-optimized and fully supported Ubuntu server images thanks to a partnership between Joyent and Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux. Read More ›

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