Jason Hoffman, the former Joyent CTO who’s now spearheading Ericsson’s cloud computing show talks about what he and Apcera are up to. In addition, the Oracle succession saga, Talko talks, and what’s up with Watson.
Apcera attacks a huge problem — promising to give big companies a means to develop, deploy and manage workloads with compliance and policy baked in. Now it has new funding to back that play.
Red Hat and CentOS, once at odds, say they are joining forces for the betterment of enterprise Linux and its ecosystem.
Jason Hoffman, Joyent co-founder and former CTO, and current VP at Ericsson, shares his thoughts on all things cloud — from why Amazon Web Services is king in IaaS to why data prices for connected cars had better be reasonable.
Jason Hoffman knows a good deal about the cloud computing landscape, so what he has to say here bears noting.
In the wake of CenturyLink’s buyout of Tier 3 and IBM’s SoftLayer buy — inquiring minds want to know what the future holds for Joyent.
The co-founder and former CTO of Joyent will direct digital strategy at the mobile broadband networking giant.
Ten years after co-founding Joyent, Jason Hoffman says there are plenty of new opportunities in cloud infrastructure.
Hoffman, a doctor who co-founded the company to help with cancer research, is leaving after ten years.
The convergence of data and compute is so important that every profit pool will be up for grabs over next 30 years, says Joyent CTO Jason Hoffman.