November 8, 2017Get started with Terraform and a simple application by Alexandra White
Learn how to use Terraform to deploy a small application on Triton Compute Service.
November 2, 2017Create custom infrastructure images with Packer by Alexandra White
In this post, you'll learn how easy it is to create custom images with Packer. Packer makes it simple to automate the creation of any type of machine image. We'll go step-by-step through how to create a configuration file, build the image, and deploy the container on Triton.
October 31, 2017Free Trial - Managed ScyllaDB (Beta) on Triton by Samsung SDS, Joyent
Samsung SDS (an IT services and solutions leader) and Joyent (the leader in next generation cloud computing) are excited to announce a 30-day free trial of Managed Service for ScyllaDB (Beta), a high performance NoSQL database on Triton, Joyent’s hybrid cloud.
October 31, 2017A Node.js 9.0.0 Release Summary by Colin J. Ihrig
This post describes the Node.js 9.0.0 release. It breaks down what to expect from the release, what is included in the release, and who should use this release line.
October 31, 2017Upgrading Node.js to Version 8 by Wyatt Lyon Preul
Read our step-by-step tutorial for how to upgrade Node.js versions 4 or 6 to version 8. This includes an overview of what's new in version 8, how to assess 3rd party module support, and suggestions for application updates.
September 18, 2017Updates to our Triton Terraform Provider by Justin Reagor
Joyent is making changes to Terraform faster than ever with the release of Terraform v0.10. Check out what we've been adding to our Triton Terraform Provider and get started building, changing, and versioning your infrastructure as code.
September 13, 2017Create instances with Windows HVM by Alexandra White
Learn how quick and easy it is to connect remotely to a Windows HVM. Work in a guest OS from any operating system.
September 8, 2017Joyent + Care.com/HomePay Fireside Chat: Indispensable, Disposable Jenkins by Joyent
Tune into this fireside chat with Mandy Hubbard, Software Engineer for Care.com/HomePay, and Casey Bisson, Director of Product Management for Joyent as they discuss Care.com/HomePay's use of Joyent's ContainerPilot in production to achieve software-defined Jenkins.
August 15, 2017Indispensable, Disposable Jenkins by Mandy Hubbard, Software Engineer, Care.com HomePay
What if you could have a Jenkins environment that is completely disposable? Using Docker and Joyent’s ContainerPilot, the team at Care.com HomePay has created a production Jenkins environment that is completely software-defined. Everything required to set up a new Jenkins environment is stored in source control, versioned, and released just like any other software
July 25, 2017Joyent + Edgemesh Fireside Chat: Cache Me If You Can by Joyent
Edgemesh CEO, Jake Loveless and Joyent CTO, Bryan Cantrill join together for a fireside chat to discuss distributed caching at scale, Docker, Node.js, Mystery Science Theater 3000, and more!
June 23, 2017Rolling deploys with Docker Compose by Alexandra White
Rolling deploys on Triton Elastic Docker Host are easy using Docker containers and Docker Compse. Watch this video to learn how to deploy, scale, and update dockerized applications on Triton with zero downtime.
June 16, 2017What's new in ContainerPilot 3.0 by Tim Gross
This week we released ContainerPilot v3. Let's take a look at what's changed.
June 1, 2017Elijah Zupancic, people expert and problem solver by Alexandra White
Learn more about the people who make Joyent joyful. Elijah Zupancic, solutions engineer, is helping bridge tech with sales to solve our customers' problems.
May 11, 2017Easily scale application with Docker Compose on Triton by Alexandra White
Docker Compose is the easiest way to get started with dockerized, multi-container applications on Triton's Elastic Docker Host. The Triton Elastic Docker Host automatically runs your containers across the data center for the best performance. Docker Compose makes it easy to start and scale your multi-container applications across the data center.
May 9, 2017Case Study: Wearable Tech powered by Docker and Triton by Luc Juggery, Co-Founder, TRAXxs
High-quality IoT apps can be challenging to build and scale with traditional monolithic services architectures. The backends serving millions of device end points are often plagued by server-side concurrency bottlenecks generated by synchronous server threads. Microservices built with Node.js are being used to solve this design problem, primarily due to its asynchronous event-based architecture and high concurrency characteristics.