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  • February 11, 2015

    Node Summit: Industrial-Grade Node.js Node Summit: Industrial-Grade Node.js

    Node.js is being increasingly used in business-critical production environments – perhaps more so than any other dynamically interpreted language.

  • February 11, 2015

    Node Summit: v0.12 and Beyond Node Summit: v0.12 and Beyond

    TJ Fontaine and Reid Burke discuss the recent release of v0.12 and what the roadmap holds for the future of Node.js.

  • February 10, 2015

    Introducing the Node.js Foundation by Scott Hammond

    This morning we — along with several prominent members of the Node.js community — announced our intent to form the Node.js Foundation.

  • February 10, 2015

    Node Summit: Architecting Production Node Summit: Architecting Production

    Hear these technical leaders discuss how they architect applications that meet business requirements, organizational structures, and deployment strategies to maximize the benefits of Node.js in their business.

  • February 10, 2015

    Node Summit: Node at MasterCard Today Node Summit: Node at MasterCard Today

    Learn how MasterCard is adopting Node.js as a key component of their technical strategy for efficient and rapid development.

  • February 10, 2015

    Node Summit: Node.js and Containers: Dispatches from the Frontier Node Summit: Node.js and Containers: Dispatches from the Frontier

    In this talk, we will describe our experiences using Node.js containers to build distributed systems.

  • February 10, 2015

    Node Summit: Security – from Server to Ecosystem Node Summit: Security – from Server to Ecosystem

    This panel will examine security related challenges including: bringing open source technologies into Enterprise environments, working with JavaScript on the server at its lowest levels, and managing a rapidly expanding community of modules.

  • February 10, 2015

    Node Summit: The Future of Node.js Node Summit: The Future of Node.js

    A Node Summit highlight: watch inaugural members of the Node.js Foundation discuss the future of the runtime and lessons learned from other successful open source projects.

  • February 5, 2015

    SmartDataCenter and the Merits of Being Opinionated by Bryan Cantrill

    The difference between SmartDataCenter and OpenStack mirrors the difference between the expectations for OpenStack and the reality that Randy outlines: where OpenStack is accommodating of many different visions for the cloud, SmartDataCenter is deliberately opinionated.

  • February 4, 2015

    Docker and the Future of Containers in Production Docker and the Future of Containers in Production

    A brief history of computing, the rise of containers, and a demo of Joyent's soon to be released functionality leveraging Docker + SmartOS + LX-branded zones + SmartDataCenter.

  • January 6, 2015

    Predicteria 2015 by Bryan Cantrill

    Fifteen years ago, I initiated a time-honored tradition among my colleagues in kernel development at Sun: shortly after the first of every year, we would get together at our favorite local restaurant to form predictions for the coming year.

  • January 2, 2015

    2014 in Review: Docker Rising by Bryan Cantrill

    While Docker has existed since 2013, 2014 was indisputably the year in which it transcended from an interesting project to a transformative technology—a shift which had profound ramifications for us at Joyent.

  • December 3, 2014

    Making Joyent the Best Place to Run Docker by Bill Fine

    Given what I’ve seen the Joyent product and engineering team produce over the past several months (and years), I am confident that we are well on our way to truly becoming the best place to run Docker.

  • December 2, 2014

    Docker’s Killer Feature by Bryan Cantrill

    When we at Joyent first took apart Docker, the robust API came as a pleasant surprise.

  • November 7, 2014

    How Joyent and Docker are Working Together by Bryan Cantrill

    You may have seen that we recently open sourced SmartDataCenter and Manta. Because Joyent pioneered the use of infrastructure containers, you would be forgiven for asking the question: does this mean that SDC somehow competes with Docker?