Delivering on the Promise of Multicloud Lambda-like Functionality

In February, we launch a beta called Project Kratos. It promised to bring Lambda-like functionality to any cloud – public, private, hybrid or on-premises. As we quickly approach Q4, February seems like a long time ago, but so much has happened since then. Over the past seven months, serverless computing has gained momentum as more…

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Cloud Foundry and Iron.io Deliver Serverless

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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Why Iron.io Joined the Cloud Foundry Foundation

As of today, Iron.io formally joined the Cloud Foundry Foundation, the community behind the rapidly growing open source Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). With this exciting news, I wanted to take a quick moment to reflect on what brought us here, and where we see ourselves moving towards.

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Iron.io Adds Derek Collison as an Advisor – Former SVP/Chief Architect at Tibco, Architect of Cloud Foundry

We’re happy to announce that we recently added Derek Collison to the Iron.io advisory board. Derek is Founder/CEO of Apcera and an industry veteran and pioneer in large-scale distributed systems and enterprise computing.  He has held executive positions at Google, VMware, and TIBCO Software and so is a great resource for technical and business insight. Derek Collison…

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Iron.io Launches on Pivotal Cloud Foundry Platform

Iron.io is proud to announce that IronMQ and IronWorker are now available as add-on services on Pivotal’s web-based Platform-as-a-Service (PAAS) which is available at http://run.pivotal.io and runs the open source Cloud Foundry platform. Run.pivotal provides app developers with a powerful option to rapidly deploy and scale new applications. The recent launch of Pivotal CF – a…

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More Go Use in Production (Pivotal CF)

Travis Reeder, Iron.io co-founder and CTO, was at DevBeat 2013 on Tuesday talking about Iron.io’s use of Go language for our API services and backend functionality. (We use Ruby and other languages for workers and our app framework but Go has a special place here for things that need to run fast and handle high…

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