This week, the Cloud Foundry Summit is happening in Frankfurt. If you are there, give us a shout. The Iron.io team is there and would love to meet with you. It looks to be a great conference. We at Iron.io have been fortunate to have been a member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation for several…

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By Cloud Foundry Even Neil Degrasse Tyson would be impressed with how quickly and effectively the Cloud Foundry community has evolved into a fully organic ecosystem of ecosystems. This is because forward thinking organizations are putting a stake in the ground that Cloud Foundry will be the foundation for all future software development and deployment.…

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The Cloud Expo was held June 7-9, 2016 in New York City, and Iron.io sent a team to present our vision for the future, collaborate with other attendees and answer questions. Below is a summary of three technical sessions representative of the Containers track at the conference: Scaling Massive Content Stores in the Cloud How to…

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Being Innovative and enabling developers to innovate are driving forces for Iron.io. It’s what we do. Having said that, it’s very nice when we receive outside recognition. When the recognition is part of a well thought out analysis from IDC, it is fantastic. I’m happy to report that, Iron.io was named an IDC Innovator in…

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Here’s some cool news. Iron.io was recently named a “Cool Vendor” in the Cool Vendors in Platform as a Service, 2016[1] report by Gartner. The report puts Iron.io on an extremely short list with just three other vendors in the space: Clusterpoint in London, England; Flybits in Toronto, Canada; and Neoway out of Florianopolis, Brazil.…

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Hundreds of Go enthusiasts gathered at the prestigious Bently Reserve in downtown San Francisco for a day full of talks about data science, scaling, testing, speed, code reuse and refactoring, all in the context of Golang. Below, a write-up of a few selected talks: [wds id=”2″] Built for Snappiness by Blake Mizerany @bmizerany When I…

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Thank you to New Relic for hosting the April 2016 Golang SF meetup, sponsored by Iron.io! Gohan with Nachi Ueno Gohan provides a REST-based API server, database backend, CLI, and WebUI generated from a JSON schema. Gohan can interpret definitions and act as a REST API server. As opposed to Open API, which defines the…

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Intel launched the OpenStack Innovation Center to build new pools of developers who write applications that run on enterprise clouds, and who understand that as they write the code for these clouds, it’s based on best practices of operational experience.       Intel is also working with Mirantis, Rackspace and CoreOS to make OpenStack…

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Recently, SAP TV asked Iron.io CEO and Co-founder Chad Arimura to explain mircoservices in 60 seconds. It was great to have Chad included in SAP’s “Meet the Innovators” series. We’re sharing the video with you here, not only because it is a concise explanation of microservices, but it’s clear from hearing Chad speak why all of us…

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