The OS was built for cloud-based computing like AWS and GCP utilizing a unikernel approach which takes up minimal resources and space, all while improving application speed and computer security. NanoVMs offers software solutions, subscription services, and technical support from industry experts.
Hackers broke in and infected more than 33,000 customers.
Colonial, controlling nearly half of the gas and jet fuel on the east coast shut down after a cyber attack and ended up paying $5M in ransomware.
A simple logging utility that is embedded in over 95% of java applications might take years to fully fix.
British teenager hacked Nvidia, Samsung, Microsoft, and Okta and bragged about it publicly. Attack may have affected hundreds of Oktas customers that use it for centralized authentication.
Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie created Unix in the late 1960s and early 1970s on machines like the PDP-7 and PDP-11. They cost half a million dollars and took up an entire wall so the operating system needed the ability to run many programs by many users.
Linus Torvalds releases a 'free' Unix clone called Linux in 1991 which work on machines like the 286 and 386.
Diane Greene and her husband found VMWare and bring commercialized virtualization to the market. Now machines can hold many virtual machines.
In 2005 Amazon releases Amazon Web Services which is now called the "cloud" with an API for virtualization. Most tech companies now deploy software to the cloud but are still using a system designed from 50 years ago.
Nanos is fast. How fast you ask?
Our latest benchmarks show that Nanos serves static content almost twice as fast as Linux. ... and we are just getting started.
Tested with Go (net/http) on Google Compute Engine (1 vCPU). Learn More
Some people think that Unikernels are just "containers 2.0" but the reality is that they are incredibly different technologies.
Ian is the founder and CEO of NanoVMs and a frequent speaker on the subject of unikernels. He holds 4 issued patents on unikernels and 2 more filed. Ian has won 3 grants on the topic of unikernels.
Will is an outstanding principal kernel engineer. Will holds one patent on unikernels. He has attended Stanford, and worked at companies such as Cisco. Will was responsible for spearheading the effort to reverse engineer AWS instances and adding support to run Nanos on the AARCH64 platform.
Justin attended the University of Georgia and has worked at companies like Coraid. Justin has extensive hypervisor, networking and SMP related work.
Francesco is a highly talented kernel engineer that is capable of breaking down extremely technical problems and swiftly coding up solutions. Francesco was responsible for initial Firecracker integration and more.
The key audiences we’re targeting are developers and devops professionals. The DevOps market is expected to be worth $15 billion by 2026, with a compound annual growth rate of 19.1%. This is a significant increase from the DevOps market worth in 2018, which was $3,708.1 million.
Meanwhile, the market for cybersecurity is already an existing $60 billion market. By 2025, the market is projected to grow to nearly $110.99 billion, and then to $182.32 billion by 2030.
NanoVMs uses unikernels, which are designed to run a single-program as an OS. Unikernels are single process machine images. Unlike the Windows or Linux OS, unikernels prevent multiple programs from running, which in turn prevents attackers from running their own software on your server.Invest now
We're all familiar with the threats of computer breaches and website crashes. But in recent months another, perhaps even more troubling, reason to keep a close eye on your company computer system and website has appeared: cryptojacking.Read more ->
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We’ve all probably heard of containers and virtual machines by now. Virtualization enabled IT to break down a single server into multiple machines. Containers allowed you take that concept and make it even smaller. DeferPanic wants to take another step with a technology called Unikernels. Today, the company announced its $1.5 million seed round.Read more ->
NanoVMs, the industry leader in unikernel technology development and deployment, announces the first unikernel tool for developers that loads any Linux application as a unikernel. The tool, called "Ops " is simple to use, requires no complex coding or configuration and only requires a simple command to execute.Read more ->
and learn more about how NanoVMs is bringing unikernels to market.