Category Archives: Dynomesh
So if you were at all curious about a lack of updates over the last few months, here is the answer: Our new offices. We built them. Ourselves. With hammers. More photos are here.
We’ve just added a shiny new template to our library: Ubuntu+Node.JS, pre-configured with, Node Package Manager, Node 0.6.2, Cloud9IDE, common NoSQL DB’s, and MySQL/PostgresSQL. For fun, we played around with Hummingbird and setup some realtime monitoring: Learn more about the … Continue reading
Load balancing is now live, and also free. Quickly create balance clusters across your virtual machines – Easily spread your instances across hypervisor zones, with optional autoscaling, for both ultimate redundancy and speed: Not much else to say really. Simplicity … Continue reading
One of the surprisingly enjoyable things about things about the sales process for me (as a co-founder), has been walking into tech companies, and running live demo’s. Everyone always loves them. I say surprisingly, because I’m usually a doing person, … Continue reading
We’ve put together a short screencast to show how our cloud responds to a complete hypervisor failure. If you’re not familiar with cloud architecture/what a hypervisor is, here’s quick overview: Cloud platforms are generally clusters of computers, running base operating … Continue reading
We’re pleased to release our first infographic on the environmental benefits of cloud computing. This infographic is licensed under Creative Commons 3.0 Share Alike, which means you are free to use, modify and share this work. In fact, we encourage … Continue reading
As a small startup, one of the many challenges we face is effectively promoting ourselves, without being too annoying or trying to be something we’re not. So, instead of flooding you with Google powered cloud hosting ads, we have decided … Continue reading
Why technology is only part of the picture. Cloud Computing is offered as three different models: Software as a Service (SaaS); Platform as a Service (PaaS); and/or Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). The notion is that through the cloud, everything … Continue reading
Understanding Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud Infrastructures As we have previously discussed, cloud computing technologies permit the sharing of resources in a manner that dramatically simplifies infrastructure planning. To reap the benefits of the Cloud you’ll need to determine which … Continue reading
We’re very happy with the results coming out of the independent cloud monitoring platform CloudHarmony. They show Dynomesh performing strongly against Australian competitors CloudCentral and Ninefold. Our uptime is stable at 100%, with excellent network throughput in the Asia/APAC test. … Continue reading
Their service is outstanding. Dynomesh proves that 'local' and 'reliable' are not mutually exclusive, making a stark change from having dealt with the barely passable and (mostly) worst of Australian providers. Steven Segal and JCVD endorse this comment.
Jose Maturana, SwearWords Pty Ltd
Dozens of Linux and Windows images.