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Dell Unveils Partner Program for Public Clouds

May 20th, 2013

Joyent offers IaaS solutions for both private and public clouds. ZeroLag offers hosting services based on VMware technology, while ScaleMatrix sells cloud services through its TruCore Performance Cloud hosting platform. Read More ›

AWS is the McDonald’s of the cloud. Who’s the Burger King?

May 17th, 2013

Joyent, Virtustream, CloudSigma et al = In-N-Out Burger, Culvers, Five Guys et al: These cloud providers, like their analogous restaurant chains, are damn good at what they do and their patrons are loyal. They’re typically designed for maximum performance, maybe security, too, and will play around with new infrastructural or programming components in order to maintain their edge. Read More ›

The Internet is coming to your car, watch, and dishwater, but can our systems handle it?

April 26th, 2013

Another company that has come up with ways to make servers much more energy efficient isJoyent. It's Chief Technology Officer, Jason Hoffman, thinks server demands are going to get so high on our digital systems -- given all the computer chips going into computers, tablets, cars, household appliances and more -- that some grand new leap in innovation is going to have to take place. Read More ›

Opscode cooks up deals to serve Chef automation from IBM, Joyent clouds

April 25th, 2013

Jason Hoffman, CTO at Joyent, tells El Reg that Chef was a key component of the Hadoop service that the company spun up on its cloud with the help of Hortonworks back in late January, and it is natural to extend formal support of Chef Server to all infrastructure services on the Joyent Cloud. Read More ›

Opscode gains momentum with IBM, Microsoft deals

April 25th, 2013

Opscode, the name behind the Chef tools that many developers use to automate the configuration and deployment of IT, has got more than a toehold in the cloud landscape. Earlier this week Joyent, another cloud provider, said it was integrating Chef into the Joyent cloud. Read More ›