Joyent has been providing Infrastructure as a Service since 2004, before anyone called it cloud computing. Today, Joyent is the only cloud computing company that has built its own complete technology stack, runs a major public cloud on that stack, and makes the technology available for anyone who wants to build a cloud.

Joyent’s Smart Technologies provide application virtualization, which is different from all other major cloud vendors who are focused on hardware virtualization. Joyent’s approach provides applications with better performance and cost effectiveness, due to higher application density and hardware utilization in our Smart Technology stack.

Thousands of business critical applications run on Joyent Smart Technologies, from small businesses to fortune 100 companies. Virtually every technology and language has proven to operate well on Joyent’s technology stack and applications have scaled from zero traffic to billions of page views per month.

Based in San Francisco with offices worldwide, Joyent is privately held and backed by Greycroft Partners and Intel Capital.


News on Joyent

Joyent Partners with Vancouver's NodeFly to Bring Node.js Analytics Services to the Cloud
Joyent Cloud, a high-performance public cloud, and NodeFly, an provider of cloud application and infrastructure monitoring services, have announced a partnership to offer Node.js analytics... more
Joyent Secures $15 Million in Series C Funding
San Francisco's Joyent announced today that it has secured $15 Million in Series C funding to expand international operations and build momentum in the marketplace for the company's core... more
Bootup Labs incubated Layerboom acquired by Joyent
Word on the street is that Vancouver cloud computing startup Layerboom Systems has been acquired by Joyent. Layerboom Systems was co-founded by Trevor Orsztynowicz and Howie Wu and is a Bootup... more
Vancouver's Bootup Labs rooms with Mozilla, Tiny Speck, Joyent
In a new blog post, Bootup Labs Blog has mentioned some of their roommates—and they're definitely worth a mention! First, there is Stewart Butterfield’s Tiny... more

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