LunchBadger: Microservices, Serverless on Kubernetes

The New Stack | March 6, 2018

“So when customers had DIY projects or Kubernetes as a managed service on various clouds, these platforms, once you get locked in, you have so many abstract dependencies: You need to be tied to their gateway, to their IAM provisioning rules, all the event-based services, you need to be tied into a pool like Lambda to do microservices, so it’s not really portable under the hood,” Kar said.

Joyent rolled a multi-cloud Kubernetes solution, looking at managing compute globally, which required cross-cloud monitoring, cross-cloud Kubernetes upgrades, cross-cloud Kubernetes management.

CodeTalk: Key Market Dynamics for Kubernetes, AWS, and Microservices

DZone | February 16, 2018

For this week's episode, we're offered a hard reset on market dynamics for Kubernetes, AWS, Microservices, and Containers from one of our favorite distributed computing thinkers, Bryan Cantrill (CTO of Joyent).

Joyent aims to be the open alternative to the hyperscalers

451 Research | February 8, 2018

The cloud provider has embedded openness into the core of its Triton cloud through multi-cloud Kubernetes, open source management platforms and support for open frameworks for development, machine learning and serverless. It believes it is poised to be the alternative to the hyperscalers.

Samsung SDS to build data center in Chuncheon, South Korea

Datacenter Dynamics | February 6, 2018

Samsung’s information technology services subsidiary Samsung SDS held a ground breaking ceremony this week for a new data center in Chuncheon, 85 kilometers east of Seoul.

Joyent kicks off Asia expansion plans with two new data centers

DataCenterNews | January 17, 2018

Joyent, an open cloud company, has opened two new data centers in Asia. The new facilities are in Singapore and South Korea, marking the first phase of the company’s expansion into Asia.