We would like to share the details of what happened during the July 27 Manta service outage, including what we have learned and what actions we are taking to prevent this from happening again.
The Triton Elastic Container Infrastructure (formerly SmartDataCenter or SDC7) that powers Joyent's public cloud is open source and available for anybody to install to power private clouds, allowing users to enjoy the same platform everywhere.
DevOps expert Casey Bisson demonstrates the process of scaling a Docker deployment from a laptop to the cloud.
The older I get, the more engineering values matter to me — and the more I seek out shared values in those with whom I endeavor to build things.
DevOps expert Casey Bisson presents the advantages of running your apps on container-native infrastructure, instead of in VMs.
There are a few quick and easy ways to setup outbound email from your infrastructure container running SmartOS.
In this talk, Bryan Cantrill, CTO of Joyent, describes the debugging techniques Joyent has employed across a multitude of customers.
The rise of containers is changing how we develop, package, distribute and manage applications.
Containers are at the heart of Joyent's cloud offerings, and they're the fundamental technology that allows our users to run their workloads securely on bare metal.
This week marks my first full year as CEO of Joyent. As at any company, the job description is multifaceted.
Couchbase, Docker, and Joyent's Elastic Container Service make deploying and scaling Couchbase clusters fast and easy.
Infrastructure containers running in Joyent's Triton Elastic Container Service or in private data centers powered by Triton Elastic Container Infrastructure offer an alternative that delivers the bare metal performance and elasticity demanded by sophisticated Couchbase ops teams.
Containerization, spurred on by Docker’s rise, is swiftly establishing itself as the future of computing.
If my application is monolithic and runs on one large server, what are the steps to containerize my app?
As we open a new chapter with the Foundation, we also close a remarkable chapter in Node.js, as TJ Fontaine will be stepping back from his post as Node.js Project Lead.