An early pioneer of cloud computing and open source, Joyent has evolved to become the open cloud company. An open cloud stands on the foundation of open storage, open compute and open services. Joyent’s Triton Private Regions provide the foundation of an open cloud by delivering centralized, low cost storage with low latency access across multiple clouds. Completely open and portable across public and private clouds, Triton Object Storage frees users from the lock-in of public cloud storage.
Joyent’s Triton Kubernetes provides multi-cloud compute using Kubernetes as the delivery vehicle. Customers can provision and manage Kubernetes clusters on any region on any cloud — both public and private — from a global control plane. It helps them simplify Kubernetes operations globally, distribute workloads across clouds, and optimize compute costs. Joyent’s open cloud approach enables cloud agnostic, serverless applications. Joyent's Open Services blueprints lets engineers build their own services (databases — sql/no sql, event queues, messaging, analytics, even machine learning), which are self operating on Kubernetes.
LunchBadger Serverless Platform provides a cloud agnostic, serverless microservices platform on Kubernetes. The LunchBadger platform enables developers to develop, integrate, deploy, scale, secure and publish microservices and APIs to production rapidly using the same unified platform. The platform consists of an API gateway, composition and integration tooling, and IDE to write functions.
The partnership with LunchBadger accelerates the serverless roadmap of Joyent and provides a cloud agnostic alternative to AWS Lambda, Google Functions, Azure Functions and IBM Openwhisk. Developers can drastically improve productivity by building enterprise ready complex microservices within minutes and deploy to an multi-cloud kubernetes cluster using a visual canvas. This allows full app portability without having to get locked-in into a proprietary compute/container service of a particular cloud. The solution runs the same across public clouds as well as in Private or Hybrid clouds. Both companies share similar visions around the evolution of serverless and Kubernetes becoming the PaaS and IaaS platform tier for next generation cloud native apps.
Below you can see the LunchBadger visual canvas for building and managing the end to end lifecylce of Microservices and APIs. Within a few minutes, you can compose microservices, integrate with a large set of enterprise data stores, setup security and governance policies, write functions, publish external API endpoints, group APIs into product plans, rate-limit, monitor and even expose to developers using a Portal.
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