Node.js & Docker Innovator Program

Many developers are realizing the natural affinity between Docker and Node.js when building containerized IoT, mobile and web applications at enterprise scale.

Innovative enterprises from ADP to Uber are using Docker and Node.js to redefine application development, increase velocity, push the limits on scalability, and simplify event-based application design.

Applications are now closed. We're excited to work with our 2017 innovators. Read on to learn more about the program.

Joyent offers a 100% container-based cloud environment optimized for designing, deploying and debugging applications built in Node.js and Docker. We run Node.js and Docker ourselves at large scale and believe the Joyent Cloud is the best place to run Dockerized Node.js applications.

That's why we're putting our money where our mouth is and launching the Node.js & Docker Innovator Program. Members of the year-long program will get direct access to the Joyent engineering team for microservices application architecture and operations best practices and production time debugging assistance. This will include:

  • Up to $25,000 in Joyent Cloud hosting credits*
  • Custom half-day kickoff & training session with Joyent Node.js & Docker experts
  • Co-marketing opportunities for your Node.js & Docker application
  • Eligibility for Joyent’s Innovator of the Year Award
  • Networking & idea sharing with fellow program members

Take advantage of the opportunity to launch your Dockerized Node.js application under the wing of expert engineers of this dynamic runtime language.

Requirements:

  • Applications must leverage both Node.js and Docker
  • Must be a project designed for eventual production use (not internal dev/test)
  • Should be designed to be scalable for enterprise use

Have more questions? Contact our customer success team to discuss the benefits and details of Joyent’s Node.js & Docker Innovator Program.

* The Container Innovator Program is a credit to Joyent services and use of credits
are subject to Joyent's Terms of Use.