Part 2, On Joyent and Cloud Computing “Primitives”

In the first part of this series I made a key list of some of the underlying ideas at Joyent, that we believe that a company or even a small development team should be able to: Participate in a multi-tenant service Have your own instantiations of this service Install (and “buy”) the software to run Continue reading Part 2, On Joyent and Cloud Computing “Primitives”

On Joyent and “Cloud Computing”, Part 1 of Many

With this post, I’m starting a series where we’re going to be much more explicit about what we’re thinking, what we’re doing, how we’re doing it and where we’re going. I’m not interested in any of it being thought of as impersonal “marketing material”, so I hope you’ll allow the occasional use of “I” and Continue reading On Joyent and “Cloud Computing”, Part 1 of Many