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September 15, 2011 - by bryanbogensberger
Over the past year, we at Joyent have been weaving some threads that may have at times seemed disconnected: last fall, we developed a prototype of DTrace-based cloud instrumentation as part of hosting the first Node Knockout competition; in the spring, we launched our no.de service with full-fledged real-time cloud analytics; and several weeks ago, we announced the public availability ofSmartOS, the first operating system to combine ZFS, DTrace, OS-based virtualization and hardware virtualization in the same operating system kernel. These activities may have seemed disjoint, but there was in fact a unifying theme: our expansion at Joyent from a public cloud operator to a software company — from a company that operates cloud software to one that also makes software for cloud operators.