Our friends from BayLISA came up to San Francisco again the other night. The occasion was the launch of Brendan Gregg's new book, Systems Performance: Enterprise and the Cloud, and we had the first copies hot off the press to raffle off to three lucky attendees.
A Content Delivery Cloud (CDC) is a fast and efficient content delivery platform for end-users. However, unlike a CDN which leverages a global network of servers to deliver content for all CDN customers, the CDC utilizes public or private Joyent infrastructure and the Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager software to provide the points of presence that offer a private ‘CDN-like’ experience for the delivery of a customer’s content.
At Cloud Beat's fireside chat, Konstantin Gredeskoul, CTO of Wanelo and Bryan Cantrill, Joyent's SVP of Engineering discuss Wanelo's use of Joyent Manta.
In Part 1 of this webinar series Joyent's lead Manta architect, Mark Cavage, provides an introduction to, and explores the motivations for building Manta. Mark also provides insight into its underlying architectural features and reveals top use cases.
Joyent Manta Storage Service is a radically elegant solution for big data and object storage problems.
What's Manta? It's Joyent's latest service offering that combines a distributed object storage service with a massively parallel compute engine, right on the object server. The upshot is extremely low latency access to your objects, and with a familiar Unix pipeline as the interface. That means you can process terabytes of logs, video, images, or text without fuss.
A unique journey into the world of life sciences.
Isaac Schlueter discusses stream3.
Your video game trash-talking will never be be the same.
A state of the union for systems performance.
Joyent's Bill Pijewski explores the features of ZFS.
Watch Brendan's talk to find out how to be methodological when answering your production system questions.
Here's how our engineers brought you DTrace in non-global zones.
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