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Message Bus Partners with Joyent to Power Customer Success

January 09, 2013

Message Bus, a provider of cloud-native application service, and Joyent, a cloud infrastructure company, are collaborating to make sure that the Message Bus Global Delivery Network is capable of working under a flexible, low-latency and highly scalable cloud.

Jason Hoffman (News - Alert), founder and CTO at Joyent commented, “Enterprises generate billions of messages per month and enterprise messaging represents a huge market that demands fast, reliable and high-capacity solutions. Our cloud infrastructure is built from the ground up to meet these requirements, which include dynamic bursting, the ability to infinitely scale and an elastic environment. Using these tools, Message Bus has created a messaging infrastructure that drastically improves inbox deliverability.”

The Message Bus Global Delivery Network is said to be a scalable, dynamic, self-correcting intelligent system that implements system-wide best practices programmatically, as more data is better than less.

It makes use of an unique technology that analyzes messages across channels and IPs that have been optimized for maximum throughput, signed with e-mail authentication protocols and is constantly monitored to protect one’s brand.

By leveraging Joyent cloud services, Message Bus was able to run its code at four times faster than on any other provider. Message Bus was not restricted to a dedicated set of hardware, but was allowed to work over an elastic environment and shift workloads to meet capacity.

With Joyent cloud services, one can: avoid over-provisioning and save costs; get more for less; access a better file system than traditional cloud services; realize advanced security with double-hulled containers; debug faster with the transparency of stack; enjoy greater flexibility and control; easily port or establish a Joyent Private Cloud for their internal applications and testing; and more.

Message Bus’ and Joyent’s partnership is poised to become an important milestone in the messaging and infrastructure world. 

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Edited by Braden Becker

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