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
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
What is the problem with the CLOUD Act, and how Subutai is the answer … Before the CLOUD Act Before the CLOUD Act the US government could ONLY get its hands on the data US companies kept on servers inside US borders. If a US company hosted data outside, say in the EU, the US … Continue reading Two Perspectives; One Solution = Subutai. OptDyn CTO/Founder Alex Karasulu on the CLOUD Act.
CLOUD – obscuring your privacy Shortly after September 11th of 2001 I traveled to Brazil, as I had done for many years before and have done for many years since then. However on this trip I had a very sad message to give to my Brazilian friends: “I am sorry, but you can not trust … Continue reading Two Perspectives; One Solution = Subutai. OptDyn CEO Jon “maddog” Hall on the CLOUD Act.