Build reliable and resilient applications on the high-performance Joyent cloud infrastructure. Our service powers the fastest-growing and most innovative mobile, social, media & entertainment, e-commerce, financial services and service provider companies. Experience it for yourself.
Joyent is architected for modern, real-time applications, and ideal for:
When latency matters, use the cloud infrastructure that performs better than dedicated servers.
True data resiliency and fidelity with the best cloud uptime SLA in the industry.
Use our unique hot spot, utilization, density, load balancing, and latency analytics to root out production problems in live systems.
Choose from five instance types (Standard, High CPU, High Memory, High Storage, High I/O) and reserved plans to match price / performance according to your workload.
Available dynamic scaling to instantly meet variable traffic without reboots.
Connect with solution architects who can advise you on how to build your architecture with scalability in mind.
As the corporate steward of Node.js, Joyent offers the only debugging and performance tools for Node.js apps in production.
Deploy on the same infrastructure globally. Test your web or mobile application in new regions on our global network and if needed, extend your public cloud infrastructure on premise leverage the same code base in a Joyent Private Cloud deployment.
Provides a balanced set of resources and a low cost platform that is well suited for a wide variety of applications.
Offers large memory sizes for high throughput applications, including database and memory caching applications.
Provides proportionally more CPU resources than memory (RAM) and are well suited for compute-intensive applications.
Delivers proportionally higher storage density per instance, and are ideally suited for applications that benefit from high sequential I/O performance across very large data sets. High Storage instances also provide high levels of CPU, memory and network performance.
Provides very high disk I/O performance and are ideally suited for many high performance database workloads. High I/O instances provide SSD-based local instance storage, and also provide high levels of CPU, memory and network performance.
Everyone's components can fail, but in Joyent's architecture, a failing component only affects the infrastructure that is directly dependent upon that component. For example, if a disk fails, ZFS automatically begins resilvering—with minimal disruption and no downtime to the compute node. If an entire compute node fails, only the virtual machines provisioned on that node fail; other nodes are unaffected. And in the unlikely event of broader failure the affected components stop, but the failure doesn't spread.