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Joyent cuts prices on cloudy infrastructure

May 23rd, 2013

With the rejiggering of its cloud, Joyent is not only cutting prices, it is also forging server slices that are more or less the same as the most popular configurations offered by Amazon Web Services and offering dozens of additional configurations not available (yet) on AWS. Read More ›

Joyent Moves To Take On Amazon

May 23rd, 2013

As for Joyent, which may be one of the most compelling cloud services that many people have not heard of, the company this week rolled out a major expansion of its offerings. It went from having 10 virtual machine instance types to now having 71 different combinations of compute and storage users can configure in its cloud. Read More ›

Joyent to Amazon: It’s on

May 23rd, 2013

Joyent seeks to differentiate itself on how well it runs high-performance applications on its own SmartOS (or on Linux or Windows); the tooling it provides; its service and support; and its ability to offer the hybrid cloud option that many companies prefer. Read More ›

Dell to Drive Public Cloud IaaS Through Partners

May 21st, 2013

At launch, the new program has new partners: Joyent, an IaaS provider for real-time web and mobile applications. Joyent's technology is also compatible with Enstratius, a cloud management software and services vendor acquired by Dell earlier this month. Read More ›

Dell to Deliver Public Cloud through Partner Ecosystem

May 20th, 2013

Dell is launching the Dell Cloud Partner Program to deliver public cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) through an ecosystem of partners. Acting as a single-source supplier, Dell will offer customers a choice of vendors and technology, freedom from lock-in to a single platform or pricing model and a central point of solution integration and control. Sales of Dell's current in-house multi-tenant public cloud IaaS will be discontinued in the U.S. in favor of best-in-class partner offerings. Read More ›