Right now, the $760 billion cloud computing industry survives on the basis of one very simple pitch: When your own computing devices are inadequate to meet your needs, you should simply order more storage and speed a-la-carte from major tech companies. The whole system is balanced on the idea that this pitch is sound. But … Continue reading Subutai Unlocks the World’s Computing Power
By Subutai Community Manager Felipe Fonseca and Subutai’s GitLab Blueprint creator Marco Silva Say hello to the GitLab Blueprint So, you are concerned about the future of your Git repositories, following the huge movements the market has seen this week. You might have heard of another open source alternative, the GitLab community edition. But you … Continue reading Deploying GitLab through Subutai: the quick & easy way
The problem, and it is big, is that traditional cloud computing is centralized, and controlled by a small group of powerful corporations. Cloud computing should service all high-level computing users effectively and efficiently. Although it may appear that way on the surface, cloud computing is becoming increasingly complex and cost-prohibitive, even for the pros. The … Continue reading There is a systemic problem with Cloud Computing. Subutai has the solution.
We’re proud to announce the latest 7.0 major version release of the Subutai Platform. We just finished the migration from 6.0 to update all components today, May 10th 2018, on schedule. Please note that 7.0 is not backwards compatible with 6.0. Environments (clouds) running on 6.0 peers will continue to run. Everyone should however … Continue reading The Horde Is Coming: Subutai 7.0
by Erkin Matkaziev and Mike Savochkin Easily manage your Subutai Cloud from your desktop with the Control Center! The Control Center is an operating system tray application that integrates Subutai natively onto your desktop. It provides a single menu to access all of Subutai’s major features. From within the Control Center, you can start … Continue reading Introducing a new way to manage your Subutai™ Peers
Dead on Arrival Even before Bitmain confirmed the availability of their Ethereum ASIC Miners in July, community developers had already started working on modifications to their Ethash algorithms to render the product dead on arrival. Ethereum Developer Opens EIP to Discuss ‘Bricking’ Ethash ASIC Miners The Monero community already reacted with the advent of the Cryptonite … Continue reading Bitmain’s ASIC Miner: Dead on Arrival
By Alex Karasulu, Bahtiiar Kukanov, and Burak Metin Just this past month, March 2018, production began on the first engineering units for the Subutai Blockchain Router’s industrial grade edition with our partner LSI-TEC in São Paulo, Brazil. This coincides with the release of a white paper on a mission critical … Continue reading The Subutai Blockchain Router —realizing our vision