Guest post by Neil Spink, Subutai Power User I first read about Subutai in the Linux Journal back in 2017. Containerization had been getting a lot of attention, and I wanted to know more about this new platform, which is the first peer-to-peer (P2P) cloud computing platform I had heard of. Every developer I knew … Continue reading Subutai Platform: create your own global private network
From its very inception, the Internet was about decentralization. Most directly, it decentralized nations’ telecom infrastructure, and let people interact through increasingly personalized online platforms. But in a larger sense, the Internet decentralized a huge proportion of modern life, from starting a business, to searching for flights, and even to finding a date. Pre-existing power … Continue reading Cloud Computing Doesn’t Have to Mean Signing Away Your Privacy
SubutaiWarDog is OptDyn CTO and Founder Alex Karasulu. We finally did it! Watching so many ICOs successfully complete on grandiose ideas, vaporware, or merely prototypes we decided to commit and conduct our own token distribution event for Subutai’s KHAN™. With a sum total of over a century in Open Source, as recognized, and trusted leaders … Continue reading Big Changes for Subutai
For those who are unable to watch Open Source educator/evangelist and OptDyn CEO Jon “maddog” Hall’s “The Grand Slam for Latin America” keynote at Latinoware 2017 https://youtu.be/P4GTwfg_1c4 , below is the full transcript:
I apologize that we don’t have any slides for you to see but there isn’t too much to see on the slides anyway so I will paint the picture for you to see in your mind. Sometimes that’s better anyway.
I am Jon “maddog” Hall. I am Chief Executive Officer of a company called OptDyn. I’ve been in the free software space a very long time.
Down there, aiming the camera, is my Chief Technical Officer, Alex Karasulu: “firstname.lastname@example.org”
Beside being Chief Executive Officer for OptDyn, I am also the Board Chairman of the Linux Professional Institute, of which Cesar, who has been entertaining you, is the Director of Operations here in Latin America. I am also the President of Project Cauã, which is a project to help university students make money and start their own company while they are in university.
OptDyn, makers of the Subutai Open Source Peer-to-Peer Cloud Computing platform, invite developers and system administrators at all levels to participate in the Subutai Blueprint Hackathon.
WHAT: The Subutai Blueprint Hackathon is an international event across the globe to develop application blueprints for the P2P Cloud Crowd, the Subutai Horde. Hackathon participants earn GoodWill, the digital asset used to exchange resources, with every Subutai Blueprint they create and share on the Subutai Bazaar.
WHAT IS A BLUEPRINT? Subutai Blueprints specify general instructions for installing, updating and maintaining P2P distributed cloud applications. The Subutai P2P Cloud combines these instructions with load and resource availability information to optimally place infrastructure resources in P2P cloud environments and run distributed applications. P2P orchestration can occur perpetually to adapt to shifting conditions to keep applications running.