Joyent provides public and private cloud software solutions for web and mobile applications. The Company offers Joyent Triton Elastic Container Service for mobile, social, media and entertainment, and e-commerce companies; Joyent Triton Elastic Container Infrastructure, a private cloud management platform that delivers container-based IaaS in data centers; Joyent Manta Storage Service, a distributed object storage service with integrated compute; and Triton Private Regions, a cloud Infrastructure as a Service that combines public and private clouds to deliver increased control and cost savings. It also provides support services for Node.js to assist enterprises through adoption and operation of application framework and API.

Parent Company
Samsung Electronics
San Francisco, US
Joyent was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management at Joyent

Scott Hammond

Scott Hammond

Bryan Cantrill

Bryan Cantrill

Bill Fine

Bill Fine

VP, Product and Marketing

Joyent Office Locations

Joyent has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
1600 655 Montgomery St
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Joyent Financials and Metrics

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In total, Joyent had raised $131 m. Joyent is a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics
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Joyent News and Updates

Bare Metal Cloud - Market by Top Manufacturers with Production-Century Link, Dell, IBM, Internap, Rackspace, Joyent Co, Packet Host, Scaleway, Spotinst, Oracle and among others.

The Insight Partners has announced the addition of the “Bare Metal Cloud Market to 2025 – Global Analysis and Forecasts by Service Type (Professional Service, Storage & Database Services, Compute Services, Networking Services and Others); by Enterprise Size (Small & Medium Enterprise and Lar…

Joyent, LunchBadger partnership targets serverless multi-cloud market

Serverless multi-cloud market growth compels Joyent and LunchBadger partnership Joyent, a software and services company, and LunchBadger, a serverless microservices platform, recently announced they are teaming up to support multi-cloud serverless applications. Joyent is a subsidiary of Samsung, whi…
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